Whether you are interested in improving your resume, practicing your interviewing skills, or searching for a job, the Career Services Center offers a variety of resources to help!
We offer a wide range of programs and services to help you learn about your values, interests, personality, and skills and find the career that is right for you. We can help you explore career paths, find internships, conduct a successful job search, apply to graduate school, and prepare for your first professional job. We want you to find work that is meaningful to you and that will allow your talents, skills and experience to make a difference in the world. Our services are available to you for free throughout your lifetime.
We can help you at any point in your experience at Johnson. There are services and resources to help you:
A cover letter introduces you and your resume to potential employers, churches, or organizations. It is the first document an employer sees, so it is often the first impression you will make. Take advantage of this important first impression and prepare the reader for your application by stating why you are writing, why you are a good match for the job and the organization, and when you will contact the employer.