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Julie's Jukes: Advice much appreciated

Julie Newell

Julie Newell

By Julie Newell
Editor in Chief

Due to the many changes that have been happening in my life, including my career goals, I thought it would be a good idea to spruce up my resume.

Ever since I graduated from high school, I had one resume that I just kept adding to throughout the years. Now, since I am close to being done with college, I figured my resume needed a bit of reorganization.

Luckily, LCC has great resources for students, including the Career and Employment Services office.

It was easy to set up an appointment online, where there were both virtual and in-person options.

During my meeting the career adviser gave me a lot of really good advice. We went through, step-by-step, remaking my resume to be more professional while eliminating any unnecessary elements.

Thankfully, my resume didn’t need a ton of work. However the career adviser did help me with creating a cover letter, which I had never done before.

Overall, I had a great experience with the career adviser. I encourage others to take advantage of the free services LCC has to offer.

Not only does the Career and Employment Services staff help with resumes and cover letters, but it also offer interview preparations, job-search advising, class presentations and help finding internships.

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