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  • Explore Careers by Industry | Wheaton
    Websites Explore Careers by Major Explore Careers by Industry Explore Career Options Who s Hiring at Wheaton Highlighted Opportunities How To Job Search Online Center for Vocation and Career Find Jobs Explore Careers by Industry Explore Careers by Industry Menu ThunderLink Jobs Job Search Websites Explore Careers by Major Explore Careers by Industry Christian Ministry Creative Arts Editing and Publishing Education Environmental Government Healthcare International Journalism and Writing Media and Entertainment Jobs in Music Non Profit and NGO PR and Advertising Science Explore Career Options Who s Hiring at Wheaton Highlighted Opportunities How To Job Search Online Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram Center for Vocation and Career Student Services Building 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5048 cvc wheaton edu Industry Specific Links Creative Arts Jobs Christian Ministry Jobs Independent School Jobs Education Jobs Editing Publishing Jobs Environmental Jobs Government Jobs Healthcare Jobs International Jobs Journalism Writing Jobs Media Entertainment Jobs PR Advertising Jobs Non Profit NGO Jobs Science Jobs Center for Vocation Career Guides for Writing your Resume Cover Letter etc Let us help you create documents that will stand out with recruiters and employers More ThunderLink Jobs Internships Use ThunderLink to find

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  • Explore Career Options | Wheaton
    Jobs Job Search Websites Explore Careers by Major Explore Careers by Industry Explore Career Options Who s Hiring at Wheaton Highlighted Opportunities How To Job Search Online Center for Vocation and Career Find Jobs Explore Career Options Explore Career Options If you re not sure what you want to do after you graduate start by exploring your career options Menu ThunderLink Jobs Job Search Websites Explore Careers by Major Explore Careers by Industry Explore Career Options Salary Guides Who s Hiring at Wheaton Highlighted Opportunities How To Job Search Online Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram Center for Vocation and Career Student Services Building 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5048 cvc wheaton edu Career Exploration Explore your career options beyond the traditional fields and into the new marketplace where a Liberal Arts degree will be an advantage Vault Best Site for Career Exploration Download their Occupational Guides Check out potential employers through the Vault Forums Entire site is FREE for Wheaton College students and alumni Career Journal Wall Street Journal s Career Site Fortune Magazine Fortune Magazine s Career Site Wetfeet Weird name Great site for Career Exploration Wonderful Employer Profile Section Occupational Outlook Handbook Investigate careers and employment trends in this government maintained site 100 Best Companies Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work Top 10 Cities and States For Job Growth Salary Guides What s the salary range for your job What s the cost of living where you ll live Riley Guide to Career Exploration An excellent compilation of some great exploration websites Life 101 You re graduating Now what Not sure if you want to work travel or go to grad school right after graduation Evaluate your options Center for Vocation Career What s your 5 StrengthsFinder Find your top five

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  • Who's Hiring at Wheaton? | Wheaton
    for Vocation and Career Find Jobs Who s Hiring at Wheaton Who s Hiring at Wheaton Liberal arts students from Wheaton College are being hired by organizations across the U S and around the world Here s a sample list of employers from the past year Menu ThunderLink Jobs Job Search Websites Explore Careers by Major Explore Careers by Industry Explore Career Options Who s Hiring at Wheaton Highlighted Opportunities How To Job Search Online Center for Vocation and Career Student Services Building 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5048 cvc wheaton edu Related Links Employer Recruiting Professional Development Allstate AUSL Academy of Urban School Leadership Baillie Lumber Barclays Boeing By The Hand Club Capital One Cerner Chicago Hope Academy Chick fil A Cleveland Research ConAgra ELIC English Language Institute of China Epic Epsilon Feed My Starving Children Fellowship of Christian Athletes First Trust Portfolios Great Hearts Academies Group Alternatives Hancock International Hub Group IBM Invesco Powershares Investor Tools JP Morgan KeHe Distributors Kimberly Clark L Arche Chicago LeaderTreks Logos Bible Software FaithLife Lydia Home MB Financial Bank McLean Bible Church Memphis Teacher Residency Mintel International Morgan Stanley Graystone Group Outreach Community Ministries Parkside Church Peace Corps

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  • Highlighted Opportunities | Wheaton
    Who s Hiring at Wheaton Highlighted Opportunities How To Job Search Online Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram Center for Vocation and Career Student Services Building 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5048 cvc wheaton edu Related Links Employer Recruiting Job Opportunities for December graduates More details and the process for applying for any of these positions can be found by logging in to ThunderLink For those on the business track KeHe Distributors Naperville IL Leadership Program Associate Submit your resume Broadspire Chicago IL Consultative Analyst I Submit your resume Graystone Consulting Group Barrington IL Post grad Analyst Internship Submit your resume The Cochlan Group Clarendon Hills IL Account Representative Sales Submit your resume OWP Pharmaceuticals West Chicago Post grad Marketing Internship Submit your resume TDS Telecom Madison WI Financial Analyst on ThunderLink Group Alternatives Downers Grove Client Service Coordinator on ThunderLink Hub Group Downers Grove IL Multiple positions on ThunderLink JP Morgan Mortgage Advisory Group Chicago IL Post grad Internship on ThunderLink Tyson Foods Springdale AK Chicago IL Sales Analyst Assistant Product Manager on ThunderLink KeHe Distributors Naperville IL Customer Insights Growth Solutions Analyst on ThunderLink For technical minds Hub Group Downers Grove IL Multiple positions on ThunderLink Epic Systems Verona WI Multiple positions on ThunderLink Tyndale House Publishers Carol Stream IL Web Designer on ThunderLink Jelly Vision Labs Chicago IL Business Development Representative on ThunderLink For artists marketers and communicators Epsilon various locations Associate Account Executive Submit your resume CBS 2 TV Chicago News Writer on ThunderLink GRN Global Recruiters Network Winfield IL Entry Level Recruiter on ThunderLink For those on the non profit track Moody Bible Institute Chicago IL Multiple positions on ThunderLink By The Hand Club Chicago IL Fund Development Coordinator on ThunderLink First Presbyterian Church Wheaton IL High School Youth

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  • How To Job Search Online | Wheaton
    Search 1 Choose Job Sites Carefully Use the Job Search Links and Career Exploration sites that the Center for Vocation and Career has compiled We do not recommend that you look for jobs on Craigslist but that you stick with the larger professional job search engines like CareerBuilder or even Monster 2 Refine Your Job Search Use keywords and narrow your search terms specify your desired location research particular companies or industry sectors search for specific job titles or functional areas 3 Set up Email Job Alerts Some sites also let you save any job search as an RSS feed so you can apply for jobs as soon as they are posted 4 Keep it Focused Only apply to jobs for which you are qualified Companies notice candidates with the skills and experience for which they have posted 5 Watch Out for Scam Job Listings Be careful if you see job listings promising quick and easy income or requiring you to pay a fee Further do not disclose your Social Security number in any online application 6 Write a Customized Cover Letter This will show that you are serious and allow you to show how your qualifications and experience RELATE to the company s needs 7 Post Your Resume Job Boards help companies find you online Most job sites even allow you to post anonymously although companies may then be less likely to contact you 8 Clean Up Your Act Check your resume and cover letters for typos and grammatical errors Use consistent font sizes and formatting in your resume Also remember that potential employers may look at any online profile of yours so keep them up to date and free of content that would embarrass you 9 Do Your Research Spend time on the prospective employers websites and learn

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  • Resume Guide | Wheaton
    Opportunities How To Job Search Online Center for Vocation and Career For Students How To Guides Resume Guide Resume Guide A step by step introduction and instructional guide for résumé writing Menu Cover Letter Guide Curriculum Vitae Graduate Resume References and Letters of Recommendation Resume Guide Samples Thank You Notes The Purpose of a Resume To get you an interview Your resume is your chance to convince an employer in about six seconds that they should meet with you Tailor Your Resume Tailor your resume for each organization Take a look at their job description their mission statement and what you can learn about their culture Let your resume demonstrate that you are the perfect fit for their organization Preparing Your Resume Keep it to one page There are exceptions like education and nursing but for most students one page will be sufficient Follow the format recommended in our samples Our format maximizes the space on the page so you can tell enough of your story to capture their interest No typos or grammatical errors These will disqualify you immediately Start with your education As a college student this is the most important part of who you are Include your GPA if it is above 3 0 List any courses related to the job opportunity Describe all of your relevant experience in reverse chronological order This will include both paid and unpaid experiences Use simple bullets either squares or circles Always begin each bullet point with an action verb Describe your accomplishments the results of what you did Quantify wherever possible How many students did you tutor What size budget did you manage Periods at the ends of bullets are optional Just be consistent Here are some things NOT to put on your resume High school activities after sophomore year

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  • Thank You Notes | Wheaton
    you to reiterate your interest in the position and to once more connect your skills and background with their needs After a Job Interview Send a handwritten thank you letter or card by mail within 24 hours Use quality note paper or professional cards Reiterate how your skills and background fit the requirements of the position Send an email thank you the same day to everyone who interviewed you if there were multiple people Samples Sample thank you letter Sample thank you note card Email thank you note Accepting a job offer Declining a job offer Sample Thank You Letter Ms Heidi Daniels Assistant Director Human Resources Wheaton College 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Dear Ms Daniels I enjoyed interviewing with you today for the position of Admissions Counselor at Wheaton College As an alumna of Wheaton you bring a strong commitment to finding the right person for such a pivotal position It is my desire to be a part of Wheaton s continued success in recruiting and selecting students who will demonstrate their care For Christ and His Kingdom in the classroom and in their lives after Wheaton As I stated during the interview my strengths in interpersonal communication and organizing and planning are a great match for this opportunity Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you regarding next steps in the process Sincerely Raashon Ramone Sample Thank You Note Card Ms Daniels It was a pleasure to meet with you today and discuss the Admissions Counselor role at Wheaton I am excited about the possibility of joining a team that has been so successful in recruiting and identifying the best and the brightest Christian students throughout the world Thank you for your time and for your service to this great institution to which share allegiance Sincerely Raashon Ramone 03 View Sample Envelope Email Thank You Note An email thank you is acceptable after a phone call or networking meeting Send an email thank you the same day Thank the person for a specific piece of advice or for a referral they provided and let them know how you plan to follow up Sample Ms Cosper I appreciate the time you took out of your busy schedule to talk with me today and share some of your experiences as an Actuary with Allstate The suggestions you had for improving my resume were particularly helpful and I will make those changes immediately I will keep you posted as my pursuit of internship opportunities in actuarial science continues Sincerely Hannah Bebe Accepting Declining Job Offers It is professional and considerate to provide a written acceptance or to decline an offer of employment in writing via email or paper mail The following samples are simple and easy to modify based on your circumstances Sample Acceptance Letter Mr Mark Montana Marketing Manager Strong Utilities Inc 1234 Campground Road Belmont ME 78901 Dear Mr Montana I am pleased to accept your offer of employment with Strong Utilities

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  • Cover Letter Guide | Wheaton
    the company school agency operator for the name of the appropriate person to contact Be sure to spell his her name correctly and use the proper title Tailor your letter for the specific job and organization DO NOT use a non personalized form letter Answer the question Why should I hire you Keep your cover letter to one page of three short paragraphs When answering an advertisement cover all of the points requested in the exact order outlined since some prospective employers use those directions to test the applicant s ability to follow instructions precisely Have several people proofread your letter for grammar punctuation spelling and typographical errors Your letter must be neat and absolutely error free Realize the reader will view the cover letter as an example of your written communication skills Match the paper and font used in your cover letter with your résumé Use standard fonts Recommended fonts are Times New Roman or Arial Edit your cover letter carefully Is it interesting and persuasive Does it include important aspects of your college experience your pertinent qualifications and skills and a bit of your personality Re read it from the employer s perspective does it answer the question Why should I hire you Generic Cover Letter Template You can use the template and suggestions below to frame your cover letter Date of Writing Mr or Ms Employer Title of Employer Organization Street Address City State Zip Code Dear Mr or Ms Employer 1st Paragraph WHY Your opening should invite and entice the employer State why you are writing usually to apply for a position If you heard about an opening through a personal reference tell the employer about it immediately your reference s name should be the first word of your first paragraph If you are writing an

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