Use the RESUME BUILDER to view samples of resumes for your major and create your own professional resume. It is easy to upload your resume and apply on-line.
Upload your resume and search for:
- Part-Time Jobs
- Full-Time Employment
Click here to log on
ATTENTION! To enter Chants JobLink and Resume Builder you will need to use your Coastal email address as your username and your specific JobLink password, mailed to you at the beginning of the year. This is different from your general Coastal password.
If you have forgotten this system-generated password, type your email address in the username box and click, Forgot My Password. The system will immediately send your JobLink password to your Coastal email account.
Note: Your regular CCU password will not work on this system.
Once logged in, click on the Resume Builder Link located in the Shortcuts Menu
Guidelines for Resume Writing
A resume is used to market yourself to prospective employers, as well as for applications for internships, grad school, scholarships, etc. It is a highlight of your relevant skills, education, and experience. It is important to spend ample time preparing your resume to effectively sell you skills to potential employers.
- Most undergraduate resume are one page. It should be visually appealing and easy to follow with 10-12 size font in styles that are easy to read. When printing your resume use neutral professional style resume paper.
- Typical sections include Objective, Education, Honors & Awards, Work Experience, Leadership & Activities, Research Experience, and Skills.
- Your resume should be focused towards your intended goal, highlighting relevant skills and experience. The top skills that employers seek are communication and interpersonal skills, initiative and creativity, and leadership.
- Use job descriptions to emphasize your transferable skills and accomplishments. Job descriptions should be written in bulleted format starting with action-orientated verbs.
Additional Resume Writing Tips
Resume Writing (pdf)
Resume Critique Service Via Email
Do you have a rough draft or a resume but may not have time to drop it by the Career Services Center? Then why not e-mail it? If you would like for a professional to review your resume, please e-mail it to Sara Wise at . She will critique your resume and assist you in developing the perfect resume to help you land the job of your dreams.