Job Prep Toolkit
Since you have a few precious seconds to make an impression with your resume, how will you tell your story? For starters, your resume should be a strategically targeted document featuring relevant skills and experiences versus a laundry list of everything you have ever done.
Networking & LinkedIn
Be curious, reach out to alumni doing work that interests you, and ask them questions about their experience. It's been our experience that Broncos love to help Broncos - informational interviews can be a great way to get your foot in the door!
Your cover letter is your chance to communicate what makes you, you. But remember, employers can spot a form cover letter a mile away. So, while it’s important to highlight your experience, accomplishments, and skills, it’s essential that you research the company and connect your qualifications, passion, and interests to their needs.
Preparing for an interview is a whole lot more than Googling a company and reviewing the job description. In order to rock an interview, immerse yourself in your prospective employer’s world. A couple quick tips include using LinkedIn to look up company info and employee profiles and anticipate questions and think through and practice your answers out-loud (so you don’t get stuck feeling unprepared).
Salaries & Job Offers
Have a job offer in-hand and wonder what comes next? Or, would you just like to be prepared for when the day comes? Surprisingly, there’s a lot more to consider than just the salary when evaluating a job offer.