Resumé: o Your current contact information o Job objective/summary o Educational history o Experience: Employment, volunteer experience, and extracurricular experience, if applicable o Special skills: Occupation-specific and transferable skills that relate to the position o Awards and achievements • Cover Letter: o Outline/draft the first paragraph of your cover letter. ▪ The first paragraph should indicate the position you’re interested in applying for and how you learned about the position. If a network contact knows people at the company to which you’re applying, consider mentioning that person’s name and your connection. o Outline/draft the next paragraph(s) of your cover letter. ▪ The next paragraph or two should explain why you’re suited for the job. If you have experience or qualifications that are of particular value to the employer, call them out clearly. If you have little experience but a solid education, mention it and any special awards that may interest an employer. o Conclude your cover letter. ▪ The final paragraph should express your interest in the position and thank the person for his or her time. • Elevator Pitch o Use at least three (3) keywords that connect to the job requirements and how you want to portray your personal brand. Instructions: CTC301 – Professional Success Seminar Unit 8 Assignment: Final Project: ePortfolio – Final Versions of ATS Resumé, Chronological Resumé, Elevator Pitch, Cover Letter, and Thank You Letter Complete the final versions of your customized elevator pitch, resumé, cover letter, ATS resumé, and thank-you letter.
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