How to Writing a Resume / Curriculum Vitae

Format a Resume Tips
Resumes should be kept to one page and should be easy to read. It is important to keep the formatting consistent and use a legible font, usually in the 10 to 12 size range. You can choose from three popular formats, or create your own. It’s best to choose a format that will best highlight your work experiences and skills:
  • Chronological Resume: This format focuses on your work experience, listing them from most to least recent.
  • Functional Resume: This format highlights your skills by using categories or headings to separate particular skills you have. Each category includes three to four descriptive statements about your responsibilities and duties and the results you achieved.
  • Combination Resume: This format highlights skills and experiences first, followed by your employment history from most to least recent.

Write a General Resume Tips

  • A resume is a snapshot of your interests, skills, and accomplishments.
  • Use action verbs to describe your strengths, experiences and interests.
  • Proofreading is important. Ask a school counselor, teacher, administrator, mentor, or family member to review your resume for any spelling or grammatical errors.
  • If relevant, include your foreign language skills and computer skills (e.g. Microsoft Word).
  • Continue to track your experiences and update the content in your resume. It is important to make sure the content is tailored to the position you are applying for.
  • Your resume should include your contact information. If needed, create a professional email on a platform, such as Gmail.
  • Your resume should include the most relevant experience for the desired position. When appropriate, your resume can even include community service involvement and babysitting.

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