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How to write an effective resume
resume is one of your most valuable tools in a
job search. It summarizes your education, work
experience and other qualifications, and often
makes that important first impression about you
with potential employers. As you develop your
resume, be sure to:
the type of position you seek. Employers prefer
candidates who are focused and directed. If you
do not include an objective, you must include
the position title or your area of interest in
your cover letter.
institutions you have graduated from or expect
to graduate from. Begin with the most recent
school, indicating degree, major, minor and
concentrations; and indicate your date of
graduation. Grade point average is optional.
Academic honors and other recognition may be
can be listed chronologically or in order of
relevance to your work objective. Briefly list
your position title, company (city/state), dates
of employment, responsibilities and skills
activities, interests, awards, volunteer
experience and memberships-both school and
non-school related. High school activities may
be included, if you are a freshman or sophomore.
Separately on a
single sheet of paper. Be sure to request the
permission of anyone you list as a reference to
use their names.
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