Aug 13, 2018 - 05:21 PM
Position your education and skills in the top half of your document so hiring managers read these sections first. If you have a high GPA, include it, as well as any other notable honors or academic achievements.
As a student, it is appropriate to point out your involvement in clubs and athletic programs, especially if you can use them to showcase your ability to lead others and work well within a team. Do not neglect your work experience section, even if you have few positions to discuss. Include internships, volunteer work, and summer jobs.
As with all of your college writing assignments, remember to proofread and edit your resume when you finish writing. Ask your professors, friends, and family to read through it as well to ensure you find and fix all spelling and grammar mistakes.