Jump to navigation. A cover letter is a professional communication that should accompany your resume when you apply for a job or internship. A cover letter is the first piece of information a potential employer sees about you. If effective, it should pique an employer's interest and encourage them to move on to your resume with stronger conviction.
Jump to navigation. From providing opportunities for self-reflection and exploration to supporting you through the job search process, the Career Center is here to help UVM students and alums be more curious, confident, and courageous in their careers. April 21 from 12 to 3pm Registration and more information. Mondays: 1 to 2pm Wednesdays: 5 to 6pm Thursdays: 1 to 2pm How to join drop-ins. Join one or more of our dynamic networks of students, faculty, staff, employers, and alums to get direct access to curated resources, events, opportunities, and support.
Your Cover Letter is one of the most important pieces when you are applying for a job. It introduces yourself to the employer and acts as your first impression. Be sure it's a good one! Join Career Services on Wednesdays from 11 to 1 during the Fall and Winter semesters to have your resume or cover letter reviewed. Resume Rescue is a drop-in service for current uCalgary students and alumni.
The Center for Professional Development CPD supports all Dartmouth undergraduates in exploring career interests, identifying strengths and opportunities, applying for jobs and internships, preparing for interviews, and learning about the professional world. We work collaboratively with employers, alumni, faculty, parents, and other colleagues — all of whom help educate students about the ever-changing world of work. We provide a range of services to Dartmouth students, including individual and group career coaching, self-assessment tools, employer events, and other resources that complement personal and academic growth while helping students identify and pursue career goals.