Be prepared for it to be extremely LOUD from 4PM-6PM. The construction crew will again be knocking down walls next to the library.
Thank you for your patience!
It can sometimes be difficult to know what to write in a cover letter. You want to convey how excited you are about a position and how qualified you are for it, but you don’t want the employer to misinterpret it into thinking you are arrogant. The following article states that with cover letters, it is best to keep them simple and effective. They then go on to list items that should never be used when creating a cover letter: http://career-services.monster.com/yahooarticle/worst-things-to-write-in-cover-letter#WT.mc_n=yta_fpt_article_worst_things_cover_le.
The library is also a great resource to use if you need guidance on writing cover letters. There are numerous books on the topic that are available for checkout!
Having trouble locating a book that you need? If the library does not have what you are looking for, currently enrolled students and staff can request items through interlibrary loan using the databases WISCAT and WORLDCAT. A librarian will also request items from other libraries for you. The process takes at least a week.
Need help cleaning up your resume? The link below will lead you to an article that lays out what information should be included on resumes and what is better off left unsaid. The library also has numerous books on how to successfully create a resume that are available for checkout. Stop on by!