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How to Write A Campus Recreation Resume According to Dwight Schrute

All Staff Training Jan 2013

Kellie Gerbers

on 13 January 2013

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Transcript of How to Write A Campus Recreation Resume According to Dwight Schrute

How to Write a Campus Recreation Resume Dwight Schrute Presents With help from
Kellie Gerbers & Jen McKee To me, success is simply the opposite of failure.

Read more: The Office Dwight Schrute Quotes - Lessons from Dwight Shrute - Esquire http://www.esquire.com/features/what-ive-learned/the-office-dwight-schrute-0109#ixzz2HUnEUtbU My name is Dwight K. Schrute. How would I describe myself?

Three words.

Hard working, alpha male, jackhammer...merciless...insatiable. Learn your rules. Rule 1: When writing your resume, be original. Format I can spot templates from a mile away. I am fast. To give you a reference point I am somewhere between a snake and a mongoose…and a panther. Fact. No templates. Your resume format should create interest! Question. Content Rule 7: Turn tasks into skills. Content Rule 5: Know your "money beets." Make sure you are prioritizing the skills that are most likely going to get you the job. Content Rule 6: Bears, beets, Battlestar Galactica, action verbs. "Yes I have acted before. I was in a production of “Oklahoma!” in the 7th grade. I played the part of Mutey the Mailman. They had too many kids so they made up roles like that. I was good." Rule 2: Your resume CAN be more than 1 page, but make sure its relevant. Format Format http://www.bc.edu/offices/careers/skills/resumes/verbs.html Management
Teaching BAD. BETTER. Question. A few notes...
You can format your resume by chronology or functionality.
Most people discourage including your GPA--if a school wants it, they'll get it from your transcript.
No crazy email addresses. Keep it professional and mature. Fact. I am an exemplary employee. To write a successful resume, there are 40 rules that every Schrute boy must learn. I'm going to give you 10. Format Rule 3: Your resume has to have categories. Why tip someone for a job I'm capable of doing myself? I can deliver food. I can drive a taxi. I can, and do, cut my own hair. I did however, tip my urologist, because I am unable to pulverize my own kidney stones. Identification Education Experience Personal Rule 4. Keep it classy. Content Rule 8: Keep it CURRENT. List memberships (i.e. NIRSA), presentations, and certifications, but be cautious of listing things that have expired. I should list my CPR for Lay Responder course that expired in 2004. Need Help? Use descriptive language that answers the questions "what?" and "so what?" so that your prospective employer understands why that skill is relevant to the position.

All Campus Recreation skills are TRANSFERABLE--figure out how to make yours work for the jobs you seek. Rule 9: Identify your resources...or alliances. http://www.career.fsu.edu/employment/resumes/resume-guide.html http://www.nirsa.org/content/navigationmenu/students/resumeinterviewletterofapplicationtips/resume_interview_l.htm (and talk to your supervisor!) And Lastly... Rule 10: Know the difference between a black bear and a brown bear. Questions and Discussion D.W.I.G.H.T
Determined, Worker, Intense, Good worker, Hard worker, Terrific.
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