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					 RESUME FORMAT FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS


This sample Resume Format should be filled up by graduating students. The filled-
up form should be encoded and printed on a short bond paper. Only black ink
should be used in printing the resume. Use font Times New Roman 12 or Arial 12.
Resume should be one page or at most two pages. This will be submitted to the
College Counselor during the Exit Interview.



HOW TO FILL UP THE FORM:

      2X2 COLORED ID PICTURE – paste your picture on the upper right hand
       corner of the resume.
              Men should:
              - Be in coat and tie
              - Be clean-shaven
              - Be free of earrings
              - Sport a clean haircut

             Women should:
             - Be in collared blouse with blue or black blazer
             - Wear minimal and conservative makeup
             - Not wear dangling or hoop earrings

      NAME – write your complete name: first name, middle initial and family name

      ADDRESS –your address where you can be reached after graduation

      EMAIL ADDRESS – use a professional-sounding email address (e.g.
       Professional-sounding email address contains your name or initials of your
       name. Examples: juandelacruz@gmail.com or jdlcruz@yahoo.com).

      LANDLINE NUMBER and/or MOBILE NUMBER

      EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT – include only your tertiary education. Write
       your course, name and address of your school and school year graduated.

      SKILLS – List down job-content, transferable and self-management skills that
       you may have.
    Job Content Skills are skills specific to a job or occupation. These are the
    specific skills employers look for in a candidate to accomplish the duties of a
    job.

    Transferable skills are the skills one learns while doing a job. But these skills
    can also be used in any other job.

    Self-Management Skills or Adaptable Skills are personality traits which help
    an employer decide how well you will fit into the organization. They are clues
    to how well you may adapt to situations, manage your time, and solve
    problems.

   RELATED EXPERIENCES – list down On-The-Job Training Experiences,
    Internships, Volunteer works, Part time or Full time jobs that you may have.
    Experiences should be arranged in reverse chronological format. This means
    the most recent experiences are listed first.

   AWARDS – List down in reverse chronological format academic, athletic,
    scholarship awards that you have in college. You may also include major
    awards that you had in high school (e.g. Valedictorian, Salutatorian, Second
    Honorable Mention, Best in Math, etc.)

   ORGANIZATIONS – In reverse chronological order, list down curricular, co-
    curricular, extra-curricular or community-based involvements that you have in
    college. You may include involvements in High School only when you held
    major positions in those organizations (e. g. President, Treasurer, Secretary,
    etc.)

   REFERENCES – There is no need to enumerate the people as references in
    this section. “References available upon request.” is enough.
(NAME)
(ADDRESS)
(EMAIL ADDRESS)
(LANDLINE NUMBER/MOBILE NUMBER)                      2X2 ID PICTURE




EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
(COURSE)                 (SCHOOL NAME)
                         (SCHOOL ADDRESS)
                         (SCHOOL YEAR GRADUATED)

SKILLS
1.                                   3.
2.                                   4.

RELATED EXPERIENCE/S
POSITION    COMPANY NAME COMPANY ADDRESS            INCLUSIVE DATES
1.
2.
3.

AWARDS
NAME/TYPE OF AWARD              AWARD-GIVING BODY   DATE AWARDED
1.
2.
3.

ORGANIZATIONS
POSITION           NAME OF ORGANIZATION             INCLUSIVE DATES
1.
2.
3.



References available upon request.

				
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