Subject Name

Number Road/Street Apt. #555 ~ City, ST 55555 (555) 555 – 5555 ~ name@email.com www.mywebsite.com - (if present)

OBJECTIVE:
All Starter Resumes must have an objective. Write 1 to 2 sentences that identify the type of position the Subject is looking for and how they will benefit the company they are applying to. In most cases, you should customize the following objective (Generic Objective: To obtain a full-time [insert position type] position at your company that utilizes my [insert relevant skill from resume].)

EDUCATION:
• • • List the institution(s) the individual attended and the degree(s) earned. If other than the U.S., list the country where the school is located and add additional details that make the school distinct. University Name (Year Graduated) – Type of Degree, Major (GPA if above 3.0/4.0)

TECHNICAL EXPERTISE:
Include this section if your subject has computer-programming skills. Don’t use this section to highlight proficiencies in commonly used software such as Word, Excel, Power Point, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, etc. Align labels from the Original Resume to the left and use the Tab key to align comma-separated lists of skills to the right. Look at the following example: • • • • Programming Languages: Software & Testing Tools: Platforms: Web Technologies: C, C++, C#, JAVA, Visual Basic, PL/SQL, TSQL, .NET Framework, COBOL, COBOL II, CICS, BASIC, FOCUS, BAL, EZTRIEVE, EZTRIEVE-PLUS, DB2 Visual Studio, Visio, IBM Rational Rose, Eclipse Windows, Linux, Ubuntu HTML, XML, ASP.NET, JavaScript, PHP, ActionScript, CSS

EXPERIENCE:
List all the companies the individual has worked for, and provide details about each position (Exception: If the resume is longer than 2 pages or almost fits on 1 page, you can delete the least recent and/or least relevant positions). The list should be in reverse chronological order based on the ending date of employment.

• List additional key accomplishments or daily responsibilities – when possible these should be complete sentences.) Job Title You must write a summary of responsibilities for each position. omit for all companies. • List additional key accomplishments or daily responsibilities – when possible these should be complete sentences. Company Name – City. (Note: Sometimes a bulleted list won’t follow this summary because the content is redundant) • Start sentences with present tense action verbs and then list key accomplishments or daily responsibilities. (Note: If one company is missing a summary. omit for all companies. • If the Original resume contains a paragraph of responsibilities. RELEVANT COURSEWORK: .Subject Name (Page 2 of 3) Company Name – City. • If the Original resume contains a paragraph of responsibilities.) Job Title You must write a summary of responsibilities for each position. don’t convert that paragraph into a bulleted list. don’t convert that paragraph into a bulleted list. (Note: Sometimes a bulleted list won’t follow this summary because the content is redundant) • Start sentences with past tense action verbs and then list key accomplishments or daily responsibilities. Don’t add fluff or text that doesn’t summarize all responsibilities.Present) Consistently include a brief company summary. (Note: If one company is missing a summary. State (May 0000 . 0000 – May 0000) Consistently include a brief company summary. Don’t add fluff or text that doesn’t summarize all responsibilities. State (Oct.

Area of Expertise 6. LANGUAGES: Never include “English”. 5. List Skill or List Skill or 7. Area of Expertise 8. 10. Course List Completed List Completed 3. VOLUNTEER ACTIVITY: INTERESTS & ACTIVITIES List relevant interests and activities. If skills or areas of expertise are listed as complete sentences. credentials and/or certifications that the Subject completed or earned. Course 2. PUBLIC SPEAKING: List presentations. Area of Expertise -OR9.Subject Name 1. Course (Page 3 of 3) List Completed List Completed RELEVANT SKILLS: Don’t overuse the word “skills” or include the number of years that an individual has possessed a skill. Area of Expertise List Skill or List Skill or AWARDS: • • • • • • • • List awards won by the subject. . discussion panels. then list them here. If you select the two-column list option. List volunteer groups that the subject is an active member of. or speeches the subject gave or participated in. you must enter at least 4 bullets and apply the Skills List style to them. Course 4. AFFILIATIONS: List clubs or membership organizations that the Subject belongs to. Don’t use both a two-column list and a list of complete sentences. such as RELEVANT SKILLS or AWARDS. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: List licenses. PUBLICATIONS: List published articles or books authored by the subject. Make sure that material isn’t better suited for a more important section.