Resumes and Interviews

Your resume is one of the essential tools needed to land an interview. It must be an easy-to-read and well-structured presentation which is targeted toward the job for which you are applying.

Interviews are your opportunity to sell yourself to a potential employer and convince them that you are the best person for the job. Preparation is key to a successful interview! Practice interviewing skills and answering common behavioral interview questions and research the company as much as possible. 

Resources for helping you write a resume and develop your interviewing skills:

  • Career Readiness Seminars and Workshops – All events are listed on the University Calendar.
  • Career Consultants – schedule an appointment via TWU Connect with your consultant to review more in-depth resume questions/concerns or to schedule an in-person practice (mock) interview.
  • TWU Connect – access the wealth of information in the Resources section.
  • Job Search Handbook [PDF] – detailed information on resumes and cover letters.

15-Minute Resume Review

Come in and meet one-on-one with Career Connections Center staff on the Denton campus for a quick resume critique or to get answers to your career-related questions. You don't need an appointment, and can drop-in during any of the following open hours:

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Monday 9 – 11 a.m. WH 200
Tuesday 10 a.m. – Noon

4 - 6 p.m.

Parliament Village

Guinn Towers, Room 208

Wednesday 10 a.m. - Noon WH 200
Thursday 1 - 3 p.m. Parliament Village

Guinn Towers, Room 208

No drop-in hours on Fridays. Please schedule an appointment with your Career Consultant.

*No drop-in hours on Wednesday, Aug. 28. Attend the Part-time Job Fair in Student Union 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

**On Thursday, Aug. 29, attend the Career Connections Center Open Housin in Woodcock Hall instead of drop-in hours in the residence halls. 


Page last updated 11:02 AM, September 18, 2019