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Chapter 7: Write Job Applications

CAREER ACTION WORKSHEET

7-1 Create an Application Data Sheet


A preprinted application form requires information that will not be on your resume.
Below, you will create an application data sheet. When you fill out multiple job
applications, this will allow you to easily copy and paste the information from this
application data sheet and your plain-text resume.
PART A: Use this Career Action Worksheet to collect commonly requested information.
The textbook companion site has a form for recording the information.
Remember: A completed employment form is an official document, and you can be
denied employment or fired if you aren’t truthful about the information you supply,
including details about previous jobs. Your signature indicates that the information is
complete and accurate.

Name Kylee Kilgore

Street Address 8655 Bridgewood blvd APT 5217

City West Des Moines

State Iowa

Zip Code 50266

Social Security Number **NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT**

Email Address Kyleekilgore04@gmail.com

Phone Number 515-490-9309

Days available to work Depends on my school schedule

Hours available to work Up to 24


Type of Visa Click or tap here to enter text.
If not a US Citizen, Type of
Visa and Expiration Date?

Expiration Date Click or tap here to enter text.

If Armed Forces: Specialty Click or tap here to enter text.

Date Entered Click or tap here to enter text.

Date Discharged Click or tap here to enter text.

Criminal History* Conviction

*You do not have to complete Nature of Offense


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this section here, but be aware
that many employers ask for
this information.
State Where Offense
Occurred

Sentence

Foreign Language Skills Language Click or tap here to enter text.

Skill Level Click or tap here to enter text.


*ADD 3 MORE ITEMS OF
YOUR OWN CHOOSING
HERE (See Part B below)
Most recent job Starbucks

Completed schooling In college Click or tap here to enter text.


Have you applied here Click or tap here to
Click or tap here to enter text.
before? enter text.

PART B: Find several job application forms for jobs in your industry, either from online or
paper copies from local employers. As you review these applications, find three more
items that you can add in the left column of your application data sheet. Then fill in
your data on the right.
In addition to your plain text resume, this Career Action Worksheet will allow you to
easily copy and paste information into multiple job applications.

Add your completed work to the “About Jobs” section of your Career Builder Files.

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7-2 Create Your Reference List
Review your network and identify the following possible references who you think
would be able to vouch for you, professionally or personally:

Phone Number
Relationship Name Email Address Agreed?

Former Managers

Former Coworkers Bree Huss-tiles

Instructors and Chef Mike Dell Don’t have it


Other Academic
Mentors

Chef Austin Don’t have it


Bailey

Organization
Presidents or
Leaders (Volunteer,
School, etc.)

Reach out to these references with an email or phone call and ask if they would agree to
be a reference as you continue your job search. This conversation is a good time to bring
them up to date on what you’re doing and catch up on their activities as well.

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Also, be thinking about who may be willing to write a letter of recommendation for you.
When you are asking if someone will be a reference for you, consider asking if they
would be willing to write a letter of recommendation on your behalf.

Add your completed work to the “About Jobs” section of your Career Builder Files.