Below are a variety of resources to help students develop their resumes, and prepare them for their apprenticeship applications and interviews.

Note: The ACC Apprenticeship Office does not work directly with ACC students. If you’re an ACC student interested in an apprenticeship, please contact your department chair.

Use the resources below to help you prepare for your apprenticeship journey.

ACC Career Services

To make an appointment with the Career & Transfer Specialist:

Visit Click on the Appointment Request button and complete the form to schedule an appointment.  You may also upload your resume, cover letter, or job description for review by clicking on the purple “Resume Review” button.

It is recommended that students register for the free Strategies for Today’s Jobs course in advance of their internship semester. See detailed instructions at


Self-Help Articles and Videos

We’ve collected additional video’s and articles listed below to assist you with resumes, soft skills and writing accomplishment statements.

6 Red Flags That Make Recruiters Pass on Your Resume  – this article published by Fast Company, June 2017 discusses the do’s and don’t of resume writing.

5 Ways to Ruin Your Resume  – this article published by Fast Company, June 2017 explores 5 ways you could be sabotaging your resume.

Google Recruiter Resume Tips  – in this article, published by Fast Company, June 2017 A Former Google Recruiter Reveals the Biggest Resume Mistakes.

Soft Skills and You  – This article reviews some of the “soft skills” not often listed in a job posting but are valuable to have. Food for thought …..Consider where you may have exhibited some of these skills and how you can incorporate statements into your resume and interview prep that highlight your “soft skills.”

How to be the Perfect Intern – Internship Success – In this article learn what employers look for when seeking the perfect candidate for the job.

How to be the Best Intern Ever – Now that you landed the internship, here are 10 tips to help you develop your skills, build up your resume and learn to network with people working in your field.

*The ACC Apprenticeship Office does not work directly with students. Career Services is available to help students with their resumes, interview skills development, and LinkedIn.