First Impressions (03:05)
The resume is the first impression an employer gets of a potential employee. For people with disabilities there's always an extra concern about when or if to disclose the disability.
Purpose of Resume and Cover Letter (02:57)
Learn tips for creating a customized cover letter that will get the attention of a potential employer. The cover letter and resume work hand-in-hand to put the best you have to offer in front of a job interviewer.
Writing a Resume (02:23)
A resume can be informative and persuasive even when you have no previous work experience. A resume is a summary of training, seminars, education, skills, abilities, and all the things you can do, not the things you can't.
Resume Formats (02:07)
Three different types and formats for resumes are illustrated and discussed. Resumes should be concise yet comprehensive, neat, one page long, and with lots of white space.
How to Write a Resume (04:53)
Viewers learn the finer points of writing a resume. From the heading to the end of the resume, each component is clearly illustrated and explained. Learn to create a professional image with each resume.
How to Write a Cover Letter (03:39)
A cover letter is your first shot at getting noticed and your best chance to ask for an interview. Learn the details of creating a professional cover letter that will get noticed by potential employers.
Job Applications (02:56)
Before filling out an application do a little research on the company. Read through the application first. It's important to know your legal rights as a disabled person.
Credits: Smart Resumes and Applications for People with Disabilities (00:58)
Credits: Smart Resumes and Applications for People with Disabilities
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