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Job search success in 1, 2, 3
Learn how to use the Rule of Three to land your dream job.
Why did you apply for this job?
Set yourself apart with a résumé tailored to your future employer.
Career: Leverage your love of golf to get a job
Job seekers who know how to show their appreciation of and dedication to the game of golf have a leg up on the competition.
Career: Know why
Qualifications and skills are only part of the equation. Communicate your “why” in career documents and job interviews to propel yourself to the top of the candidate list.
Career: Tell your teamwork stories
Try these tactics to demonstrate teamwork skills throughout your résumé and career documents to catch an employer’s eye.
Career: Phone interview preparation and success
The phone interview is often the first hurdle in the job interview process. Dial in to these strategies to ace your next call.
Career: Craft a customer-focused résumé
For a résumé that resonates, emphasize how your skills and career achievements reflect a commitment to customers.
Career: Get an edge with environmental expertise
Spotlight your environmental and sustainability-related skills to stand out from a packed pool of golf course superintendent job candidates.
Career: Cover letters for golf course superintendents
Make a positive first impression on a prospective employer with these tips for writing an effective cover letter.
Career: Not overqualified — just well prepared
Leverage your hard-earned skills and experience without being dismissed as overqualified.
Career: Ready, set, résumé!
Revise your résumé using these three strategies to help distinguish yours from the others in the applicant pile.
Career: The elevator pitch
Have a brief but strategic career message at the ready to capitalize on any chance encounters with influential people in the industry.
Professionalism: Small steps equal big results
The somewhat elusive quality of “professionalism” plays a key role in landing (and excelling in) a job.
Career planning: Turn goals into reality
Your professional aspirations in golf course management will come within closer reach if you revisit and refine them more frequently than just to update your résumé.
10 things I wish they’d taught me in turf school
Classroom education can only take a turf manager so far. A longtime superintendent shares the informal, real-world lessons that have helped him achieve sustained success.