Communication is the ability to effectively exchange thoughts and ideas with others through listening, speaking, writing, and nonverbal interactions. Your communication, whether it be in-person or via phone/e-mail is one of the first opportunities to showcase your strengths and value to a potential employer or graduate program. If you are graduating soon, be sure to use an e-mail address that you will still have access to when communicating via e-mail.
If you are graduating soon, be sure to use an e-mail address that you will still have access to when communicating via e-mail.
Use the professional communication guide below to find sample communication for:
- Networking Correspondence
- Informational Interview
- To Say Thank You
- Business Cards
- Letters of Recommendation
- The Job Search
- Upcoming Interview
- Additional Time to Accept Offer
- Accelerated Offer Timeline
- Accepting a Job Offer
- Declining a Job Offer
- Best Practices
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