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Patrick Chang

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I can work with you to craft a resume. If you're a college student with no prior working experiences, then your resume should focus on the courses you're taking and how you relate what you learned in the classroom to a job opening. You also need to write a cover letter, tailored to the job position you have in mind.

Answered 3 years ago

Patrick Chang
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Jim

Congratulations on getting into college.

To write a resume, don't stress out or think you need to "reinvent the wheel".

Here are three good ideas. Pick one and make a goal to implement it by the end of this week.

1) The best way to do this is to visit your career center or business department of your college. Ask them directly for resume writing assistance and they should be able to sit down with you and go through it.

2) Another option is to do a Google Image search for "internship resume" and "internship cover letter". Use those as a template (basically, follow the same format that they used and put your information in a way that works).

3) Use YouTube to search for the best way to build a resume.

The most important thing is that you take action. Pick one of these three and get started *now* on working on it. Best of luck.

Answered 3 years ago

Jim