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Tiara Tyree

When you're a college student or recent graduate it can be a challenge to figure out what to include on your resume. However, most college students don't have an extensive employment history and employers don't expect you to have significant work experience.

If you're not sure what to include, do some brainstorming about all of your past experiences, including work-related positions, any volunteering you may have done, academic experience, extracurricular activities, internships, and any awards or special recognition you may have received.

Once you have constructed a list of all your experience, do include the jobs you have held and also include other relevant information on your resume, including your college information (school, expected graduation date, major/minor), summer jobs, volunteer experiences, internships, related classes, projects, extracurricular activities, and your skills that pertain to the position you're applying for.

Answered 2 years ago

Tiara Tyree
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Aaron Stamp

If by college resume you mean getting IN to college, then you need to focus on your academic achievements first and foremost. GPA, test scores, relevant academic clubs, honors, and so forth.

2nd should be sports. I believe sports/athletics always trump clubs in the views of committee's, and a healthy dosing of both usually means you were preparing for college since 9th grade. Good for you!

If no sports - clubs/organizations. This is also considered volunteer work in my opinion. It's not that important but it could mean the difference between selecting two otherwise identical candidates.

Answered 2 years ago

Aaron Stamp
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Jorge Raziel Ortiz

On a resume you want to summarize, what you are looking for, your education, work experience and other relevant accomplishments or information that an employer would want to see. I would go online and search for examples. There are a ton of them.

Answered 2 years ago

Jorge Raziel Ortiz