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A résumé is a well-structured, easy-to-read presentation of your own education, accomplishments, experiences, and skills. Our Résumé Guide offers advice on what to put in each section, in addition to some sample formats. If you are a first or second-year student (or have little or no work experience), our First-Year Résumé Guide may be a good place to start.
The cover letter complements the résumé, providing further insight into how your education, skills, and experience mirror the requirements of the position to which you are applying. Our Letter Writing Guide reviews content, how to sell yourself for the position, and tips on creating a successful cover letter.
The dreaded interview. Not anymore! Our Interviewing Guide covers all of the basics, including how to research the company, questions to expect, questions to ask, what to wear, and what to expect in different interview formats.
Do you know the full potential of networking? Prepare yourself for informational interviews and connecting via the KCN and LinkedIn with Kenyon Alumni, Parents, and Friends of the College.
Social Media and Your Job Search
You can leverage social media to your advantage in the job search. Learn about the types of social media tools at your disposal to land the job/career of your dreams here.
We have collected a variety of specialized diversity resources for individuals of color, the LGBTQ community, women, persons with disabilities, and veterans.
Many candidates have questions about what to expect in terms of salaries and compensation as well as questions about where they will live when they take a new job or internship.