Posts Tagged 'Cover Letter'

Please allow me to Introduce Myself!

Hello everyone, this will serve as my initial, official, and influential first blog post! My name is Cuyler (rhymes with Tyler) and I am a Cleveland native, tragically cursed to root for the Browns, Cavs, and Indians.  Thankfully being a Buckeye fan is not only fun, but it usually pays off.  After 6 years living in Atlanta, GA and Flagstaff, AZ I made the trek back to Ohio with my fiancee close by.   I no longer deal with cocky SEC fans (winning championships will do that) or indifferent Pac-10 fans (USC can’t even sellout this year).

I can ramble on about Buckeye football all post, but this one will actually focus on something more important.  I moved back to Ohio after getting into the WPMBA program but I also left my job in the process.  That sounds like a crazy thing to do in this economy and it was.  Fortunately I planned for the occasion but it would have been a harder process if not for Fisher’s career services.

I know from casual conservations that many of you are considering switching industries, getting promoted or maybe starting your own company.  Before you get too deep in your plans I highly recommend talking with a Career Beam counselor and using the tools they have.  My counselor was not only nice and personable, she was able to give advice on virtually any industry or business etiquette question I had.

They helped refine my resume, touch up my cover letters and provide a sounding board for ideas and strategies.  I can assure you my search would have taken longer and been more stressful without their help.  For that reason you have to give them a call and at least visit the Career Beam site.  I’m sure your experience will pay dividends for you.

Alright, I promise this blog will be informative and entertaining.  This weekend, to prove the point, I will be traveling to Chicago for my buddy’s bachelor party and the OSU-Illinois game.  I may preview the weekend if I have time, but if not, expect a detailed (PG-13) post next week.  GO BUCKS!!



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