If you are an Apple-know-it-all, or at least a huge Apple support fan, you may want to work for the giant itself, Apple. If you do, you better be ready for it. The first thing you’ll need to have in order is your resume. Without the correctly geared resume, you won’t get a second glance. If you’re fresh out of school or still looking for an entry level position, there are five things you need to do to be considered.
Here are the top 5 things your resume needs to have to work for Apple:
- An Ivy League or top school. If not, then find an alum who can refer you to get your foot in the door.
- A related internship. Hopefully, you interned or had previous experience related to Mac tech support, Apple help desk, customer service, web design or whatever your job role you’re going for.
- College majors that are relevant to Apple. Computer science takes the cake followed by Finance, Accounting, and Marketing.
- Relevant community service. Yes, serving food to those who are in need is a great way to give back to your community, but Apple wants to see how you gave your free time to a website project, or computer network setup. That shows passion.
- Get a professor’s letter of recommendation. Apple prides itself as a training and development powerhouse so high praises from a top university’s professor speaks volumes.
The good news is your G.P.A. is not a showstopper if it’s not good. Yes, it can’t be terrible, but the good news is you won’t be cut immediately if you didn’t earn a 3.5 or higher score. Give it a shot, gear your resume to work for Apple. Hey, if you don’t make the cut, New York Computer Help looks for NYC computer technicians with solid experience and a dynamite personality!