By On Mar 24, 2018 Student Resume
Your resume descriptions will require precise language that should sound professional, but represent your personality at the same time. Achieving that tone is the most challenging aspect of writing resumes – anyone could take inventory of their experience, but not everyone can make them sound in a way that will make the employer think “That’s exactly what I need!
You don’t want to list references on your actual student resume, but it’s important that you are able to provide at least three positive referrals. Be sure to talk to previous employers, instructors, coaches, or community leaders in advance before listing them as a reference. You don’t want them to be taken off guard when a potential employer calls to ask about you. Plus, it’s common courtesy to ask permission before providing names and contact information.
When you describe your experiences relevant for a specific job, you should present yourself as an active persona. Add powerful impressions to your statements with action verbs that will represent your skills, such as trained, learned, organized, wrote, interviewed, oriented, researched, led, evaluated, calculated etc.
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