Proven Resume Templates and Email Scripts

There’s a lot of noise out their in the job searching industry. Hundreds of people are applying to the same job as you. Hiring managers receive more emails than they can open. Here are proven scripts and templates to break through that noise and get to where you want to go.

1 – A Few Tips

To get started, here are a few tips that you should use whenever you write – whether it be a resume, an email to a potential employer, a thank-you note, etc. These tips will allow you to get your message across in a way that is clear, others can understand, and will put your writing above most others.

2 – The Formula

Use this formula when writing an email, a cover letter, or a resume. It walks you through, step-by-step, how to capture the potential employer’s attention immediately, gain their trust, and then give them some of your next steps to adding value to them and their organization.

3 – Cover Letters

Here are 3 example cover letters (from different industries). Read these cover letters and fill in the blanks with your information – they have been proven and tested.

4 – Outreach Emails

Do you want to get in touch with somebody? Do you want to build your network with people from your industry or community? Well, if you just send an email off and hope for a response, there’s not a great chance you’ll get what you’re looking for. Use these proven “outreach email” scripts to build your network and make those connections that will boost your career.

5 – Resume Templates

Here’s the one you’ve been waiting for – the resume templates. We know that this can be a make-it or break-it point of the interview process. These are proven resume templates specific to military backgrounds, built by hiring managers, that will help you stand above the competition.

6 – Thank You Note

After any sort of meeting or exchange, always send a thank you note or email. Whether it’s after a coffee meeting or an interview, you want to stand out and show proper business etiquette. Check out these thank you note scripts to use after your next meeting or interview.