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Prepare a resume and cover letter as per the instructions given attached pdf

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Welcome to GPS and welcome to the program! This first discussion board is the opportunity to introduction yourself to your peers and your professor as well as  a chance to build you personal network. Here are the guidelines for this discussion board:

1) In at least one paragraph (minimum 200 words), introduce yourself to the class. Tell us your name, what you study, what you hope to get out of this program, any goals you have set for yourself, any hobbies you enjoy doing, etc! Give us a sense of who you are.

2) After you post your introduction, make sure to comment on at least 3 of your peers’ posts.

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Prepare a resume and cover letter as per the instructions given attached pdf

NOTE :: Resume and cover letter FIT to the page ( please read instructions carefully )

Prepare Resume and cover letter stream of computer science

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Cover Letter Draft Assignment
In the working world, your cover letter is another vital tool in the job search. For this assignment
you will need to upload a draft of a cover letter. If you have a cover letter already written, then
you may use that for this assignment. If not, you will need to write a new cover letter.
The cover letter is a chance for hiring managers to learn a little bit about you as the candidate.
Unlike a resume, a cover letter is more personal and should convey more about your personality
and your interest in the position to which you are applying. Below are some guidelines for you to
follow:
 Your cover letter can only be 1 page long. Many employers will not read beyond the
first page.
 You should address the letter to someone specific using their formal title and either their
full name or their surname. For example: “Dear Mr. Smith,” “Dear Ms. Singh,” “Dear
Ms. Jennifer Meadows,”
 Your cover letter should be around 4-5 paragraphs. You can follow this format:
o Paragraph 1: Introduce yourself and inform them why you are writing.
o Paragraphs 2&3: Discuss your experiences and interests and why they make you a
good candidate for the position.
o Paragraph 4: Consider the next steps of the process and thank them for their time.
 At the end, sign off with your full name.
 Proofread! You should not have basic typos or awkward syntax.
Remember, for this assignment, you can use a cover letter that you already have. Include the
content listed above and make it all fit onto a single page. You will be able to find examples
using the Blackboard resources. Feel free to reach out to your instructor if you have any
questions or doubts concerning the assignment.
Resume Draft Assignment
In the working world, your resume is often your primary tool in the job search. For this
assignment you will need to upload a draft of your current resume. If you do not have a resume
already, then you will need to make one. If you do already have a working resume then you may
submit that.
Everybody’s resume will look a little different. Every person has different experiences, skills,
and education. One should prioritize how they convey that information on their resume. With
that said, your resume should meet the following criteria:
1. Your resume can only be 1 page long. You need to share the most important
information. Many employers will not read beyond the first page of a resume if they
asked for a one-page resume.
2. Your name should feature prominently at the top of the page. Those reading your resume
should never have to look for your name.
3. Your resume should include your experience (former and/or current jobs, internships,
projects), your skills (languages, certifications, etc), and your education (Graduate and
Undergraduate programs, not secondary school). You should arrange your experience,
skills, and education deliberately. Ask yourself: How do you want to value the
information? How do you want to represent it?
4. Proofread! You should not have basic typos or awkward syntax.
You should also consider the design of the resume. It’s unfortunate to say, but if your resume is
hard to read, looks unprofessional, or is just poorly arranged, then it’s going to reflect poorly on
you as a respective job candidate. Here are some tips for approaching the design of your resume:
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Use a font that is easy to read. If you choose a difficult font, then people are less likely to
read through your resume closely.
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Use the space on the page deliberately and efficiently. Remember that you only have one
page to use. You should be using the whole page. Resumes with a lot of empty space
make it seem like the candidate is underqualified.
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Be careful using resume templates from the internet. If you use a template, it will
probably make your resume look good; however, when people get templates off the web,
it means that many others do as well. You want your resume to be unique to you and if
you use a template then there is a good chance hundreds of other candidates have a
resume that look just like yours.
Remember, for this assignment, you can use the resume you already have. Include the content
listed above, consider the design of that content, and make it all fit onto a single page. You will
be able to find examples of resumes using the Blackboard resources. Feel free to reach out to
your instructor if you have any questions or doubts concerning the assignment.
STUDENT’S NAME
Email:
Phone:
Linkedin:
Dynamic, agile postgraduate with an MS in Computer Science keen to utilize skills
developing responsive and robust web apps to address problems that satisfy final users.
Motivated to learn from senior developers while providing unique ideas in a setting like Odoo
that fosters personal advancement.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
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C++
CSS
Ms Word
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Java
Linux
Work Ethic
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Python
Wordpress
Quick learner
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Swift HTML
Excel
SQL
WORK EXPERIENCE
Starbucks – Full Stack Engineer Intern
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City
Built Angular components for a customer-facing web app, reducing page load time by
3 minutes.
Developed database schemas, saving the company over $7,500 in implementation
costs.
MSA – Full Stack Engineer Intern
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Developed a Selenium-based unit testing infrastructure for a client web application,
reducing the number of bugs reported by the client by 14%.
Updated documentation while triaging user issues, increasing efficiency by 10%
PROJECT COMPLETED
Created Poker Simulation
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Using open source cards, I created a full-stack web app that allows users to simulate
and visualize the outcomes of poker hands against opponents with varying play styles.
In Python, I used sci-kit learn to model possible outcomes under various scenarios.
Created Cryptocurrency Price Tracker
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Used API calls to access various applications and stored data in the backend
PostgreSQL database
Used D3.js to let users view price changes over time periods in real-time
EDUCATION
Date
University of ________ M.S., Computer Science
City
Date
University of ________ B.S., Computer Science
City

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