A break from school — a time for relaxation and the sleep you missed during Fall and Spring semester. For most, the ideal break involves lying by the pool, fireplace, or beach. While it’s good to relax and rejuvenate, it’s also the perfect opportunity to get ahead on your career goals and exploration journey. Chapman
Summer is a great time to relax, have fun, and most importantly build transferable skills (HEHEH). I am so excited that summer is here and the sun has to come out, like, right now. May has been real gray and… I am politely asking for it to stop. Thanks for hearing about my lil rant, and
Hi Chapman community! I have officially been a Career Peer Advisor for Chapman’s Office of Career and Professional Development for over a year, and it is crazy to see how far we have come since I first started at the office. For the past year, I was lucky enough to work alongside the only Peer
I’m sure we have all been in the position where we see a post for a great job or internship at a great company that couldn’t feel more perfect. We go through the process of writing a cover letter, tailoring our resume, filling out the application, and then we never hear back. We’ve been ghosted.
Watch the Peer Career Advisor IG LIVE conversation on this topic on @chapmanucareer IGTV So now that you have finally finished updating your resume (and hopefully have gotten it checked), now comes the next (often, dreaded) part… the cover letter. Here are 10 assumptions about cover letters you should review and understand before submitting your