Within the past month, a few of the students I work with asked me to help them shape their resumes.
One student, a college sophomore, needed to submit a resume as a part of his transfer application.
Another, a college-bound high school junior, needed his to apply for an internship opportunity.
A resume is an opportunity for your child to highlight his or her experiences and accomplishments, from volunteer work to making honor roll.
Situations where your child will need a resume include transferring colleges, applying for jobs or internships, or interviewing with colleges or alumni of a college.
U.S. News and World Report recently published an article that covers why your child should create a resume, even as early as 9th grade, and what a student resume should look like, including links to examples.
Read here: “How to Write a Resume for College”
Have your child create his or her own resume. Having a polished and professional resume ready will help your child when opportunities that require one present themselves.
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