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Copy of Resume 101 - How to Construct Your Basic Resume

A section by section description of the KEY ELEMENTS of a thorough yet concise resume. This is not exhaustive but will hopefully give you a firm grasp on how to construct/adjust your resume from a EVALUATORS perspective. **Use your best judgment** gl..
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Yegor Nadvornyy

on 5 September 2014

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Transcript of Copy of Resume 101 - How to Construct Your Basic Resume

Resume Essentials
Current Contact Information
Education
-- Relevant Coursework
Experience
Leadership & Affiliations
Skills
-- Interests are optional
Example 1
Example 2
Resume 101
Albert Cruz - SEO Recruiting Manager
Contact Information
- Reasonably sized name
- Current mailing address
-- permanent mailing address **optional**
- Mobile/Home/Cell phone number
- Personal/School email address
-- email name should be simple
Function of a Resume
- Presents your best Professional/Academic Self
- Concisely guides the interviewer
-- formatted & spaced well
- Starts a conversation based on your:
-- quantifiable & qualitative experiences
-- current abilities -- future capabilities
-- accomplishments -- passion/desire
Common Resume Pitfalls
- Errors & inconsistencies:
-- grammatical -- typos -- formatting
-- alignment -- dates -- font sizes/styles
- Objective [not needed]
- High School Information [not needed]
- Exaggerations
- Dates: January 2009 – 7/2009
- Correct/consistent verb tense
Education
- Must list:
-- cumulative GPA
-- expected Graduation: [Month, Year]
- Helpful to list school related honors, scholarships, relevant coursework, etc.
- Any study abroad, previous colleges, research roles or certificates can be listed
- Courses should:
-- be transferrable to the desired role
-- show advanced abilities/knowledge
- Course purpose must be clear to:
-- a professional in your field
-- somebody not at your university
Relevant Coursework
- Experiences should be paid or professionally related
- Quantify (i.e., 10 sales, 35% increase, $500 in revenue)
- Start with an 1) action-verb that describes 2a) what you did or 2b) how you did something then state the 3a) purpose or 3b) result if necessary
- Do not overkill an experience
-- 3 to 4 bullets is sufficient
- Less is more & white space is your friend
- Describe your direct contribution
- Use Action verbs
-- Avoid repetitiveness
Work Experience
- Volunteerism, mentoring, activities & leadership (student org or Greek)
-- Consolidate multiple roles in the same organization
-- Concentrate on your most important or recent roles
- Qualify and Quantify
-- represent digits appropriately (i.e., round and use commas)
Leadership & Affiliations
- List basic, relevant, & advanced computer capabilities
-- level of knowledge can be helpful
- List comprehension level of foreign languages
- Interests can be listed **Optional**
Skills
In Closing
Less is more – resume is meant to clearly highlight your accomplishments to start a fluid conversation
Know the content of your resume in detail
- have a concise story for all your experiences
-- practice, practice, practice!
Please thoroughly revise using your best judgment
- be confident in your final revisions
Thank you for your time!
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