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One of the best aspects of JS 101 is the free, quality, face-to-face assistance offered through our career coaching services and free career counseling. Below are some tip sheets, videos and worksheets to help you get started in our free career training.

Every Job Search Should Start with a Self Assessment. You cannot market yourself to an employer unless you know your strengths and weaknesses.

Resume Tips: In your job search, a well prepared elevator speech and resume will be your most effective marketing collateral. A resume represents you before an actual face-to-face meeting. It is imperative to have a clear job objective reflected on your resume.

We can help you narrow this down in our face-to-face job coaching workshops, but here is a Resume Checklist you can use to test your current resume. Below are links to two different resume formats that job seekers can use to best represent their experience and talent.

Sample Chronological Format

Sample Functional Format

Cover Letter Formats: The purpose of the cover letter is to make your experience specific to the requirements of the job you are applying for. Thus, you cannot have just one cover letter. Below is a sample cover letter in the T format.

Sample T Format Cover Letter

Interview Tips: Remember there is more to the interview than "saying the right things" or performing well. It is also important to be yourself and focus on making a connection. To do this, you must be well prepared for every interview. Here is an Interview Preparation Checklist that will help you along the way.


For more fast career training tips visit our YouTube channel, or attend one of our upcoming classes. You can also follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter.