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JOBTALKS Creating Your Networking Resume or Curriculum Vita Networking Tool Indiana University Kelley School JOBTALKS Creating Your Networking Resume or Curriculum Vita Networking Tool Indiana University Kelley School of Business C. Randall Powell, Ph. D Contents used in this presentation are adapted from Career Planning Strategies and used with the permission of the author.

Creating Your Networking Resume Curriculum Vita Networking Tool Illustrates Competencies/Soft Skills Creating Your Networking Resume Curriculum Vita Networking Tool Illustrates Competencies/Soft Skills

Use: Ä Job Searching Ä Applications Ä Job Fairs Ä Networking Ä Interviews Use: Ä Job Searching Ä Applications Ä Job Fairs Ä Networking Ä Interviews

Resume Length l l Be Detailed, Yet Concise Keep Most Important Content on Top Resume Length l l Be Detailed, Yet Concise Keep Most Important Content on Top Browsers Can Vary Widely! Review Samples

Name and Address Ø Use a larger bold font, do not use ALL CAPS Name and Address Ø Use a larger bold font, do not use ALL CAPS Ø Use a permanent address if you cannot always be reached at your current address Ø Use a phone number where you can always be reached Ø Include e-mail address, but avoid "personal home pages"

Career Objectives ü Summarize career statement into 1 - to 4 -word job title Career Objectives ü Summarize career statement into 1 - to 4 -word job title ü Draw attention to your job interests ü Follow up with a description of your long -term career interests Is the Cover Letter a better location? sometimes best to not put career objective on your resume.

Instructions and Examples Career Planning Strategies and other similar books Instructions and Examples Career Planning Strategies and other similar books

Networking Uses Network Partners Career services Faculty/counselors Past employers Friends Professional Employers Targeting most Networking Uses Network Partners Career services Faculty/counselors Past employers Friends Professional Employers Targeting most effective Balanced statement Goal: Interview Practice finesse Explain Your Goals general statements

General Management Professional Management Trainee. Prefer a medium-size organization that rotates new employees through General Management Professional Management Trainee. Prefer a medium-size organization that rotates new employees through several professional functions and makes final assignments to one area within several months based upon a joint assessment of personal talents and firm needs. Strongest area may be in external communications since best course work is in the humanities and social sciences which develop extensive writing, presentation, and interpersonal communication skills. Very flexible in relocations, especially international tours, which might draw upon multi-lingual talents. Aspire to become a senior manager or partner in a service industry organization. Career Uncertainties • Uncertain goals • Negative implications • Hire motivation • Summarize abilities

Marketing Management Sales Representative. Desire extensive contact with customers and regular exposure to management Marketing Management Sales Representative. Desire extensive contact with customers and regular exposure to management to help build upon talents of facilitating relationships. Prefer on-the-job training that quickly introduces products and services. After training and experience, seek a promotion into first line management that involves recruiting, hiring, training, and motivating subordinates. Prefer experience doing a line management career in some staff assignments, such as advertising, market research, and merchandising. Eventually wish to move into a professional management position. Job Title and Description Title • Boldface/capitalize • 1 - 3 descriptive words Paragraph • 1 - 4 sentences • Highly descriptive

Marketing Management Product Management. After experience in sales force management, desire staff level responsibilities Marketing Management Product Management. After experience in sales force management, desire staff level responsibilities in advertising coordination, pricing, packaging, and market research. Prefer involvement in a consumer or commercial product line with multiple distribution channels for specific well-known brands. Wish to use strong analytical skills, copywriting abilities, and assertive personal characteristics in initial assignments. Interested in advancement to a product manager within ten years with profit and loss responsibilities. Carefully Worded Points • Knowledge of field • Qualifications • Interest • Ambition

Retail Management Retailing. Plan to start in a management development program with an upscale Retail Management Retailing. Plan to start in a management development program with an upscale fashion retailer that rotates associates through the buying, store management, and operational aspects of a hectic and exciting environment. Desire assignments in merchandising, advertising, sales, customer service, and supervision. As a senior executive, desire to buy merchandise on a global basis and manage large multi-employee operations. Interested in using multi-cultural background in positions that build upon technical skills, positive attitudes, and leadership qualities. Reading Between the Lines • Clever word usage • Significant inferences • Phrases and sentences • Mentally expanding • Capabilities and talents • Interests and motivations

Financial Institution Management Commercial Banking. Long term goal is to progress to a senior Financial Institution Management Commercial Banking. Long term goal is to progress to a senior operating officer of a large financial institution. Desire to gain experience in branch banking, installment lending, commercial lending, credit analysis, trust administration, cash services, mortgage lending, customer relations, and internal operations supervision. The competitive commercial lending function draws upon considerable technical skills acquired in course work in finance, accounting, economics, and communications. Possess strengths in customer relations developed by extensive involvement in large extracurricular activities. Seek some experience in global banking as career advances. Revealing the Real Person Show: • Enthusiasm • Competitiveness • Excitement Send signals about: • Skills • Values, Interests • Personal qualities

Accounting Staff Accountant. Desire a position with a large prestigious industrial firm that leads Accounting Staff Accountant. Desire a position with a large prestigious industrial firm that leads controllership candidates through the technical departments like internal auditing, management accounting, financial systems, tax preparation, financial reporting, and information management. With over 30 hours in finance, systems, and accounting course work, expect to employ talent in a progression of positions leading to senior financial management responsibilities. Willing to relocate frequently including international rotational assignments that draw upon multiple language fluencies developed in various academic programs and academic studies. Review Unrelated Objectives • Analyze many descriptions • Review multiple examples • Draw ideas from samples • Focus on goals of others

Financial Management Financial Analyst. Seeking mid-level financial assignment in an international manufacturing firm which Financial Management Financial Analyst. Seeking mid-level financial assignment in an international manufacturing firm which demands a strong course background in accounting, finance, and computer systems supported with nearly two years of related work experience. Course work in advanced accounting, financial structures, financial analysis, budgeting, taxes, and risk assessment serve to prepare for managing a controllership or treasury function. After multiple management positions in finance, marketing, and operations at division and corporate levels at several worldwide locations, seek to move into general management responsibilities. Broad Statements • Natural tendency • Laudable goals • Not unique • Work with people • Your background • Select applicant pool

Public Accounting Profession Staff Accountant. Desire to join a medium to large public accounting Public Accounting Profession Staff Accountant. Desire to join a medium to large public accounting firm in the audit function. After training and several client assignments, would consider working in the tax function. Interested in the continual professional education offered by major firms as practice and knowledge develops with client assignments. Aspire to a partnership responsibility within a 12 - 15 year time frame that would enhance leadership skills and build upon improving external relationships. Molding Jobs with your Background • Strength in firmness • Flexibility and vagueness • Bond: Compromise later • Relationships • Leadership • Ambition

Consulting Services Management Consultant. Drawing upon previous extensive work experience in accounting systems, plan Consulting Services Management Consultant. Drawing upon previous extensive work experience in accounting systems, plan to start in the management service function of a large public accounting or national consulting firm. Desire to use academic courses in accounting, finance, systems in analyzing data, writing proposals, writing analytical reports, and making specific recommendations to client organizations. Eventually wish to be involved in strategic projects involving product positioning, acquisitions, divestitures, and organizational design. Aspire to become a partner within the next decade. Qualifications Confirmed • Competitive resumes • Avoid certain jobs • Stress your competitiveness • Use the right screening words

Management Information Systems Consultant. Wish to begin in computer systems to expand on academic Management Information Systems Consultant. Wish to begin in computer systems to expand on academic training but later hope to merge technical skills with management ambitions. Plan to draw upon a strong background in statistics, computer programming, data structures, and information systems management. Seeking initial work in systems support, MIS consulting, and internal and external client relations which require unique interpersonal skills, presentation abilities, as well as technical competencies. Willing to start in programming but wish to soon move to a system support team with a career path leading toward a senior information systems officer position. Typical Examples • Review sample resumes • Identify related goals • Illustrate by verboseness • Downsize later

Human Resource Management Personnel Assistant. Desire to start in human resource management with rotational Human Resource Management Personnel Assistant. Desire to start in human resource management with rotational assignments in employment interviewing, selection tools, compensation studies, benefit administration, training, labor relations, contract administration, and personnel services. After some division level rotations, expect to transfer to headquarters assignments. Ambition is to advance through department manager jobs into senior human resource officer positions. Reinforce Job Matches • Specific target job • Use technical jargon • Career progression • Interest in advancement • Confidence in succeeding • Motivation

Education 1. List information about “higher” education only 2. Include educational institution, location, majors, Education 1. List information about “higher” education only 2. Include educational institution, location, majors, degree level, grades, dates attended, and graduation date 3. List in reverse chronological order “Essentials”

Academic Training University Resume and Reputation Major(s) Curriculum: Minor(s) Recognitions and Honors Specific Course Academic Training University Resume and Reputation Major(s) Curriculum: Minor(s) Recognitions and Honors Specific Course Content Program Type/Reputation GPA? Expand on the Basics!

Professional Academic Special Courses Professional Technical Skills Gained Semi professional part-time work/consulting Professional Internships Professional Academic Special Courses Professional Technical Skills Gained Semi professional part-time work/consulting Professional Internships Study Abroad

Academic Team Work Simulations Case Study Courses Group Projects Lab Experiments Multi-cultural Academic Team Work Simulations Case Study Courses Group Projects Lab Experiments Multi-cultural

Typical Education Format Concentrate on descriptions Describe your University Describe your academic program Be Typical Education Format Concentrate on descriptions Describe your University Describe your academic program Be wordy My University, city, state/country, XX to XX Edit later BS, date, Major, academic rank, etc. Paragraph #1 Paragraph #2 Paragraph #3, etc. University / Program / Courses / You

Academic Performance Overall Grades Trends over time Grade Improvements 3. 7 3. 0 3. Academic Performance Overall Grades Trends over time Grade Improvements 3. 7 3. 0 3. 5 3. 1 2. 8

GRADE PERFORMANCE EXAMPLES Ø Grades the past three terms have been steadily rising and GRADE PERFORMANCE EXAMPLES Ø Grades the past three terms have been steadily rising and show deep interest and special abilities in the major professional field where most courses now are being taken. Ø Grades reflect the fact that financial needs require a work commitment of 30 -plus hours per week to earn expenses to complete the degree. Ø Excelled in courses that draw heavily upon communication and teamwork abilities. Grades in the English communications and other languages have been very strong, and recent grades in analytical courses have improved significantly. Grade Performance Factors • Signals intellect and motivation • Address the issue • Follow examples

GRADE PERFORMANCE EXAMPLES Ø Grade performance has improved steadily after a weak start caused GRADE PERFORMANCE EXAMPLES Ø Grade performance has improved steadily after a weak start caused by illness and immaturity. Ø Have maintained at least an above average most recently. Ø Overall grades rank in the top quarter, and grades in my professional field have been near the top in a highly competitive program. Grade Performance Factors • Grade trends • School quality • Specific courses • Financial Contributions • Outside commitments • Recognitions

PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC TOPICS Ø Many courses involve term projects which draw upon several courses PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC TOPICS Ø Many courses involve term projects which draw upon several courses in information systems. Ø Presentation skills have been enhanced by taking several courses that require use of verbal and written skills. Ø Coursework has included two internships, one of which earned academic credit. Ø Communication skills in multiple languages such as……… have improved significantly. Academic Choices • Course options/selection • Action words • Differ by school • Content learned

GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES Ø Studied abroad for one year in Latin America and visited GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES Ø Studied abroad for one year in Latin America and visited several multinational organizations in real-world educational projects supervised by faculty. Ø Lived with a local family for six months in France while participating in a student exchange program. This exposure provided a significant learning opportunity which created a strong appreciation for other cultures, different environmental conditions, and improved language fluency. Ø Worked closely with a faculty advisor who is an internationally recognized expert on east-west trade relations. Fluent in Japanese resulting from courses and cultural immersion. International Experience • Future goals • Poise and maturity • Indicators of potential • Personality indicators

PROFESSIONAL JOB-RELATED SKILLS Ø Completing 6 accounting- and 4 finance-related plus 4 language courses. PROFESSIONAL JOB-RELATED SKILLS Ø Completing 6 accounting- and 4 finance-related plus 4 language courses. Ø Job related topics studied include cost accounting, capital budgeting, electronic auditing, advanced taxation, and investment analysis. Ø Communication and professional teamwork abilities developed in several unique courses that included four different cultural backgrounds. Ø professional education has been supplemented with specific courses in marketing, retailing, basic accounting, four different languages and computer programming. Skills • Specific course • Team work • Intensity • Socialization

Activities and Honors WHY? Ø Indicators of leadership, interests, social skills, team work, and Activities and Honors WHY? Ø Indicators of leadership, interests, social skills, team work, and commitments Ø List as separate, bulleted items or use a “table” to list related activities

Ø 2 - to 3 -word descriptive title Ø 1 - to 3 -sentence Ø 2 - to 3 -word descriptive title Ø 1 - to 3 -sentence clarifying paragraphs Items to discuss: Leadership Size of group Budget responsibilities People supervised Time commitment Personal achievements States “Soft Skills” Indirectly

Activities Organization Role Social Organization Daily Student Newspaper Student Board Member Student Foundation Soccer Activities Organization Role Social Organization Daily Student Newspaper Student Board Member Student Foundation Soccer Team Vice President Reporter Trustee organizing Committee Team Leader Options Ø Paragraphs or columns (use tables only!) Ø Show leadership, not joiner Ø On or off-campus Dates xx/xx to xx/xx Fall, 20 xx

Activities Organization Role Dates University Admissions Board Social Organization Educational Honorary Group Sailing Club Activities Organization Role Dates University Admissions Board Social Organization Educational Honorary Group Sailing Club Political Party University Soccer Team Committee Officer Membership Chairman Finance Chairman Candidate Team Captain Spring, 20 xx xx/xx to xx/xx Fall, 20 xx Last 2 years Fall term, 20 xx xx/xx to xx/xx Many Examples Ø Potentially extensive options Ø Professional, academic, social illustrations Ø Organization - Leadership - Dates

Activities and Honors Social organization, President, 20 xx-xx; worked about 20 hours per week Activities and Honors Social organization, President, 20 xx-xx; worked about 20 hours per week to manage many responsibilities of a 100 member housing facility. Radio Station, Announcer, 20 xx-xx; introduced and interviewed personalities and edited and delivered news broadcasts on a regular basis for about 10 -15 hours per week to a local audience of about 2, 000 listeners. Student Union Board, Vice Chair, 20 xx-xx; this policy setting 12 -student board is responsible for a large budget that includes a student hotel, food service, and recreation facilities. Chair the Audit and Food Service Committees. Descriptive Ø Basics in top line Ø One to three sentences Ø Start with verbs Ø Numbers add credibility

AVOCATIONS International Travel Marathon running Cycling Dance and ballet International sports Semi-professional soccer Craft/Jewelry AVOCATIONS International Travel Marathon running Cycling Dance and ballet International sports Semi-professional soccer Craft/Jewelry making Hobbies Time commitments Sports Semi-professional singer Summer theater actress Fashion show model Amateur photographer Local TV reporter/host Museum tour guide Avocations Recognition

HONORS/RECOGNITIONS/SKILLS Dean's List Merit Scholarship Army Medal of Honor Leadership Honorary Student Tutor Writing HONORS/RECOGNITIONS/SKILLS Dean's List Merit Scholarship Army Medal of Honor Leadership Honorary Student Tutor Writing Award Athlete of the Year High School class leader Language Competency Levels Computer Skill Levels Pride, not Conceit Get desired recognition Explain each listing: size, dates, nature

Work Experience Prior work experience is important to employers Ø Ø List organization's name Work Experience Prior work experience is important to employers Ø Ø List organization's name and address List position title List beginning and ending dates of employment Brief job description

EXPERIENCE EMPLOYER NAME, Location Position #1, Start xx/xx, end xx/xx Duties described in current EXPERIENCE EMPLOYER NAME, Location Position #1, Start xx/xx, end xx/xx Duties described in current or last position, responsibilities explained, supervision, level in organization, budget commitment, sales volume, people in group, hours per week worked, length in job. Position #2, Start xx/xx, end xx/xx Describe prior position in firm. Indicate the same details as above. PAST EMPLOYERS, Location Position, Start xx/xx, end xx/xx Description of duties and responsibilities. Indicate full-time, part-time, or summer work. List employers l Describe circumstances l List positions l Part-time l

ERNST & YOUNG, Location Accounting Intern, 5/xx-8/xx and 5/xx-8/xx EXPERIENCE This credit and salary ERNST & YOUNG, Location Accounting Intern, 5/xx-8/xx and 5/xx-8/xx EXPERIENCE This credit and salary based internship lasted for two consecutive summers. Participated in 6 -8 audit team assignments each summer. Handled various tasks, such as loan documentation, cash verifications, confirming Bank Secrecy Act, payroll testing, and footing various reports. Spent time working with a client doing some electronic spreadsheet and data base analysis on a laptop computer. Certain assignments required working 50 -60 hours per week. CITY UNIVERSITY, Location Teaching Assistant, 8/xx to Present Assisted Professor Smith in teaching an entry-level course on basic computer hardware and software use. Served as consultant for student inquiries, graded assignments, and extensively communicated to students via email. Worked about 10 hours per week in assisting 50 students in the two sections. Often coached students on personal time. l Type of job: Part-time vs. Full-time l Describe what you did and learned l Reveal personal qualities

EXPERIENCE TRENDSETTERS, Location Sales Clerk, xx/xx to Present As school schedule permits, work 10 EXPERIENCE TRENDSETTERS, Location Sales Clerk, xx/xx to Present As school schedule permits, work 10 -20 hours per week with local women's fashion shop. Duties include sales, cash control, gift wrapping, display, customer service, merchandising, and floor supervision. Worked full-time the past two summers; commission aspect of pay permits significant earnings potential. Top paid parttime clerk recognition for past six months. Do limited fashion modeling for store in local ads. Ø Explain. . . Explain Ø Descriptive Titles Ø Volunteer Activities Ø All Jobs are Important

EXPERIENCE NUMEROUS PART-TIME JOBS, Location Various Assignments, 5/xx to Present Held many part-time jobs EXPERIENCE NUMEROUS PART-TIME JOBS, Location Various Assignments, 5/xx to Present Held many part-time jobs while enrolled full-time in college. As a financially independent person, worked at least 30 hours per week to provide support for college. Jobs included sales clerk, general laborer, security person, waiter, bus boy, cashier, and fast food attendant. In the past six years, worked for numerous employers, but the past year has been with a local security firm where night work permitted time off in the day for attending class. • Numerous jobs • Financial commitments • Various assignments • Growing responsibilities

JONES CONSTRUCTION, Location General Laborer, 5/xx to Present EXPERIENCE This local construction firm builds JONES CONSTRUCTION, Location General Laborer, 5/xx to Present EXPERIENCE This local construction firm builds single and multiple family housing in a three-state area and is owned by family members. Worked here every summer and at other breaks since 16 years old. Typically worked 50 -60 hours per week which generated income to pay for the next school year. Duties have included truck driver, carpenter, electrician, plumber, roofer, errand person, installer, carpet layer, and other tasks associated with residential construction. Given the opportunity last summer to supervise a crew of five people on a large apartment project. Worked 60 hours per week and learned about personal capacities, commitments, people management, and other lessons which proved to be extremely valuable. • No menial jobs • Contributions • Responsible • Values learned • Upbeat attitude • Organizer

References Ø References are not required Ø You may eliminate references on subsequent resumes References Ø References are not required Ø You may eliminate references on subsequent resumes by including them on a separate page Ø Use at least 2 to 4 references, if requested Ø Use counselors, employers, members of the faculty Ø Give a copy of your resume to your references – Network Partners

Reference Format Ms. Individual Name, Title/Position, Employer, Address: City, State, Country, and Zip, Telephone Reference Format Ms. Individual Name, Title/Position, Employer, Address: City, State, Country, and Zip, Telephone Number, Email Address Mr. Long Acquaintance, Credible Position, Reputable Employer, city, state, country, Zip Code, Area Code+Tele. #, Email Address Dr. Great Prof. , Professor of Goodstuff, Indiana University, Collegetown, state, country, Zip Code, Area Code+Tele. #, Email Address Mr. Past Supervisor, Position of Authority, Organization Inc. , Town, state, country, Zip Code, Area Code+Tele. #, Email Address • Able to help • Inexperience aid • Network contacts • Names influence

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