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Sociology Class

 

- Dr. Illig's Class
- Monday, February 18, 2013-2 PM-FH 280C

 

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Resumes:______________________________

 

  • Click here for Resume Do's and Don't
  • Click here for Resume10 Kisses of Death
  • Is this a good or bad objective??
    -“While I am open to any uses of my educational achievements, I am decidedly disposed that the task of the new career-related responsibility be so oriented as to at least partially address or configure and  to ultimately lead to the application of more rarefied and challenging facets of financial management as the major sphere of the responsibility of the stated position.”
  • Click here for bloopers
  • The classic Math Resume
    1. Resume.

  • Click here for a good example - Go over from beginning to end!!!
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  • Click here for  Graduate level resume
    Click
    here for Action Verbs
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Cover Letters:____________________________

 

 

Mock Interviews:__________________________

 

  • Select a job and employer you want to work for and send it to your interviewer
  • Send your interviewer your resume and cover letter but make sure they are perfect before you send them
  • Research the employer and the job
  • Prior to a mock interview, practice answering sample questions
  • Practice wit one of your friends prior to the mock interview
  • Arrive 10 minutes prior to your mock interview
  • Be nice to everyone
  • Dress appropriately
  • When you meet your interviewer shake hands and introduce yourself
  • Be ready for the questions
  • Take the feedback given constructively
  • Click here for evaluation I used

-Click here for examples of interview questions they may ask
-Go to this site for
questions you can ask:
http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/students/Interviews/QuestionsToAsk.html

 

  • Go over your behavioral question/answer from last week.  Click here for 50 behavioral questions
  • Interviewing-click here for pp
  • How to dress for an interview click here
  • Do mock interviews-Divide into four groups-five people per group-four will ask questions and one will be the interviewee.  You will have 10 minutes to setup your group.  Each group will do a group mock interview.
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    here/here/here/here for questions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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