Aug 20, 2018 - 11:40 AM
Emphasize your work experience. Start with industry jobs, of course, but don’t be afraid to include volunteer positions or non-traditional experience. This helps create the idea that you are a qualified candidate despite your lack of degree.
Draw attention to your other qualifications. If you have unique or in-demand skills, list these early in the resume. Employers are often willing to overlook holes in your education for valuable abilities.
Finally, make sure to include your incomplete degree on your resume. Part of a B.Tech is better than none at all. Make sure to include how many units you completed to avoid falsifying your resume. It may also be a better strategy to put your education section near the end of your resume.