Home- Campus Life- Career Services for Students- Tools and Guides Career Services Tools and Guides Writing a resume, networking, and interviewing are all critical components of launching a successful career, but they are not always easy. Check some of our tools and guides to get started building your personal skill set and brand. We Are a Resource! While you can always feel free to contact us for advice and guidance, you can access any of the following tools and guides from home: Online Workshops View the Job Search playlist which includes workshops on employer research, interviews, code of conduct, and cover letters. Resume writing Finding an internship iCAN online workshop Guides Resume guide and rubric (PDF) Curriculum Vitae guide (PDF) Cover letter guide (PDF) Electronic Code of Conduct Guide to interviewing (PDF) Dress for Success guide (PDF) Guide to writing a thank you letter (PDF) Networking introduction guide (PDF) Networking log (Excel) Questions for (networking) informational interviews (PDF) iCAN guide (PDF) Graduate school guide Guides for Special Populations The Athlete's Advantage First-Year roadmap (PDF) Sophomore roadmap (PDF) Junior roadmap (PDF) Senior roadmap (PDF) Additional Tools Optimal resume: An online tool for creating, presenting, managing, and sharing your professional credentials Letters of recommendation and references: Learn when and how to request them. Peer advisors: Constructive critiques of your resume, cover letter, or personal statement with one of your trained and knowledgeable peers. Contact us to schedule an appointment. Stanley Newell Kinney Resource Library: Stop in to Career Services to review our collection of printed material about a variety of career fields, job search strategies, employer directories, and more. Job, Internship, and Graduate/Professional School Searches Once you have the skills and documentation you need to launch a successful job, internship, or graduate/professional school search, you can start targeting your search. Learn more: Jobs Internships Graduate and professional school Campus Life Housing Options Campus Dining The Arts on Campus Clubs and Organizations Sports and Recreation Volunteerism Religious Life Fraternities and Sororities ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services for Students Contact Us Year-by-Year Plan Internships Jobs Graduate & Professional School Not a Student? Events Tools and Guides Real World Class of 2017 Colgate Bookstore RELATED LINKS Intellectual Engagement INTELLECTUAL ENGAGEMENT Collaborative research by highly regarded faculty is a Colgate trademark. Off-Campus Study OFF-CAMPUS STUDY Colgate has one of the most robust off-campus study programs in the country. Career Services CAREER SERVICES Staff members and dedicated alumni play a key role in students' career exploration. Lucky 13 LUCKY 13 Find out why 13 is the most popular number on campus.