How To Make Your Architecture Job Application Stand Out To Land The Interview
By Brandon Hubbard
Architecture requires years of education and dedication to succeed in the profession. It is fair to say that the culmination of all of this effort is landing the job you want. Therefore, putting together a targeted, relevant application is well worth the investment of your time and effort.
Provided throughout this guide are hints, tips and tricks on how to create an application that gets noticed. You will learn from discussions with some of the world’s top architecture hiring managers to help you land an interview.
Step by step methods to get your architecture application to the top of the pile.
REAL WORLD RESULTS
Answers to what top companies like Zaha Hadid Architects and Snohetta look for in applicants.
How to prepare architecture cover letters, resumes and application portfolios
Learn how and where to apply online even with little or no experience.
Learn techniques to get excellent letters from your references.
The best ways to submit your applications for your particular situation.
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A Guide For All Career Levels
The Architect's eGuide To Applications consists of information for people of all career levels whether you are just starting out on your architecture career or have been working for years. This guide will benefit you and dramatically transform your application into effective, engaging documents.
A Guide Based On Facts
This guide was written based off of cold, hard facts. These are not opinions or ideas made up on a whim. The information in this book was provided by actual architecture hiring managers who have been working in the industry for decades. They have seen thousands of applications and they know what gets noticed.
A Word From The Author
"Regardless of your experience this guide will show you how to correctly address the common and not-so-common issues with your job applications to help you land an interview."