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Port St. Lucie: Career Resources

Fortis Institute 9022 South US 1 Port St Lucie FL34952

FORTIS Career Workshops

Every student is required to take the following four workshops:

Workshops are available every week in one of the following topics:

  1. Résumé Writing
  2. Targeting/Mock Interviews
  3. Character in the Workplace & Professionalism
  4. Portfolios/Exit interviews

Talk to Ruth Ann Duren (Director of Career Services) or Carolina Williams (Career Services Advisor) about signing up for a class. 

Career Services Workshops are every Wednesday at 1 or 4:30 (except final exam weeks) 

Resume Mistakes to Avoid

  • Don't include a personal information, such as your birth date, religion, martial status, hobbies, etc., that have nothing to do with the job.
  • Don't include a picture unless it is required for the position.
  • Don't include false, inaccurate or misleading information about yourself.
  • Don't include the line, "References Available Upon Request."  However, you should have your references listed on a separate document that can be easily supplied if requested.
  • Don't include salary information unless you are specifically asked to include it.
  • Don't use "I" statements when writing phrases.
  • Don't skip over spell checking your resume.  Misspelled words, typos and errors make you appear careless and show that you are not detail oriented.

How to Apply for Federal Work Study

  1. Go to: www.apply2jobs.com/edaff
  2. Narrow to Port St. Lucie.
  3. Choose Work Study position.
  4. Tell Wendy in the Business Office you applied so she can watch for the application.

Career Resources

CareerSource Research Coast is a private, non-profit, Florida corporation with a Board of Directors consisting of private business, economic development and education representatives, community and state agencies, and elected officials. Members of the Board represent the diversity of businesses, organizations and trades that operate in the Research Coast Region, including Indian River, Martin,  and St. Lucie County. We are chartered by the State of Florida to create and manage a workforce development service delivery system responsive to the needs of businesses and career seekers. We offer award-winning programs and partnerships recognized locally, statewide, and nationally. Our staff members are certified workforce professionals often recognized by their peers as leaders in workforce development.

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