|By KART on Sunday, November 03, 2002 - 05:48 pm: Edit|
I am working on writing a resume that has my sports, clubs, activities, volunteering, awards, etc. Does anyone know where I could find a template or something to base this on. I can only find templates for job resumes.
If not, could I put that my Field Hockey team won the league championship in 2000, 2001 and 2002. I am very involved in this team and am a captain in my senior year. Would something like the championships and the fact that I was a three year starter go under Awards and Recognition? I am not being recruited to play FH in college.
|By Dadster on Sunday, November 03, 2002 - 06:09 pm: Edit|
Hmmm, good question, Kart. I couldn't locate a template like you describe, though I did find a high school resume article elsewhere on this site. If you search Google for "high school resume", you'll find some individual samples prepared by other students.
In general, though, rather than using a template, I'd recommend creating your own version to emphasize your unique areas of accomplishment. Of course, at a minimum, you should include your high school info, clubs, leadership positions, work experience, summer programs, etc. I'd tend to keep it to a page if possible, or two pages at most. You aren't trying to tell your life story - just emphasize the high points. If it's too long, it will look padded and won't get read. Good luck!
|By peter on Monday, November 04, 2002 - 12:24 am: Edit|
You can use the microsoft word resume wizard. Just click new and then push the documents tab.
It works GREAT!
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