APPLY (resumes, cover letters, grad school, CVs)

Learn how to develop top notch materials to use when applying for internships, part-time/full-time jobs, or professional programs.


Check out all the the different resources we have to help you develop strong application materials. We want to help you land that job, internship, admission, or whatever you may be applying to!

How to Access Services

Drop-in Model: Stop by Ceres Hall 306 Monday through Friday anytime between 9:00 am – 4:00 pm for assistance.

Make an Appointment: Schedule and appointment for Career Services through Bison Advise.

Get feedback: Fill out our CAC Document Review Form to get feedback on resumes, cover letters, CVs, and more.

Email: All services are offered via email. So if students are away from campus, taking classes online, or commuting to NDSU, they may find email interactions to be more useful. Reach out via email at

Phone:  Calls can be made to the Career and Advising Center main line at 701-231-7111.


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I promise, its not the same as a Resume.
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By Dibyanshu Tibrewal
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The Career and Advising Center’s biggest event, the Fall Career Expo is coming up this week! The Career Expo is a great place for students to create connections in their field. This is your one stop shop for all the …

By Elizabeth Beckstrom
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Resume Tip: Only Put What’s Best

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