Cover Letter Tips

1. Tweak your tone for every company. Don’t send generic cover letters that can be used for any job application. You want to make sure that the tone of your letter fits the type of firm you’re applying to. Is the company looking for someone with sass or someone more serious? Figure that out on

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Resume Power Words

20 Eye Catching Action Verbs that can make your resume stand out from the rest. Conceptualized Trained Built Introduced Strengthened Directed Persuaded Projected Assessed Forecasted Set Goals Promoted Oversaw improved Adapted Solved Initiated Planned Managed Increased

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Trying to Post A Job?

Things can be confusing when you do something the first time so let me give a few pointers: The first time you post a job, an account is being created for you while you input the posting. Your email address becomes your username and a password will be emailed to you. You might want to

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Graduating Students

SOON the graduating students of 2015 will be walking the stage and entering into a new season of life.  Some will move onto graduate programs but the majority will seek to enter the marketplace and that can be a tough transition.  Ambrose Career Services has planned a few events and sessions to support our graduating student but

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