Career & Resume Advice

students researching jobs online

Do you…

  • have clear career goals?
  • understand the career implications of changing degrees or majors?
  • know about your further study options?

We are here to assist you! Our services are available to both domestic and international students as well as recent graduates and includes career and resume advice.

Career Advice

Our experienced Careers Education Consultants (CECs) are here to help you formulate your strategic career path respective to your current studies.

NOTE
The Careers Advice Hotline has changed how we are delivering our high-quality careers advice. You can now book into a timeslot and a Careers Consultant will get in touch with you. Booking now available at westernsydney.edu.au/careershotline 

Additionally, we have a broad range of resources available to you so you can be completely self-sufficient. Remember, we are still just a phone call away, if you decide that you need more help.

Resume Advice

Resumes (sometimes known as Curriculum Vitae or CV for short) are much more than just a chronological listing of skills and activities. It is your opportunity to promote yourself to potential employers. It is a reflection of how you see yourself and, to the trained reader can portray your values, philosophies and areas of employment interest. So the best person to write your resume is you however we are here to help and offer a range of services and resources to assist you.

Resume review

Step 1 - Review your resume

First, have a check and see whether your resume passes some of the basics such as:

  • Presentation
  • Structure
  • Language & Spelling

Use the resources on CareerHub to follow the resume guide or the Abintegro Resume Builder

Step 2 - Submit your resume for a review:

Upload your resume here to receive a review by a Careers Education Consultant who will provide personalised advice related to your experience.

Upload at https://careerhub.westernsydney.edu.au/Form.aspx?id=244399

Please note – this is NOT an editing service, rather they will advise about the content.  You will receive advice about the content of your resume. Spelling, grammar and formatting will not be corrected.