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Contact Information

  • Professional email address



  • Most recent degree first
  • Mention GPA if >3.0
  • Don't abbreviate degree, e.g.: Bachelor of Science in Nursing


  • Most recent position first and then work back
  • Highlight your skills
  • Begin phrases with Action Verbs


  • Scholarships
  • Relevant Coursework
  • GPA
  • Skills (Computer, Technical, Lab, etc.)
  • Lab/Research Experience
  • Awards/Honors
  • Leadership Experience
  • Campus/Community Involvement
  • Publications
  • Projects
  • Specialized Training
  • Certification/Licensure
  • Memberships/Affiliations

Q – Is there a resume template I should use or where do I start?

A – Your resume is a professional reflection of you so use a format that represents you and your experience well verses using a specific template. There are templates available through Microsoft Word and online. Remember, if you use a template, don’t limit yourself to using only the headings that auto-populate. Don’t exclude information because it doesn’t fall in place within the template headings. Create your own style of resume…Career Services can help!

Q – I don't have will I ever get a job in my field?

A – In addition to taking advantage of internships and co-ops available, developing a resume which highlights your achievements and transferrable skills will help you get noticed! Career Services can help!

Last Modified 10/17/13