NCE co-op students graduate having already built a professional network and typically receive higher starting salaries than their counterparts from other schools. ENGR provides engineering students with multidisciplinary and career planning skills in a seminar environment with emphasis on career planning, resume writing, and interview skills. No other classes or curricular requirements will be imposed by participating in a co-op, except for a written report at the end of each co-op period and a short on-line monthly report. The co-op course will appear on the transcript, and the name of the company that the student works for will appear on the bottom of the transcript as part of a note.
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The Functional Resume is best suited for an individual who is a recent graduate or new to the workforce. An individual who has a varied work history with no clear connection between the different positions held would also benefit from using the Functional Resume. It is also well suited for the individual whose job titles do not reflect the level of skills used or for the individual who is making a career change. It demonstrates the skills and abilities that you have by using past accomplishments in different positions. Example of a Functional Resume. Home The Functional Resume.
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Career Development Services is a value—added contributor to the career planning and preparation of NJIT students and graduates. Together with our academic, employer, and community partners, we seek to immerse all students within a progressive and comprehensive approach to career advising, coaching, skill-building, and practical experience opportunities, which best ensure career readiness upon graduation. Our work is dependent upon developing and sustaining relationships with employers who provide career and experiential education opportunities for students.
The Dorman Honors College has a specifically designed seminar for all Honors first year. As a result of the Honors first year seminar course, students will develop an academic portfolio which will include such items as personal reflections of the first college semester, development of an honors education plan HEP and begin the creation of two resumes. During the course, students will discuss the responsibilities of being a successful college student, the academic honor code and ethics, be introduced to college research, and the support network within the university. Leadership skills and the group presentations will be emphasized. The course will be facilitated by an instructor and teaching assistant who is an upper class Honors College student.