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Upcoming Career EventsCareer CenterFall 2020VIRTUAL "ON-CAMPUS" RECRUITINGSeptember 9 - November 20TWO-DAY VIRTUAL FALL CAREER FAIRWednesday, September 16 and Thursday, September 179:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. PT each dayVIRTUAL GRADUATE SCHOOLS FAIRThursday, October 2210:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m. PTVIRTUAL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CAREER FAIRThursday, October 84:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. PTSpring 2021ON-CAMPUS RECRUITINGJanuary 20 - April 16CAREER FESTJanuary 25 - 29CAREER FAIRThursday, February 410:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. PTRECENT GRADUATES AND STUDENTS CAREER FAIRThursday, April 2210:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. PTUSC DREAM DOLLARS or-funding/dream-dollarsApplication Deadline: Friday, April 16 at 12:00 p.m. PTFIRST-GENERATION or-funding/firstgenscholarshipApplication Deadline: Friday, April 16 at 12:00 p.m. PTFor a complete list of our events, visit:http://careers.usc.edu/eventsCheck out school-based career services across services20Effective Resumes, Cover Lettersand LinkedIn ProfilesResumes, cover letters and LinkedIn profiles are all highlypersonalized marketing tools used in applying to jobs,internships, scholarships, graduate schools, organizations,student and community groups.Effective application materials involve communicating yourskills, experiences, accomplishments and knowledge toconvince organizations you are a highly skilled and qualifiedcandidate. They reflect how your unique qualificationsspecifically match what the organization is seeking.Resumes, cover letters and LinkedIn profiles should never beconsidered “one-size-fits-all” generic documents;customization is critical.To help you get started, we have provided examples ofresumes, a cover letter, action verbs, a reference sheet anda LinkedIn profile checklist to give you a competitive edge.USC Career Center3601 Trousdale Parkway, Student Union 110Los Angeles, CA 90089-4897(213) 740-9111 careers@usc.edu http://careers.usc.eduWe are open - virtually - and all of our services and resources areavailable to you including advising, job and internship opportunities,programs and workshops.

RESUME FORMATThe following information is your guide to writing a quality resume. The mostacceptable and readily used format for college students is the reversechronological resume, with your most recent experience listed first. How youchoose to construct your resume, in terms of style, is up to you. For example,placing dates on the left or right or whether your contact information shouldbe centered or on the left-hand column is entirely your choice. Alwaysremember that formatting consistency throughout your resume is critical.CONTACT INFORMATION: Put your contact information at the top ofyour resume. It should include your name, phone number, email address andLinkedIn URL, if desired. Your street address is optional.EDUCATION: List your degrees in reverse chronological order with themost recent degree first. You may also include relevant coursework tohighlight specific skills and knowledge. If your GPA is 3.00 or above, list it inthis section.SKILLS: Highlight relevant skill sets (e.g., technology, languages,laboratory, video editing and statistical software).EXPERIENCE: List your most recent experience first. Include internships,volunteer positions and part-time employment. Use action verbs to highlightaccomplishments and skills.LEADERSHIP AND ACTIVITIES: List leadership positions in universityor community organizations. Highlight university and community activities,including community service, athletics (which could be a separate heading) orvolunteer experience.ACADEMIC PROJECTS: If you have specific academic projects thatqualify you for the position, include them in their own section with details onwhat you accomplished through the project.REFERENCES: References are not usually included on your resume unlessan organization specifically requests them. A prepared list of 2-4 referencesshould be printed on a separate sheet of paper that matches your resumeformat. Bring a hard copy (or multiple copies, if needed) of your resume andreferences with you to the interview.OTHER HEADINGS: Choosing to highlight information such as interests(hobbies) and professional associations as separate headings is acceptable ifrelevant to the position. Personal information (e.g., religious and politicalaffiliations) should be omitted unless relevant to the position.ALREADY ON LINKEDIN .Some Quick Tips: Update your status regularly - mention projects, professionalbooks or articles you have read and events you have attended Collect diverse recommendations Showcase samples of work by utilizing different modes ofmedia or documents Make sure your profile contains a detailed and convincing“Summary” section (past, present and future endeavors) Fill “Skills & Experience” with key words that recruiters searchby viewing profiles of people in the jobs you want for ideas Complete all sections and make sure you have uploaded acurrent photo Explore possible career and academic paths with the Alumnitool hern-california) Check out the Student Jobs Portal (students/linkedin.com) Join the USC Career Center LinkedIn group as well as otherinterest groups and -career-center) Message first and second connections for networkingopportunities, not employment Show off your technical accomplishments, especially if theyare related to your field of study or interest Highlight group work or group projects - invite your groupmembers as well Use broad and specific skills (list at least five) for yourconnections to endorse, and endorse your connections inreturn Claim your unique LinkedIn URL219

LINKEDIN PROFILE CHECKLISTRESUME CHECKLISTPHOTO: It does not have to be fancy - just use your cell phone camera infront of a plain background. Wear a nice shirt and do not forget to smile! Makes clear, concise and positive impression in 30 seconds or lessHEADLINE: Tell people what you are excited about now and the cool thingsyou want to do in the future. Does not include personal photo, unless specific for that industrySUMMARY: Describe what motivates you, what you are skilled at and youranticipated career plan. No spelling, grammar or punctuation errorsEXPERIENCE: List the jobs you have held, even if they were part-time, alongwith what you accomplished at each job. Include photos and videos fromyour work, if relevant. Consists of one page (more if writing a curriculum vitae/CV foran academic or research position) Organized, easy to read and has balance between content andwhite space Uses standard fonts such as Times New Roman, Arial, Century,Helvetica or Verdana in sizes 10, 11 or 12; do not use a font sizesmaller than size 10 Highlights skills and accomplishments that match key wordsfound in the job description Quantifies accomplishments, if possible (e.g., amount of raised, # of people served and % of time saved) Does not have spaces between hyphens when writing dates;using hyphens confuses Applicant Tracking Software(e.g., USE August 2019-Present NOT August 2019 - Present) Utilizes accomplishment statementsFORMAT: Action verb stating what you did How you did it ResultCites relevant publications and presentations using thebibliographic style of your fieldORGANIZATIONS: Have you joined any clubs at school or elsewhere? Besure to describe what you did at each organization.EDUCATION: Starting with college, list all your educational experiences,including summer programs.VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE: Even if you were not paid for a job, be sure to listit. Employers often see volunteer experience to be just as valuable as paidwork.SKILLS & EXPERTISE: Add at least five key skills for your connections toendorse you for the things you are best at.HONORS & AWARDS: If you earned a prize in or out of school, do not be shy.Let the world know about it!COURSES: List the classes that show off your relevant skills and interests.PROJECTS: Whether you led a team assignment in school or built an app onyour own, talk about what you did and how you did it.RECOMMENDATIONS: Ask managers, professors or classmates withwhom you have worked closely to write a recommendation. This gives extracredibility to your strengths and skills.Want more tips for students? Check tudents NO GENERIC RESUMES!183

* A typical first-year undergraduate student resume may include high school.informationSample Cover LetterIt is OK to use either header, traditional block or resume , for your cover letter.(traditional block header)THOMAS TROJAN *123 Trousdale Parkway Los Angeles, California 90089(213) 123-4567 thomas.t.trojan@usc.edu ty of Southern CaliforniaBachelor of Arts, EnglishPresidential ScholarLee Foundation ScholarLos Angeles, CAMay 2024Hatboro-Horsham High SchoolValedictorianNational Honor Society, Scholar AthleteHatboro, PAJune 2020WORK EXPERIENCEPixarProduction Assistant Viewed footage and gave creative feedback to 15 development executives Provided administrative support to marketing and publicity departmentsEmeryville, CASummer 2020Williams, PAOld NavyMarch 2018-May 2020Cashier Provided customer service in high-volume retail store, helping over 100 customers Reported end-of-day sales and reconciled receipts totaling 2,000 dailyCOMMUNITY SERVICEUSC Joint Educational Project Develop curriculum teaching third graders about global warming Manage classroom environment of 35 studentsLos Angeles, CAAugust 2020-PresentHabitat for Humanity Assisted hurricane victims, constructing 10 interim housing unitsHatboro, PAMay 2019-April 2020ATHLETICSHatboro-Horsham High School Men’s Wrestling TeamCaptain (2014-2015) Provided leadership to 19-person team, placing second in division senior year Scheduled community fundraiser and soccer workshops for K-8 students Led team to regional playoffs Practiced 15 hours per week and competed four times per monthACTIVITIESHatboro-Horsham High SchoolYearbook Staff Wrote copy for 18 student organization pagesSophomore Class Treasurer Supervised 3,500 budget Co-coordinated fundraisers raising 5,300 for local homeless shelter4Hatboro, PA2016-2020Hatboro, PA2017-20202017-2018(use the heading from your resume)Tiffany Traveler813 Johnson DriveLos Angeles, CA 90089Tiffany Traveler813 Johnson Drive Los Angeles, CA 90089 (213) 123-4567 ttravel@usc.eduMarch 3, 20XXEmily AnnenbergMarketing CoordinatorFocus Marketing, LLC1391 Tweet StreetLos Angeles, Ca 90089Emily AnnenbergMarketing CoordinatorFocus Marketing, LLC1391 Tweet StreetLos Angeles, CA 90089March 3, 20XXDear Ms. Annenberg:Dear Ms. Annenberg: (or use full name if pronoun is uncertain)It was great meeting you during the University of Southern California (USC)marketing panel on February 13. I am very interested in Focus Marketing’sinternship position advertised through the USC connectSC portal. I am a juniorat USC majoring in Psychology and very excited about this opportunity tocombine my skills in social media and marketing to customize services for FocusMarketing’s clients.As a leader and Marketing Chair of OUTreach, a USC community serviceorganization, I coordinate and write articles for our weekly newsletter andmaintain three social media pages, including Facebook, Twitter, andInstagram. I increased our social media audience by 50% within 12 months bydeveloping strategic partnerships across campus and customizing updates foreach social media account daily. Part of my success is attributed to my passionfor marketing our organization to the USC community. I am confident my highmotivation level and strong social media and marketing skills make me anexcellent match for this internship position.I understand that creativity is a very important asset to successful productlaunches. Recently, I worked closely with four team members to propose anew product line of beverages during a marketing class. I designed a 3Dproduct rendering, a print brochure and a social media ad using Photoshop.As part of the final project, our team presented the product line to a panel ofmarketing professionals. The panel ranked the project first place among eightgroups nationally. Using my creative skills to benefit the Focus Marketing teamwould be a great experience in my future career as a Public Relationsprofessional.I am highly motivated to contribute my creative, social media and marketingskills through the internship. I look forward to discussing my qualificationswith you in the near future. Thank you for your time and consideration.Best regards,Tiffany Traveler17

Sample Job DescriptionIdentify key points in the job description to address in your cover letter.Focus Marketing, LLCFocus Marketing, LLC is a public relations firm committed topersonalizing services to its clients. We are looking forsummer interns who want to gain hands-on experiencewith new product launches. This is an excellentopportunity to gain exposure to the intricacies of the publicrelations industry.Duties include: Monitor industry and client news Build and maintain media lists Draft press releases and pitches Provide event support Write copy for brochures, websites and advertisements Develop social media campaigns and maintain social media pages Create monthly newslettersDesired Skills & Experience:The ideal candidate is highly creative, has excellent writing andorganizational skills, is highly motivated and detail-oriented and hasan understanding of current social media trends (e.g., Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram). Candidates should have the ability tohandle multifaceted projects and have strong follow through. Previousinternships are a bonus but not required.Qualifications:Junior or Senior-level students with a PR, advertising, journalism ormarketing major preferred. Must be comfortable with social media,Photoshop a plus but not required. Word, Outlook and Excel areessential.Please send all materials to:Emily AnnenbergMarketing CoordinatorFocus Marketing, LLC1391 Tweet StreetLos Angeles, CA 90089emily.ann@focusmarketing.comTressa TravelerLos Angeles, CA 90089(213) 555-5555 tressat@usc.eduTressa.BlogSpotEDUCATIONUniversity of Southern CaliforniaAnnenberg School for Communication and JournalismBachelor of Arts, CommunicationLos Angeles, CAMay 2021GPA 3.67HONORSUSC Dean’s ListAlpha Lambda Delta Honor SocietyNational Collegiate Honor SocietyMira Costa High SchoolCalifornia Scholarship Federation, Scholar AthleteWORK EXPERIENCETargetPresentation Team Member Use company guidelines to set new merchandise displays Create signs and labels to drive sales by 10% Ensure shelves are stocked with current productsFall 2017-PresentManhattan Beach, CAJune 2017Manhattan Beach, CAJuly 2017-PresentManhattan Beach, CAManhattan Beach Recreation DepartmentSummers 2014, 2015Camp Counselor Taught volleyball fundamentals and sportsmanship to 20 middle school-aged girls Met with parents to set expectations and review progress Attended weekly training sessions with five camp administratorsATHLETICSUniversity of Southern CaliforniaDivision I Women’s Beach Volleyball Team Back-to-Back NCAA Beach Volleyball Champions, 2017 and 2018 12-time starter on National Championship Team Competed in 24 events over a three-month periodMira Costa High School Captain, Girls Varsity Volleyball Team All-Conference First Team, All-CIF Tournament MVPUSC PROJECT EXPERIENCEContent Analysis of Popular Films: Examining Character Portrayals Coded films for eight hours per week in laboratory and assessedconflicts in coding sheets with three team membersLos Angeles, CA2017- PresentManhattan Beach, CA2015-20172016-2017August-December 2017SKILLSMicrosoft Office, Conversational Spanish, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook165

COVER LETTER FORMATGeorge Tirebiter813 Johnson Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90089 (213) 123-4567 gtirebiter1@gmail.comEDUCATIONUniversity of Southern California, Los Angeles, CAMarshall School of BusinessBachelor of Science, Business AdministrationEmphasis in Marketing and Public RelationsMajor GPA 3.61, Cumulative GPA 3.41December 2021Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, Study AbroadFall 2018California State University, Long Beach, Long Beach, CABusiness Administration coursework, transfer GPA 3.87May 2017WORK EXPERIENCEUniversity of Southern California, Los Angeles, CAAthletic Department, Customer Service AssistantAugust 2017-Present Respond to 100-150 customer inquiries daily Provide administrative support to 20 professionalsSnapchat, Venice, CASummer 2018Alternative Programming Development, Intern Supported three producers during pitching, production and board meetings Researched creative ideas and materials for programmingTown and Gown Mortgage, New York, NYSummer 2017Marketing Department, Administration Assistant Marketed to existing customers, increasing qualified loan applicants by 10% Verified employment and financial data for loan applicantsLEADERSHIPAugust 2017-PresentUSC Sigma Kappa Lambda FraternityPhilanthropy Chair (January 2018 - December 2018) Planned, organized and developed event raising 25,000 for Alzheimer’s ResearchUSC Entrepreneur ClubSeptember 2017-PresentVice President of Membership (January 2019 - December 2019) Increased new member enrollment by over 25% through self-designedmarketing planADDITIONAL INFORMATIONAmerican Marketing Association, Student MemberUSC Spirit LeadersComputer:Languages:Interests:6Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, Peachtree, LexisNexisFluent Spanish, Conversational ItalianCooking, USC Athletics, Marketing, Golf2017-Present2018 -PresentYour resume is your marketing brochure. Your cover letter is a persuasive businessintroduction or “executive summary” to your resume. The purpose of a cover letter is totie your experience directly to the job description. Look at the description and be sure thewords relate directly to those in your cover letter and resume. If the employer is lookingfor teamwork, highlight a team experience in your resume and be sure to include a teamrelated accomplishment in your cover letter.A Cover Letter should be: Concise: A cover letter should be three to four paragraphs. Any longer might losethe interest of the reader. We suggest the following format: Opening paragraph: Four or five sentences maximum. Mention theposition you are applying to/interested in, briefly introduce yourself, andindicate where you learned of the opportunity. Body of letter: Usually one or two paragraphs. Share detailed examples ofyour qualifications for the position’s specific requirements. Many studentschoose to use one paragraph to discuss previous work experiences andanother one to discuss academic experiences or leadership experience,etc. Choose whatever combination communicates your most relevantqualifications most effectively. Closing: Three to four sentences maximum. Summarize your qualifications,restate your enthusiasm for the position and include your preferred contactinformation for the employer to follow up with you. Clear: Articulate your qualifications in words that mirror what the employerprovided in the job description. Do not try to impress with a long list ofaccomplishments. This is the executive summary, not the resume. Convincing: An employer will make a decision on your candidacy based on thecombined letter and resume package. You have to articulate the connection tothe job description and sell your skills. This is a competition. Why should theemployer hire you?Cover Letter Checklist The words and action verbs in your cover letter should be reflective of the jobdescription. Always be professional and use proper grammar. Check for spelling and punctuation errors. Know to whom the resume/cover letter package is going. Do not use “To WhomIt May Concern” or “Dear Sir/Madam.” Address letter to a specific recruiter orhiring manager whenever possible. Use paragraph form, not bullet points. Do not copy and paste content from your resume to your cover letter. Do not be too forward in requesting an interview. Keep to one page (no more than three or four paragraphs). When emailing a recruiter or hiring manager directly, use the body of the email towrite two to three sentences that introduce yourself and mention the position forwhich you are applying. Include your cover letter and resume as attachments. Donot cut and paste your cover letter into the body of the email.15

roducedlaunchedlowered edre-establishedresolvedrestoredselected ainedupgradedBARRY BOVARD425 Thomas StreetLos Angeles, CA 90089(213) 123-4567 CATIONUniversity of Southern California, Los Angeles, CAViterbi School of EngineeringMaster of Science, Computer ScienceEmphasis: Systems ProgrammingCalifornia State University, Fullerton, Fullerton,CABachelor of Science, Electrical EngineeringMinor: Circuit DesignMay 2022May 2020TECHNICAL SKILLSProgramming Languages:C , Java, VB.NET, Flash, FlexBuilder, PHP, MySQLApplications:MS Office, CAD, MS Visual Studio, JMP, DreamweaverOperating Systems:Unix, LinuxWORK EXPERIENCESummer 2019Systems Programming InternFacebook, Los Angeles, CA Evaluated automated information systems and major system applicationsdetermining user feasibility Developed and programmed web-based applications in PHP/MySQL improving webinterfaces and increased traffic by 12% Tested and implemented security software programs, decreasing departmentviruses by 60%August 2016-2018Customer Service Representative/Reserves AssistantHuntington Beach Public Library, Huntington Beach, CA Supported staff projects with a variety of multimedia resources, including Flash Developed user-friendly web interfaces for three reference librarians using FlexBuilderand SQLUSC PROJECT EXPERIENCETitle: Network Management and Security, Los Angeles, CASpring 2020The aim of the project was to develop software capable of capturing the network traffic(packets), buffer all the captured packets and analyze software against a set of rulesdefined by the network administrator. Developed automated test scripts and architectures for application products usingC and FlexBuilder Programmed in VB.NET to develop a dynamic webpage147

ANNA ANNENBERGannaberg@usc.edul 310 987 6543EDUCATIONDecember 2020University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CAGPA 3.79Bachelor of Science, Neuroscience, Pre-Medical TrackTrustee Scholar (full-tuition award based on academic performance and community service)Relevant Coursework: Pharmacology, Physiology, Genetics, Research MethodsRESEARCH AND WORK EXPERIENCEResearch AssistantDecember 2018-PresentNeuroscience Institute, USC Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA Evaluate immunomodulatory nanoparticle treatment for Alzheimer’s Conduct Western blot analysis, immunostaining, confocal microscopy vibrotome andmicrotome Manage genetic and behavioral analysis of transgenic Alzheimer’s model ratsSupplemental Instruction Leader, ChemistryAugust 2018-May 2019USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles, CA Taught two weekly study sessions and led large exam reviews for 68 undergraduates Collaborated with professors to improve methods for teaching key concepts Selected for position based on exemplary performance in chemistry coursesResearch TraineeSchizophrenia Education and Training Program, Denver, CO Conducted EEG and MRI analysis on human subjects to investigate a nicotinicacetylcholine receptor agonist drug on sensory gating in schizophrenia Analyzed data of choline’s effect on ameliorating rat prenatal stress andschizophrenia-like behaviorsVOLUNTEER EXPERIENCELAC USC County Hospital, Los Angeles, CA(Completed 200 hours)Summer 2017Management/Leadershipaccounted izedset ime identifiedimplementedinspectedJune 2018-Present Observe procedures such as mechanical ventilation and spinal taps Manage inventory of materials in the ER to ensure team has proper equipment for procedures Communicate with numerous ER physicians, physician’s assistants and nurses to gain diverseperspectives of medicineMarch 2017Global Medical Brigades, Baja, Mexico Set up medical clinic to serve nearly 1,000 patients over one week Communicated with Spanish-speaking patients documenting vital signs and symptoms Shadowed doctors, nurses and dentists’ patient visitsPUBLICATIONAnnenberg, A. (2019). The Effects of Studying Test Results. Los Angeles: USC Annenberg, A. (2019). Why Students Should Study Neuroscience. Women in ScienceConference. Los Angeles.8more.13

Action VerbsSUSANA DOHENY(213) 246-1357 sjdoheny@alumni.usc.edu sformedAnalytical/Financialaccounted sity of Southern California, Los Angeles, CASchool of Cinematic Arts, Bachelor of Arts, Film and Television ProductionSKILLSSoftware:May 2021Microsoft Office, Avid, Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Illustrator, ProToolsAdobe PreludeSocial Media:Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Google , Snapchat, Tumblr, Viber, WeChat,WhatsApp, YouTubeAdministrative:Rolling Calls, Scheduling, Calendar Management, Organization, WordProcessing, BudgetingWORK EXPERIENCEUSC Davis School of Gerontology, Los Angeles, CAMay 2019-PresentAdministrative Assistant, Business Office Created and managed expense reports of up to 4,000 using Access and Excel Researched and answered questions regarding accounts receivable Proofread and edited department-wide website and calendar daily19 Entertainment, Burbank, CAJune-August 2019Post-Production Intern, So You Think You Can Dance Monitored inventory, labeled and organized rehearsal video to increase managmentefficiency for post-production team Imported and logged footage using AVID and Final Cut ProUSC Trojan Vision Productions, Los Angeles, CASeptember 2017-December 2018Camera Operator Filmed campus events such as commencement, guest speakers and online lecturesusing DSLR camera; edited footage using AVID and Final Cut ProMay-August 2018William Morris Endeavor (WME), Beverly Hills, CACulinary Division Intern Rolled and screened over 100 phone calls daily for 20 division-wide agents Coordinated speaking engagements and travel calendars

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