Veterinary Cover Letters
JUDGING A BOOK BY ITS COVER
What your cover letter says about you.
By Bree Montana, DVM, VIN Foundation Vets4Vets® Program Leader
COVER LETTER TIP
- Address it personally to the recipient
- Keep it brief
- Be honest and upbeat
- Make it interesting and relevant
- Avoid exaggerations
- Customize it to each specific position
The job search experience can be uncomfortable and intimidating, but you aren’t alone.
Job hunting can be a stress filled experience, having a bomb-proof cover letter can help.
You will “dress to impress” for your job interview; likewise, your resume needs to look professional.
A practical guide to the mentoring relationship. Here we’ll be walking through some tips for developing successful mentoring relationships.
Everyone has a first day at work, and if this is your first mentoring experience you may be feeling similar jitters.
Relationships are always a two-way street. In order for your mentor to help you effectively, there are some things you’ll need to do.