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Why Don't You Get a Job?

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Resume Basics for college freshmen

Resume Basics for college freshmen

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  • Your first step to getting a job is having an updated resume.Your resume highlights your skills, experience, and accomplishments. It can also include volunteer experiences, community service, and internshipsIt doesn’t need to be too long or have too much personal information
  • Your resume must be neat and professional looking.Your resume should showcase why you fit the job with things you’ve done in your work experience.Your resume should be an easy read so that the interviewer can scan it and pick up on important things.You should list your jobs from current to the least current.YOUR Contact Information at the topA professional emailTo be proofread by someone else like your career coach in the CCCPD
  • Show Youtube video of Barney Stinson video resume and how its not a good idea!Spelling and Grammar Errors
  • To be sprayed with perfume
  • Colored Paper- Stick with black and whiteCrazy Fonts- Stick with common fonts like Times New Roman or Arial
  • An Unprofessional Email
  • Pictures
  • Your Life Story or lots of personal information
  • Have students start writing down a rough draft of their resume on paper just to start getting an ideaAt the top of your resume should be YOUR:NameAddressProfessional EmailPhone Number
  • Help students come up with an objective or summary for their resumeThere is a lot of discussion about whether or not to include an objective anymore.Some experts say to give a summary instead of an objectiveIf you have a lot of job experience, a summary is best, if not, you probably want to have an objective
  • Your education experience will be where you went to school, what years, and any other credentials that you have such as a certification in teaching etc.This section will be short and to the point
  • Help students write down their experiences and how it can be used in an interviewThis is what the interviewer will be reading.This is the most important part of your resumeThis is where you sell yourself with the skills and abilities you have Remember to have dates and go in reverse chronological order starting with most recent job.
  • Have students write down their volunteer experiences and discuss how these can be used in an interview to showcase their strengthsThis is another place to shine! This shows that you are involved in your community so remember things you’ve done with organizations, church, charities, etc
  • Discuss rough draft resume with students and go through powerpoint slide with them. Don’t Include:A PicturePersonal Attributes like height, marital status, weight, etc.Colors, Crazy Fonts, PerfumeAutobiography
  • Remember to have: Volunteer ExperienceExperience that highlights your skills Your Contact Info and Professional EmailYour Education
  • Discuss any questions, comments, or concerns with students
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    • 1. Why Don’t You Get a Job? Ms. Hanna DeBruhl, M.Ed, GDCF/I Career Coach Center for Career Coaching & Professional Development Institute for Leadership and Professional Excellence Columbia College
    • 2. Resumes
    • 3. What It Needs
    • 4. What It Doesn’t Need
    • 5. What It Doesn’t Need
    • 6. What it Doesn’t Need
    • 7. What it Doesn’t Need SouthernBelle19@rocketmail.com HotStuff13@aol.com JoshsGirl31@gmail.com TeamSheldonCooper@yahoo.com She’sCountry77@yahoo.com ILOVEGreysAnatomy@gmail.com IAMWoman21@yahoo.com PartyGirl25@aol.com SexyandIKnowit4@aol.com
    • 8. What It Doesn’t Need
    • 9. What it Doesn’t Need
    • 10. What Experts Say The following videos give advice about resumes: Resume Writing Tips-How to Write a Creative Resume and Get a Job by Michelle, WritebyNight 5 Tips for a Killer Resume-Galen College of Nursing Resume Do’s and Don’t’s by kasa Top 10 Resume Tips of 2013 by Mike T.
    • 11. Let’s Break it Down Sue Ellen Ewing 70 Southfork Ranch Dallas, TX 75001 SueEllenEwing@gmail.com 972-432-3112
    • 12. The Objective/Summary Objective Challenging position utilizing demonstrated organizational, customer service, communication and project management skills. Summary Administrative professional with background in diverse fields. Expertise in dealing with people of various educational and economic backgrounds. Self starter and fast learner capable of working alone or as part of a team.
    • 13. Education Columbia College, Columbia, SC Bachelor of Science, Business Administration – May 2015 Achieved Dean’s List every year Studying for Business Analysis & Human Resources Certification
    • 14. Experience Sales and Marketing Executive- Ewing Energies, Columbia, SC 2013-Present Brought up sales by 65% in the first quarter Created internships for college students interested in business careers Manage and oversee over 50+ employees on a daily bases Marketing and Sales Manager- Ewing Oil, Columbia, SC 2010-2013 Developed effective system to increase productivity by 75% Created marketing materials to increase promotion which successfully increased promotion by 60% Worked well with coworkers on numerous projects to promote sales. Administrative Assistant- Ewing Oil, Columbia, SC 2009-2010 Organized and scheduled appointments for over 15 employees Oversaw, organized, and updated the Ewing Oil Website and other social media pages Helped organize and keep track of company budget
    • 15. Volunteer Experience Volunteer Experience Member of PETA Successfully raised $150,000 during Pets Inc. fundraising event-2012 Taught horse riding lessons to children with disabilities every summer - Camp Pony Land 2011 Present Senior Class President 2011- Dallas High School
    • 16. Review- The Don’ts Hi, my name is Sue Ellen Ewing. J.R.’sGirl@yahoo.com I like to play tennis, hang out at parties with my boyfriend J.R., and ride horses. I am 5’4”. I was born in Dallas, Texas. I was crowned ms. Dallas high school more than once.
    • 17. Review-The Do’s Sue Ellen Ewing 70 Southfork Ranch Dallas, TX 75001 SueEllenEwing@gmail.com 972-432-3112 Objective Challenging position utilizing demonstrated organizational, customer service, communication and project management skills Education Columbia College, Columbia, SC Bachelor of Science, Business Administration – May 2015 Achieved Dean’s List every year Studying for Business Analysis & Human Resources Certification Experience Sales and Marketing Executive- Ewing Energies, Columbia, SC 2013-Present Successfully brought up sales by 65% in the first quarter Volunteer Experience Member of PETA Successfully executed Pets Inc Fundraising Event raising $150,000- 2012
    • 18. Questions, Comments, Concerns

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