Aug 11, 2018 - 08:30 PM
First, you need to embrace that your resume most likely won't be traditional. It simply is not possible when you are in this position. If you have had enough relevant working experience, you can create a relatively standard resume. The biggest difference in this case will be the education section. List your expected graduation date instead and describe your academic goals instead of your accomplishments.
If you do not have working experience, which is most common, you need to shift focus from your experience section to your skills. Describe any relevant experience you do have and the abilities that developed from those experiences. They might include school projects, volunteer work, or internships. Finally, be confident in your resume. If it is a position that does not require a college education or extensive working experience, employers understand that applicants will have resumes similar to yours. Check our freshmen resume sample for more information.