Interview & Resume Help

Submitting your application in Workday:

Once you have found a job that you are interested in on the Student Job Board you will need to apply to the posting. If you have never logged into that portal before, you will create a new login using your SNHU email address. If you have logged in before to apply for another position, you can sign into that account again and update your application information.
 
Resume:
 
Not all our positions require a resume when applying, but we would encourage you to have one created or be prepared to talk about your experience with the hiring manager. Our Career Development Center is a great resource to help you build your resume.
 
Interviewing:
 
Many employers will request an interview after reviewing your application information. Whether you are doing a phone, video/Skype, or in-person interview and regardless of if it is an on or off campus position, you should treat your interview seriously. Just like resume help, our Career Development Center can help you prepare for the interview! Here are a few important tips:
  • Prepare – Research the employer you will be interviewing with and practice answering some common interview questions.
  • Make a Good First Impression – Dress to impress!  You should aim to convey an image of professionalism, authority and competence.
  • Be On Time – You should arrive (or have your video/phone equipment ready) 10 – 15 minutes before the scheduled time of the interview.
  • Ask Questions – Try to prepare a few questions for the employer at the end of the interview.
​Contact Us:
workstudy@snhu.edu: Questions on your work-study award and all general questions
k.blaisdell1@snhu.edu: Email Keanyn Blaisdell in Human Resources for any questions on hiring paperwork and Workday time entry
payroll@snhu.edu: Questions about paychecks
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