If you're pursuing your first internship, it's all right to incorporate some information about your high school career. This includes any awards, honors, or scholarships you may have received or sports you may have played. If you were valedictorian or salutatorian of your class, or you held an office in an honor society or relevant club, include it in your first resume, Augustine says.
There are many different types of resumes and different ways of adapting their general styles to suit your particular needs. Included in these two pages are three sample resumes with descriptions of their styles, advantages and disadvantages. The first resume is for a person with little job experience (Eric Daniels), and there is also a sample cover letter that goes with it. There are also two prepared for another person (Jenna Caine), which have been done in different styles: chronological and targeted.
First Resume Example With No Work Experience
I began at JobCentral, SCAD’s online career resource, to create my first resume. It outlines the basics and advises you what to include. Start off by listing your accomplishments, jobs you’ve had, awards you’ve won. Based on your major you can even include your participation in a gallery, where your work has been published, etc. Don’t be afraid if your accomplishments stretch back to high school; use it anyways.