Resume Lab is just that: a lab where students can drop in to meet with Peer Educators to get constructive feedback and suggestions to improve their resumes. Students can drop in anytime during the allotted hours, please bring your laptop or a printed copy of your resume.
Meet the Peer Educators @ The Resume Lab
- Faith Nasution
College of Science – Geosciences
- Jovahn Del Cid
College of Science – Psychology
- Sarah Vrotny
College of Social & Behavior Science – Communication & eSociety
- Uju Sampson
College of Medicine – Pre-Physiology
- Martin Ruiz
Eller College of Management – Marketing & Entrepreneurship
- Amanda Starsiak
College of Social & Behavior Science – Economics
- Danielle Border
Eller College of Management – Marketing
- Toddy McGann
Eller College of Management – Management Information Systems
Resume Referrals are initialized when employers contact Student Engagement & Career Development to request resumes of qualified candidates. If you have created a profile in Handshake and uploaded a Default Resume, you are automatically represented in the referral should you meet the qualifications requested by the employer. Employers screen the resumes and contact candidates directly.
Make sure you have set your most current (and generic) resume as your Default Resume in Handshake. This resume is the one that will be sent to employers should they express interest in you. We highly recommend that you log into Handshake at least twice a year to update your resume. Accounts that have been inactive more than six months will not be referred to recruiters.
- Wildcat Career Guide
- Resume Checklist
- Curriculum Vitae
- More Resume Resources
- Other Career Resources and Tools
Wildcat Career Network
Want your resume reviewed by an industry insider? Connect with UA alumni professionals through the Wildcat Career Network for one-on-one career conversations, resume critiques or mock interviews. Brought to you by the UA Alumni Association's Career Lab.