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Guidance for students to help them prepare a Resume evaluating their skills.

Guidance for students to help them prepare a Resume evaluating their skills.

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  • 1. What Do I Need to Know to Prepare a Resume
  • 2. Introduction
    • What is a Resume?
    • Why do I need a Resume?
    • Will a Resume help me to get a summer job?
    • What should be included on my Resume?
  • 3. You will Find a Resume Helpful
    • To attract an employer’s attention
    • To serve as a reminder
    • You do not an application form
    • You want to describe a particular skill
  • 4. Evaluating your Skills
    • Paid employment list
    • Task you did on your jobs
    • Skills involved in doing those tasks
  • 5. Evaluating your Skills cont.
    • Extracurricular activities
    • Important aspects of your life
    • Sports or Hobbies ( expertise )
  • 6. Example: Evaluation List (Job) Job: Admitting Clerk at a Hospital
    • Task Performed
    • Greeted people
    • Answered telephones
    • Skills Involved
    • Communication
    • Ability to work under pressure while doing office duties
  • 7. Example: Evaluation List (Job) Job: Admitting Clerk at a Hospital
    • Task Performance
    • Filled out correct forms
    • Interviewed patients
    • Skills Involved
    • Typing, attention to details
    • Ability to find out relevant information
  • 8. Example: Extracurricular Activity Activity: Varsity Swimmer
    • Task performed
    • Attended daily practice
    • Swam on a relay team
    • Skills involved
    • Responsibility, adjustment to routine
    • Ability to work with others
  • 9. Example: Extracurricular Activity Activity: Varsity Swimmer
    • Task performed
    • Took lessons
    • Competed against others
    • Skills involved
    • Willingness to learn
    • Desire to reach goal
  • 10. After your jobs and activities lists
    • Examine them to see trends suggested
    • Make sure you wrote considerable amounts
    • Sell yourself to an employer
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