Land your dream job
Microsoft, career expert Maxie McCoy, and digital print and design company MOO have joined forces to bring you the tools, advice and inspiration you need to begin your career doing something you love.
MOO is an award-winning digital print and design company that is passionate about making great design available to everyone. Offering premium quality print products, MOO focuses on helping its customers create, share or promote their professional identity.
Maxie is a writer and speaker obsessed with giving you the tools you need to believe in yourself. She leads audiences across the world, delivering motivational messages and practical action to tens of thousands of individuals so they can go on to create extraordinary careers.*
Microsoft is the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world, and its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.
Resume & cover letter templates in Microsoft Word
Designed by MOO, Inspired by Maxie McCoy
Writing your resume and cover letter is tough enough, but formatting can be even harder. Our new templates were designed to help you get noticed and land a stellar job this summer. Each template is customizable to your needs. Just head to the Design tab of the ribbon to change the color scheme in a couple clicks.
To get started: Choose the template you’d like to download and open it in Microsoft Word. You can also find the templates right within Word by clicking File, New, and then typing “Designed by MOO” in the Search Bar.*
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Crisp and Clean
Digital resume, portfolio, & blog post templates in Sway
Inspired by Maxie McCoy
Fancy online portfolios, resumes, and blogs are not just for the pros. Digital storytelling app Sway will do the heavy lifting so you can show off your work.
To get started: Choose the Sway you’d like to use. To make it your own, click the ellipses in the upper-right corner to sign in with a free Microsoft account, then click the pencil that appears in the upper-right corner to get started editing.
Inspiration and advice
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