A resume is a personal summary of your professional history and qualifications. It includes information about your career goals, education, work experience, activities, honors, and any special skills you might have. <br />What is a resume?<br />
In general, do not include the names and addresses of your references on your résumé. <br />It is enough to state that references are available upon request.<br />Choose professional references rather than character references. Employers and professors who know you and your work are the best references. <br />Always ask permission before you include any information on your reference sheet. <br />Guidelines<br />
Consider giving your references a copy of your resume so they will be prepared to talk to employers.<br />Get a minimum of 3 references - people who can attest to your work habits, skills, and accomplishments<br />Current or past employer(s)/supervisor(s)<br />Inform reference of your career objective and give them a copy of your resume<br />Professors<br />Advisors<br />Coaches<br />Internship, field experience, or community service supervisor<br />
John A. Smith<br />John.Smith@mymail.champlain.edu<br />123 Main Street, Burlington, VT 05401 802/999-9999<br />References<br />Mr. Charles Amey, III<br />Instructor, Hospitality Industry Management Program<br />Champlain College<br />P.O. Box 670 Amey@champlain.edu<br />Burlington, VT 05402-0670 (802) 651-5988<br />Mr. Milton Smith<br />Field Experience Supervisor<br />ABC Conference Center<br />208 Main Street MSmith@ABCConferences.org <br />Burlington, VT 05401 (802) 888-8888<br />Sample Presentation of Reference Information<br />
Resume development is on ongoing process.<br />As a second-year student, you are just beginning the process.<br />Enhance your experience, qualifications, and leadership qualities over the next two years.<br />Keep a folder of your accomplishments.<br />Update your resume regularly.<br />Resume… always changing Be Strategic in Enhancing your Resume!!!!<br />
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