This system contains graphics. If the web browser program you are using is
not capable of displaying graphics, you should use another browser.
Colors are configurable by the end user in his/her browser setup. If there is
any problem with reading the pages either due to the background or default
colors selected or the monitor type or the resolution, adjust the
option/preferences in your viewer.
Return to the home page by going to the bottom of the current page and
selecting the link "Return to Home Page". Or use the 'Back' button in
your browser to go back to the last page viewed.
To log in to the system. Follow the steps listed below.
- Enter your ID number. It can be your Social Security Number or your
Personal ID Number assigned to you.
- Enter your PIN number, if requested.
- Click once on the Login button.
The dashes (-) are not needed but the field should first be cleared (click on
the 'Clear' button) of any numbers (the default is zeros (0)) before entering
your log in ID number.
LOGIN ATTEMPT FAILED OR ACCESS DENIED.
Web Walk-Up verifies your eligibility to access this system based on the data
in the office running this system. You will either gain access to the system or
be denied. If denied, a message that the Login Attempt Failed is displayed and
possible reasons why are listed.
Check with the office running this system to determine why you were denied
access and how to fix it.
Once in, the first page or menu is displayed. Jump to Schedules or Jobs by
clicking on the link created. Links are displayed in a color that is different
from the normal text color.
You are timed out (that is, logged off the Web Walk Up system) after 60
minutes from original login. You have to log in again at the first Student Login
A Schedule Request, or just Request, is when you take action on a schedule.
There are three types of requests: You 'ask' that your resume be considered for
a future interview, you pick an available time slot or you RSVP to an event
(orientation meeting, etc.)
All actions are requests until the final confirmation is given to you by Web
TYPES OF SCHEDULES
The following are the different types of schedules you may see. Not all of
these will necessarily be available to you or used by the office running this
system. Check with that office for complete information about the types of
schedules available to you.
Pre-selection refers to those schedules where the company reviews the student
information before allowing the student to interview. Another name for this type
of schedule is Prescreen. You request a consideration and are either accepted to
interview or turned down by the company.
The following four types of Pre-select statuses are what you will see when
Reviewing Interview Activity.
OPEN/FIRST COME-FIRST SERVED SCHEDULE REQUEST
Open (or First Come-First Served) schedules are available to those students
which meet a specific criteria as defined by the company. If you meet that
criteria, the action you take is to choose a time slot.
Select an interview time from a list by clicking on the time slot wanted. If
that time is "grabbed" by another student, the 'Time Slot Stolen'
message is displayed. You can pick another time slot.
There are actually two types of bidding (sometimes called Auction) schedules
supported by 1stPlace!. They are Bid Points and Priority Cards.
Web Walk-Up does not collect Bid or Priority requests but does display the
results of the bid (on the schedule or waiting list) when reviewing interviewing
activity. Web Walk-Up displays the following message for any Priority or Bid
The schedule is currently open for collecting bid requests However, this
system is not currently set up for web bid collection.
An Event is a type of schedule used to track RSVPs for a meeting. You can
view and/or act upon an Event through Web Walk-Up.
RSVP by clicking on the link for Attending. If not interested in attending,
simply go back to the previous page.
When Reviewing Interview Activity, you will see the Events (including Date
& Time) for his/her RSVP.
REVIEW INTERVIEWING ACTIVITY
WHAT IS INTERVIEWING ACTIVITY?
Interviewing Activity is information about the schedules for which you have
asked to be considered (Pre-select), have an interview with or any other
information relating to schedules and you.
HOW DO I VIEW MY INTERVIEWING ACTIVITY?
Select the link to review interviewing activity. This page will list the
schedules for which you have taken action. The result of that action is also
listed. That action can be:
VIEWING FUTURE SCHEDULES
WHAT IS A FUTURE SCHEDULE?
Web Walk-Up only displays schedules that have a date in the future. This means
the date for the interview must be tomorrow or later.
WHAT CAN I DO WHEN VIEWING SCHEDULES HERE?
This is the VIEW ONLY section of Web Walk-Up. You can view any schedule in the
future but can not act on the schedule from this option.
HOW DO I VIEW THE SCHEDULE INFORMATION?
To see the Future Schedules, click once on the link "Future
Schedules". If an additional menu exists, click on the the item wanted for
example, All Computer Science Schedules.
The schedules that match the choice are then displayed. Click once on the
link to the desired schedule. View the information about the schedule.
WHAT JOBS ARE DISPLAYED?
Any job, that the office running Web Walk-Up determines, is still available.
This means that the job is not filled or past its application deadline.
WHAT ARE "JOBS THAT MATCH MY QUALIFICATIONS"?
The qualification you must match is the major. Your major must match one of
the job's required majors in order for you to view it.
WHAT ARE "JOBS BY OTHER QUALIFICATIONS"?
Jobs By Other Qualifications simply means jobs sorted by other majors, part
time or full time or any number of other ways. The office running Web Walk-Up
determines the way the jobs are grouped. You can view any of these jobs
regardless of your qualifications.
To view information about a particular job, click on the job wanted (the
link) and Web Walk-Up displays that job's information.
Referral Request is only available if this feature is activated by the office
running Web Walk-Up.
WHAT IS A REFERRAL REQUEST?
A Referral Request is where Web Walk-Up 'asks' you if you want your
information submitted to the company for the job you are viewing.
HOW DO I SUBMIT A REFERRAL REQUEST?
On the page that contains the job description, there is an option to submit
your information. Click on the link to submit your information. If you don't
want your information submitted, simply ignore the link and continue viewing
WHAT HAPPENS IF I DO SUBMIT A REFERRAL REQUEST?
If you have submitted a Referral Request for a job, Web
Walk-Up records this
information. The office running this system is then able to produce a report of
all students whom have requested referrals. The office then can send each
student's information off to the appropriate company.
WHAT IS MY REGISTRATION DATA?
Your Registration Data is the information you supplied to the office either
via a paper form or via an electronic means, for example, Disc Resume
Professional. This information is stored in a database and contains data such
as; name, address, phone number, major, employment preferences, etc. You can
view this information through Web Walk-Up.
Select 'Review Your Registration Data' link in Web
Walk-Up. The information is
split into two areas; demographic (name, address, etc.) and registration (major,
degree, GPA, etc.).
WHAT IS REFERRAL DATA?
Referral Data is the record of all of the times your information has been
sent (referred) to a company. When you view this information through Web
you will see when you requested the referral and information about the company
to which you were referred.
You should keep a record of your referral requests, however, if you do not
have a written log, you can select the 'Review You Referral History' link in Web
Walk-Up. This will provide a listing of all your referrals and information about
the companies for follow up purposes.
The Registration Data section requires that you either fill in data or select
from a list of choices when filling in the data entry fields.
Move from field to field with the Tab key or by positioning your mouse cursor
over the field and clicking once in that field.
Once the cursor is in the appropriate field, you will either type your
response, or select from the list of choices that automatically 'drops down' for
The Registration Data consists of three sections:
- Name and Address Section
- Citizenship and Academic Information
- Skills and Other Employment Qualifiers
The Name and Address section includes information that will be used on your
resume. The fields that are NEVER used on your resume are: Social Security
Number and Personal ID (PIN).
You will select which address (or both) to include on your resume in the
Resume Layout section.
The Citizenship and Academic Information sections are used to help determine
the jobs and schedules for which you are qualified. Be accurate and honest in
your answers. The information you submit here is verified by the office and
Some of the data that is collected is to ensure the equitable serving of a
diverse population. It is collected for statistical purposes only and is not
released to employers, UNLESS YOU INDICATE THE INFORMATION DIRECTLY ON YOUR
This information is:
- Social Security Number
- Date of Birth
- Physically Challenged
The Skills and Other Employment Qualifiers section lets the office staff best
match your skills and qualifications with employers and jobs. This information
is often included with your resume when being referred to employers.
Remember, no list is complete. If you find that you have additional skills or
qualifications not listed in this section, include it in your resume. You can
also re-include the information you select here in your resume. This will
reinforce what assets you will bring to any employer or job.
You MUST save the data you enter by scrolling to the bottom of the page and
clicking on this link. Failure to do so will result in a loss of all information
You must complete the Web Resume (along with the Registration
Data) to be able to view and be referred to
jobs and to
be able to get on the on-campus interview schedules.
Is it very easy to complete a Web Resume. Simply fill out each section (see
menu for section titles) as it pertains to you and be sure to save
and preview. When you are satisfied with the
resume, submit it for admission into the database.
- Change the title to one you prefer.
- Leave the Title of Heading blank. No title will be included.
- Leave an entire section blank. It will not be included in your final
- Personalize your resume by formatting sections as allowed (bulleted lists,
two columns, etc.) in addition to the overall resume format.
- Preview, Preview, Preview. At each addition of information and change of
layout, preview your resume. This will help produce a quality final resume.
- Use fields for information other than labeled, just leave the headings
out, where possible. Then preview the results.
- Make use of the Additional Information sections to extend either your
Employment or Experience sections.
- Change the order of your sections to make the information flow easily.
Use this section to state your career goals and objectives. Keep is short and
sweet. Usually a sentence or two will do the trick.
Remember, save and return to the menu.
Enter your education history here. You have three different education
sections to list three different schools. No need to list anything before High
School, but it is important to list any trade schools, secondary or higher
schools. List the school where you are currently enrolled in the first block.
Notice that the Significant Courses and Honors and Activities sections have
special formatting options available. Try them out. Preview
the resume to see how it looks.
Remember, save and return to the menu.
This section is where you will enter your employment information. You only
have three sections specifically for listing employers, however, you can use the
Additional Information Sections to extend this.
Notice the Responsibilities and Additional Information fields have formatting
options. Try them out. Preview
and see how the
Remember, save and return to the menu.
The Additional Information page has three sections for listing any
information not included in the Education or Employment sections. You can also
use Additional Information as an extension of either the Employment or Education
Notice that the Description field has additional formatting options. Try them
out. Preview your resume to see how it looks.
Remember, save and return to the menu.
The References section is used to note something on your resume about
references being available. You do not include references with your resume, but
you are expected to have a list of references with you at the interview. If you
do not currently have a references, leave the Title of Heading and Description
fields blank. If you do have references, enter a title and put a brief
description such as:
Available Upon Request
Remember, save and return to the menu.
You can select this option and change your formatting at any point in
creating your Web Resume. Each option has a sample, but you will still want to preview
your resume to see how it looks.
You select the Resume Layout Options to apply those styles to the resume
sections (Objective, Education, etc.). The options are applied to all sections.
You can not choose one section with one layout and another section with another
layout. That would not provide you with an appropriately professional resume.
However, the name and address options are different from the resume section
layout choices. You will select which address(es)) to include and how you want the
name and address formatted. You can even select a line to separate your name
from your address and your address from the rest of your resume.
If you are going to want your resume to be scanned by the employer, then you
will need to select Yes for this option. Please note that this WILL restrict
your formatting ability. Bullets, lines, certain fonts, are some of the things
that are not permitted for a resume designed for scanning. This is wholly due to
the way the scanners operate. When a resume (or any document) is scanned, the
software that is scanning it makes certain best guesses about what the letters
or numbers are. To make the resume more readable by the scanner, those items
that are problematic are not permitted.
If you are wanting your resume to be scannable, please preview
it AFTER selecting this option.
You can and should preview your resume before submitting
it. Preview it as often as you need. When you preview your resume, you will see
all of the formatting options you selected and how the resume will look on the
printed page. This is an approximation of how it will print since some variation
will occur due to the printer you have.
To preview your resume, return to the Registration Main Menu and select the
When you have completely verified your resume is complete and you want to
submit it, return to the Registration Main Menu and select the 'SUBMIT
REGISTRATION DATA' link.
Your Registration Data must also be complete at this time. The software will
verify that the required fields of the Registration Data are completed. If not,
you will be reminded and asked to correct the problem now.
After you have submitted your information, the office with which you are
registering will verify the information and either accept the data or reject the
data. If the data is rejected, you will be notified and given the opportunity to
correct the problem. If accepted, you will be given the complete Web Walk-Up menu
and be able to view Jobs