Tips for Archiving your Documents.
It’s tough to remember all the dates and details compiled in your resume. It takes time and effort to format those important pages that often serve as your introduction to future employers.
Archive your resume, and save yourself the frustration of having to recreate the document from scratch. There are many different ways to create a back-up, and here are a few:
- Save a copy to a USB. Available for purchase in the Resource Room;
- Email a copy to yourself as an attachment; or
- Use a secure online storage option, such as Drop Box.
Virtual archives are the best option since you access your information over the internet, there is no need to remember where you left a disk or stick, and your data is available anywhere and anytime.
Please remember, it is your responsibility to store your resume. Due to privacy regulations, our policy has changed; The Career Centre does not archive your personal information and we no longer store client files, including resumes and cover letters.
Ask Career Centre staff for assistance to set up your personal archive.