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The Dos and Don’ts of the Best Student Resume and Cover Letter

On a job hunt right now? The job market is understandably not great, which makes having the best student resume possible a must. We pulled this article out of the SLN archives you have an easy-to-follow list of dos and don’ts when craftin...

4 Ways to Build a Resume When You Have Zero Experience

How do you write a resume with no experience? Here are four simple tactics to get you started on finding valuable experience, connecting with mentors, and getting employed by graduation. “How am I supposed to get a job when I don’t have...

11 Basics of Building a Good Resume

Before applying to any job, make sure you put together a good resume using this easy checklist. The modern workplace is constantly changing but the need for a good resume has remained a constant. Without a strong resume, your application ma...

Meet 10 Students Building Their Resumes by Helping Nature Thrive

No matter your experience, you too can help build a sustainable future as a Living Planet Leader. When it comes to the environmental crisis happening around us, it feels like a lot of the people making a difference are from our generation. ...

Cover Letters, Resumes, and Personal Brands: What’s the Difference?

Resumes, cover letters, and personal branding… what does it all mean and where do they differ? Are resumes and cover letters part of your personal brand? So many questions, so many options, and so much confusion. I get it. We’ve all bee...

Birmingham LGBT row: Parkfield School protests resume

Protesters call for Parkfield school’s head teacher to resign alleging “she cannot keep her word”....

10 Resume and Cover Letter Mistakes We’ve All Made

Here are 10 painful resume and cover letter mistakes we’ve all made at some point. Sending out resumes and cover letters can be a tedious, stressful task. It takes a lot of time to perfect a set of documents that a hiring manager will pro...

Fridays With Dale: Premeditated Murder and Unintentional Thievery

  Premeditated Murder and Unintentional Thievery By Dale Angel                                                    On our way to the store, we had to cross the railroad tracks and walk in fro...

My Experience at the WWF-Canada Designing Change for a Living Planet Challenge

The WWF-Canada Designing Change for a Living Planet Challenge is a yearly event that brings together post-secondary students from all disciplines for four hours per day over the course of three days to take action for nature. This year’s ...

3 Biggest Reasons for Student Volunteering

As students, we are often so focused on our schooling (and paying for said schooling) that we pass on the great opportunities that student volunteering can offer. Volunteering is a great way to get some experience in the field that you are ...

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