Career center launches virtual resume feedback platform

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The Center for Career Services on Friday announced a new partnership with VMock, an online platform that offers personalized feedback on resumes.

Students can now get personalized feedback on their resumes without visiting the career center’s on-campus office.

The Center for Career Services announced Friday a new partnership with VMock, an online platform that offers personalized feedback on resumes. The website allows students to upload and receive criticism on their resumes or utilize templates to build one, according to an email to students Friday.

The site also rates students’ resumes and compares each score to those of peers, the email states.

Several other higher education institutions partner with VMock for resume feedback, including Carnegie Mellon, Northeastern and Northwestern universities.

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