In just 3 easy steps!
Students and alumni will enhance their resume with a report that includes an evaluation from employers, supervisors, teachers, instructors, internships and others.
After receiving the email from the career center, student and alumni begin the process to engage references by selecting “Professional Reference” and an occupation from a list of professions. Students with limited work history can choose “Student” to engage teachers, instructors and professors. Those who have never been employed or who have been out of the workforce for some time can choose “Returning to workforce”, “Volunteer” or “Other” from the occupation drop-down menu to engage other reference types. You have the ability to engage any type of reference you choose to use.
The student enters the reference’s contact information and a details relating to their interaction with this individual.
careerandtalenthub will automatically generate questions based on the reference type and their interaction with the reference entered in the prior step. Users have the option to delete any of the standard questions that are created for the reference type.
Students and alumni can utilize an important new feature – Users can create specific questions for references relating to their occupation, education or professional activities that will highlight their unique skills and experience. This step allows students and alumni to personalize their ERC, and offer references the opportunity to further comment on the unique nature of their abilities, duties, performance and accomplishments in the work environment and outside of work as a student, volunteer, intern, etc.
careerandtalenthub will create a personalized E-Reference Check Report for students and alumni with the responses from their references, which will highlight experience, work performance and abilities that will help the student standout from the crowd.
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