By On Apr 14, 2018 Student Resume
That’s your most important role as a student in college, so make sure to include the successes you have achieved while studying. If you have high GPA, make sure to include that information in the resume. Describe the serious academic projects you took part in, such as independent studies or senior theses. This will present you as an active learner with skills in presentation, research, and writing
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.
Just because you’re young doesn’t mean you don’t have a lot to offer. What you lack in direct job experience, you may possess through life experience or volunteer work. You can also add fraternities, sports, or club experiences. These activities show employers that you can work as part of a team, have leadership skills, and can interact with others.
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