School is starting again — and it’s never too early to think about your application for the next internship or your first job.
That’s the focus of our current issue of Campus Connection.
We talk to Dennis Anderson, executive editor of the Peoria Journal Star, about what types of resumes catch his eye and what impresses him.
Here’s something to remember: “But what really helps to make a resume great is a concise sentence at the top, just
under the contact information and before the candidate’s experience. This is your shot to tell the hiring manager who you are and what you can do for the organization.”
Think of it as your Twitter bio, but serious.
Here are the best “looked like we planned it this way” ideas for print and online, as presented at SFJ14 conference in Nashville.
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The best online feature ideas from SFJ14 conference in Nashville.
You can download a PDF of all the Online superstars here.
PDFs from the SFJ14 conference in Nashville on holidays.
You can download the PDFs here: Show and Steal: Holidays