Trained graduate students pursuing careers in counseling and higher education administration are available to counsel students in appointments and can also conduct workshops and presentations on career-related topics.
Students trained in resume and cover letter writing, brief practice interviews, Handshake and general career services resources and services. Career Interns are available to meet with students during drop-in hours and can also present workshops and presentations on career-related topics.
Students trained in resume and cover letter writing, brief practice interviews, Handshake and general career services resources and services. Volunteer(s) are available to meet with students during drop-in hours and can also present workshops and presentations on career-related topics.
Employer Relations Programming Assistants
Students trained in helping manage Marquette's on-campus recruiting program including on campus interviews and employer events.
Front Desk Assistants
Students trained primarily to manage the front end of the Career Services Center. Responsibilities include scheduling counseling appointments for students, answering telephones, greeting and directing visitors of Career Services Center along with assisting professional staff on special projects
Eleni (Ellen) Vareldzis
Develop and implement comprehensive marketing and social media plans promoting office events, resources and services by designing innovative and creative promotional materials using design software and social media platforms.
Resumes & Cover Letters
A resume is one of the most important documents in your internship or job search. It is a personal marketing tool that may lead to an interview. Think of your resume as a highlights summary of the skills, experiences and knowledge that you will bring to a specific position or industry. Remember to always include a cover letter when sending a resume to an employer.
Resume Guide & Quick Reference Diagrams
The Business Career Center has put together a comprehensive guide to building your business resume. You may view individual sections of the guide below, or download the entire guide and all quick reference guides to save or print. The guide sections provide detailed descriptions, and the Quick Reference Diagrams provide visual examples. Be sure to also see our page on sample resumes. Please visit the Business Career Center (BCC) if you have questions about resume writing or if you would like to review your resume with BCC staff.
If you would like Business Career Center staff to review your resume, please contact our office to set up an appointment or e-mail your resume as a MS Word document to firstname.lastname@example.org. For e-mailed resumes, we will do our best to provide feedback within three business days.
Cover Letters & Thank You Letters
Posting Your Resume to Handshake
As students and alumni complete a Handshake profile, you will be asked to upload a resume. You may upload additional materials to your Handshake profile including cover letters, transcripts and work samples.
To upload a new document, select the “documents” tab from your profile homepage. Review video instructions. Pay close attention to whether or not you wish to make a document public. If your profile is public, employers will be able to view documents that you also label as public. Consider making your primary resume public and keeping materials uploaded for specific job applications private.