Phatferd wrote:Should I bring a resume and cover letter or just a resume for sit down meeetings?
No need for a cover letter. You generally send that in along with your resume when you submit it, in order to get an interview.
Phatferd, if you ever have trouble getting everything on one page, do what I do. Have a master Resume with EVERYTHING you could ever want to put on it. Make it as long as you want. There's a name for this type of resume, but I can't place my finger on it. It's not the CV, it's the other type that's much less frequently used. But, then, when you're applying for jobs, start a new document, copy and paste your master Resume into it, and tailor it to the job you're applying for until it's down to the front of 1 page again. It's a great way to make sure you're not forgetting anything you may have previously nixed from your resume that could be helpful for a job you're applying for now.
Also, I haven't forgotten about my resume format. I'll be back in Albany tomorrow evening and if I don't remember then, definitely this weekend.