Our resource library can help you with exploring majors and career options, resume and cover letter review, interview prep and more.
Career Services resource guides
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A resume is a concise summary of your relevant education, experiences, and skills,
and is a crucial component of virtually any job application. Need help getting started?
Check out the following resources:
Samples and templates
While a resume tells the employer what you've done and accomplished, a cover letter
convinces them why you're the best candidate. It highlights and expands upon the information
outlined in your resume. To get started, check out the following resources:
Samples and templates
The interview is one of the most important steps in the job search process. It gives
you the chance to elaborate on how your education, skills, and experience make you
a unique and qualified candidate. Hoping to ace your next interview? Visit the resources
below for interview preparation tips and tricks:
- Interview preparation guide
- Illegal interview questions – It is illegal for employers to ask certain questions during a job interview. This guide provides examples and advice on how to respond if you're asked one of these questions.
Networking is the process of making connections and building professional relationships. It's a great way to find mentors or new job opportunities. Looking to expand your network? Check out the following guides:
Discover which careers and majors best fit your skills, values, and personality traits
with our major and career exploration guide, or use the resources below for more ways to survey your options.
All assessments are free for current students! To see if this is the right option for you, please make an appointment or email email@example.com.
Career Coach provides a launching point for personal exploration into majors and careers. You can:
- Take a free assessment with either six questions or 60.
- Explore how much demand a certain major or career has in Alaska’s job market.
- Determine the salary and education needed for the career of your choice.
- Build a resume.
- Translate your military and work experience.
This assessment looks at the individual's motivations, clarifies interests, analyzes culture fit and provides a direction to explore careers. Built on psychologist John Holland’s theory, it’s backed by more than 80 years of research into how people of similar interests are employed and what motivates individuals in the workplace.
This assessment is great if you:
- Are trying to figure out your major or how your interest could be turned into a career.
- Are interested in changing career fields but do not know where to begin.
- Want to find a career that compliments your learning, working and leadership style.
- Want to gain a deeper self-awareness about your strengths.
The MBTI helps you identify your unique preferences and gifts. You will gain insight into how you direct and receive energy, take in information, decide and come to conclusions, and approach the outside world. Your natural preferences in these four areas sort you into one of 16 distinct MBTI personality types. The insight you gain into yourself will allow you to better understand and value individual differences. Understanding these types gives you objective insight that you can use to enhance your professional and personal relationships, as well as your direction, focus and choices.
- Majors at UAF
- Programs at UAF Community and Technical College
- What can I do with this major?
- O*NET – Look at the careers that interest you and discover what typical duties and knowledge are required for those positions
- Undergraduate research at UAF