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Create Your Portfolio

Setting yourself apart in the job and graduate school market requires more than a solid academic performance — it requires organization, communication, writing and interpersonal skills. Our career experts demystify the process and offer an array of resources to help you create a personal portfolio that helps you put your best foot forward no matter what job or program you seek. 


Resumes and letters are often the first impression you make on a potential employer. We’ll show you how to organize your experience, skills and background to make sure that first impression is a lasting one.

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Resume Writing and Tips

YOUR ONLINE IMAGE  LinkedIn & Facebook

The best skills in the world won’t get you the job if your online image is in question. Make sure your online image is as professional and polished as you are.

Get tips for a sharper online image.

Your Online Image:  LinkedIn and Facebook


Is graduate school right for you? Can you afford it? What are the best programs? Should you go now or go later? We have answers.

Get our graduate school guide.

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Events & Workshops

  • Sep 30
    Session on how to present yourself quickly and succinctly when you have a captive audience for a short time
    6:30 p.m.

    Princeton Room, Daly's Dining Hall

  • Oct 1
    Join our Outcomes successful alumnus Ryan Guth ’06, Director of Choral Music, Marlboro Middle School and Founder, Voiceworks, for a session that will offer you 50 topics for success as a new graduate.
    6:30 p.m.

    Talbott 2

  • Oct 2
    Rider undergraduate, graduate students and alumni will have a chance to market themselves to prospective employers.
    11:00 a.m.

    Student Recreation Center

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Resume Labs & Drop Ins

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