1. Contact information
Put your full name at the top of the resume and provide your
full address, telephone number, and email.
Here you want to state why you are sending your resume to
this particular company.
Name your school, grade level, GPA if you are an above average
student, and names of any particular challenging classes you
may have taken.
If you’ve been employed, list your employers here starting
with the most recent. State name of employer, your job title,
dates of employment and your main duties.
5. Other work experience
If you’ve worked for yourself doing odd jobs, list them
6. Volunteer or community service
If you have any non-paid experience, list it here.
7. Special talents and skills
Name any special talents or skills you’ve acquired that
might be useful to an employer. Include any special projects
you may have done.
8. Honors and awards
Name any specific recognition you’ve received for academic,
athletic, or community service activities.
9. Extracurricular Activities
Name any clubs or associations you belong to as well as activities
outside of school including your hobbies and interests.
Be prepared to name at least two people list (name, company,
address, phone or email and their relationship to you) who
will speak favorably about you. Make sure it's OK with them
before you give out their names. You want your references
to be prepared to give you the best recommendation they can
– when they are contacted by a potential employer.
here to see a sample resume.