Give your résumé the once-over and make sure it shows you in the best light. We aren't looking for just anyone. So make sure your résumé is ready for game day.
- Show us your best and only your best. Cut the fat from your résumé and keep it to a page.
- Prioritize what you do have. Always best foot forward.
- Note the impact of any previous positions, not just the facts.
- It all matters. If you have something you're proud of outside of work, let us know.
- Keep it simple.
Internship Application Tips
- One-page résumé.
- Include degree, schools, graduation year, and contact information.
- Recent work experiences, internships, and organizational involvement communicates the impact you made on the team, and the skills you utilized to accomplish those results.
- Creative résumés are accepted, but are not mandatory for any of our design, marketing, or brand positions.
- Include links to projects, websites, or blogs that may display your talents.
- Design and Creative applicants are encouraged to include experiences and proficiency levels with programs and software such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Gerber Patternmaker, etc.
- We recommend that you submit your résumé and any other documents as a PDF file.
- Cover letters can be addressed to the University Recruiting Team.
Design & Creative Internship Portfolio Tips
- Show variety and versatility; display different styles and techniques.
- Tailor your portfolio to the work indicated in our descriptions, or our business.
- We encourage active wear and examples of the brand.
- Make it easily accessible either online or in PDF format.