Resumes & Cover Letters (Mobile Devices)
Below are instructions for creating a resume or cover letter on Google Docs through a mobile device.
An email account with Gmail is required.
- Go to the app store on your mobile device, search for Google Docs and download the application.
- When opening the application, you will be required to input your Gmail account information.
- Find the colored cross (usually on the bottom towards the right side of the screen) and press the cross.
- It will give you the option to either Choose Template or create a New Document, the Choose Template option will give you design options, and the New Document option will allow you to create your own design and categories.
- If you chose New Document, you can start adding categories and their information.
- If you chose Choose Template, it will give you Resume and Letter options. Click on the design you like best. When the page opens, delete the default information and input your own information in the spaces and categories offered.
- When finished, wait a moment and your document will automatically be saved on the page. Review your document for accuracy and make sure it is correct.
- Once you are ready, you can send your document by email by simply pressing the top arrow on the left side of your screen.
- Find your document in the list and click the three dots below your document. Press Send a copy, press PDF, and then press OK. On the page that appears, click Email and then add the email of the place or person where you have to send it. Press Send.
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For those not eligible for federal aid and who do not have a Social Security number.
Growing Together has partnered with TEDC Creative Capital, George Kaiser Family Foundation, Schusterman Family Foundation, Atento Capital, and Tulsa Latin American Chamber of Commerce with the goal of creating a loan fund for business owners or self-employed individuals. from the Latino community of Tulsa, who have been negatively affected by COVID-19. The Mi Gente Loans are now available.
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