Announcing newly updated Career Guides on interviewing, networking, salary negotiation, business jobs, hospitality and culinary arts jobs.
You're not alone. Writing a cover letter can be a rather daunting task. But don't despair, just use the newly updated Cover Letter Writing Research Guide ! It lists recommended websites and books that will assist you with all your cover letter writing needs.
Click on the link above or follow this path:
Library Homepage > Research Guides by Subjects > Careers > Cover Letter Writing
As always your questions/comments are welcome!
Curious about the types of residency programs available to you upon graduating from medical school? Then there's a new resource in the Career Collection for you!
If you've been searching for a resource that will tell you how much you're worth to employers - this is it!
I have started an account with del.icio.us to store and share all the wonderful career-related websites I discover each day! To access this valuable resource visit http://del.icio.us/DrexelCareerLibrarian and use the tag cloud on the right hand side to browse sites by category.
Questions/Comments about this resource? Let me know via email at email@example.com or by adding a comment to this blog entry.
Several copies of the 2008-2009 Medical School Admission Requirements are now available for check-out in the Careers Collection (Hagerty Library, Room 136).
The MSAR provides med school applicants with information on:
- Application procedures and deadlines
- Selection factors such as MCAT and GPA data
- Medical school class profiles
- Costs and financial a
I’m delighted to announce that we have just added the Vault Online Career Library to our vast collection of career resources!
Another batch of career books has arrived!
A new batch of career books has just arrived! The books are now available for your perusal in Hagerty Library, Room 136.
In an effort to support students searching for jobs and co-ops abroad, several international job search books were purchased and added to the Careers Collection (Hagerty Library, Room 136).