Created: Friday, June 15, 2018
Job Search Action Plan
An action plan helps you reach a goal by planning how you'll get there. Your action plan begins with an objective. What is it you want to accomplish?
Created: Friday, June 8, 2018
My Job Search Plan
You may be involved in finding a job many times in your life. This worksheet lists important steps that can make your job search effective and successful. This worksheet also provides some tools that you can use on any job search to plan your search and stay motivated amid the process
Created: Friday, June 1, 2018
Senior Year - College Planning Checklist
By senior year, you may feel ready to “take it easy” - commonly referred to as “senioritis.” Senioritis means slacking off in school because you think you grades are no longer important. Contrary to popular belief, college admissions personnel do care about senior year grades; offers of admission can be and are withdrawn when students don’t perform as expected.
Created: Friday, May 25, 2018
Securing Financial Aid Awards
You assessed your finances and looked at your expected debt. Now it's time to secure financial aid. By the end of this activity, you should have some financial aid award possibilities to check out.
Created: Friday, May 18, 2018
My Financial Plan
You assessed your finances and looked at your expected debt. Now it's time to make a financial plan. By the end of this activity, you should have a clear sense of how to achieve your financial goals.
Created: Friday, May 11, 2018
Write a Cover Letter
Your cover letter may be an employer’s first impression of you. While your resume shows the employer your qualifications, the cover letter shows why you are the best fit for the job. It gives you an opportunity to provide specific examples of your strengths, as well. Your cover letters should be brief and show your knowledge of the employer. Follow the steps below to draft a cover letter in the space provided.