Be a STAR College Student


Turn your accomplishments in college into career success.

Turn your accomplishments in college into career success

You’ve come a long way. You’ve done some great things. You may only be a college student, but you have a story to tell.

Look back on your experiences, think about some things that  you accomplished during each of them. Use the following questions to discover your strengths, target opportunities, write resumes, network and interview successfully.

  1. What Situation did you face?
  2. What was the Task to be accomplished?
  3. What Actions did you take?
  4. What Results did you achieve?

For example:

S—Situation You Faced—During your student internship at an elementary school, you were put in charge of getting new books for the library with a budget of $50.

T—Task to Accomplish—Raise $300 for new library books to add to the $50 provided by the school.

A—Actions You Took—Organized a library bake sale and had staff and teachers bring in baked goods for parents and students to buy.

R—Results Achieved—Raised $350 from bake sale and had $400 to spend on new books fro the school.

Now, your turn. Think through your experiences and turn them into STAR stories that you can use as you write your resume, network, and interview.  You are a star so shine!

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