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Using the RA Position in a Resume

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Stephanie Moore

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Transcript of Using the RA Position in a Resume

Philosophy The RA Experience General Resume Guidelines Using the RA Position
in a Resume Stephanie Moore
Area Coordinator, EKU RA/GFL/CSL position Determine position to apply for
Reflect on your RA experience
Create your resume Customize it!
Contact information
Choose a format
Font, size, margins, length
Submitting electronically
Leave out personal information
Use spell check
Choose headings
Leave some white space
References
Critique Overview Philosophy
The RA Experience
Resume Tips & Tricks Objectives To learn to effectively utilize the RA position in the creation of a resume and applying for jobs

To learn general resume writing guidelines translates into any potential job Transferable Skills What are they?
Examples Examples Working on a team
Listening attentively
Selling ideas or products
Identifying problems
Providing support
Creating ideas
Managing time
Identifying resources
Solving problems
Enforcing policies
Developing rapport
Managing conflict Brainstorming Experiences What roles have you played as an RA? What skills have you developed? Brainstorming
Activity Creating Statements:
Describe what you do Action Verbs Administrative
approved
arranged
catalogued
classified
collected
compiled
dispatched
executed
generated
implemented
inspected
monitored
operated
organized
prepared
processed
purchased
recorded
retrieved
screened
specified
systematized
tabulated
validated Communication
addressed
arbitrated
arranged
authored
corresponded
developed
directed
drafted
edited
enlisted
formulated
influenced
interpreted
lectured
mediated
moderated
motivated
negotiated
persuaded
promoted
publicized
reconciled
recruited
wrote Creative
acted
conceptualized
created
designed
developed
directed
established
fashioned
instituted
integrated
introduced
invented
originated
performed
planned
revitalized
shaped Management
administered
analyzed
assigned
attained
chaired
contracted
consolidated
coordinated
delegated
developed
directed
evaluated
executed
improved
increased
organized
oversaw
planned
prioritized
produced
recommended
reviewed
scheduled
strengthened Helping assessed
assisted
clarified
coached
counseled
demonstrated
educated
expedited
facilitated
familiarized
guided
referred
rehabilitated Miscellaneous accomplished
achieved
adjusted
advertised
anticipated
applied
approached
budgeted
collaborated
compared
conceived
conciliated
conducted
controlled
cooperated
defined
detailed
determined
distributed
estimated
exchanged
expanded
governed
handled Action Verbs + Skills Gained + Tasks

Quantity: # people, %, $ amounts

Quality: what, where, when, why Sample Statements Fostered the development of relationships among 55 residents consisting of graduate, undergraduate, and international students

Planned and implemented programs to assist students in transitioning into the University

Counseled and advised first year students on academic and personal questions and concerns

Responsible for the safety and security of the building on duty nights
Your Turn:
Practice Making Statements What is Important:

Narrowing Your List Transferable Skills Which apply to your desired position?

Which is the most relevant? The least? Sample Headings Objective
Education
Work Experience
Relevant Experience
Internships
Relevent Coursework
Presentations
Honors
Achievements
Organizations
Publications Sample Resume Questions?
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