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Think about the jobs you want to target at those job fairs and tailor your resume to those jobs. Being a freshman in college, companies know that your experience will be limited. Play up your interest in their fields by showing volunteer experience, courses taken, etc.
Did you do any sports or clubs in high school? Companies at college career fairs look for things like after school activities because it shows you are a team player. List out any awards or accomplishments from high school as well.
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Do a search for "resume template for college students" and you will get some ideas for formatting and content.
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Nicole Olivia Jackson
I would go to your local library and see what they have. There are numerous books on resume preparation that are extremely helpful. You can also google resumes and check out some articles on how to properly write and format them. I personally found the library's resources to be the most effective.
One more thing, you can list projects that you have done and volunteer experience to make up for inexperience. That will at least show them that you are involved.
Create a Functional Resume with a branding statement about yourself showing your strengths, achievements, talents. Show your potentials as to how you can contribute to the company in its mission and will be a great asset for the company if they hire you.
List the courses of major study and projects that you did with details of achievement in terms of percentages.
List your soft skills, computer skills and any other technical skills.
List your jobs including volunteer and internships.
List your awards and honors at school.
Back it up with Recommendation Letters from your professors.
The Career/Job Placement Services department of your college should be able to assist you.
You can use volunteer experience and professional experiences that allowed you to put your leadership traits to action. Also any clubs that your are President or chair of in college can help build a stronger resume.