Job Search Marketing Toolkit for College Grads & Entry Level Job Search - Secrets of the Job Hunt Career Podcast

Reposted from CareerAlley

"Carpe, carpe diem, seize the day boys, make your lives extraordinary." - Dead Poet's Society

"Seize the day" but be prepared. For those that follow my blog, you will be familiar with the Job Search Marketing Toolkit. Your toolkit should include everything you need for your job search. The difference with the toolkit presented today versus the link above is that today's post will focus on tools for college grads and entry level job searchers. There is too much to cover today, so the toolkit will span a few days.


  • Student & New Graduate Resume Answers - This article, from, offers examples, how to make your resume look good (even though you don't have experience, what to include and so much more. On top of this, there are a bunch of related links for your use.
  • Entry Level Resumes – The first and most important thing you will need is a resume. Take your time with this as your ability to “get your foot in the door” is heavily dependent on the content and “look and feel” of your resume. There are so many choices these days. This resource, from, provides a list of links to help you get started (or to improve on what you already have).
Cover Letters: Almost as important as your resume, cover letters help get you in the door. A bunch of resources.
  • Covering Letters for students - A very good article to help you understand the objectives, what to consider, and explanations of the various types of cover letters.
Good luck in your search.

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