Aug 19, 2018 - 08:12 PM
If you have academic credentials that are more advanced than your community college courses, such as a traditional four-year degree, then you should focus on your degree in your resume. However, if community college is your highest level of education, it's generally a good idea to include it. Additionally, if you took certain community college courses that relate directly to the job requirements, you may want to reference them on your resume.
No matter what information you put in your resume education section, you should make sure to list it properly. Write in reverse chronological order, listing your most recent degree first. For each entry, stick to the basics: name of degree, conferring institution, and date of graduation. You don't need to list your GPA unless you graduated recently with high academic honors.