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									Creating Your Resume
Sara Dominik
Marathon Ashland Petroleum LLC
Format
 Chronological
   Items are arranged in reverse chronological order
   Emphasizes job titles and experience

   Includes description of responsibilities

  **Most Employers prefer this format**
 Functional
   Stresses specific skills
   Ignores historical sequence

  **Used more by experienced professionals**
Chronological Format
  Contact Information
  Objective
  Education
  Experience
  Activities
  References
Contact Information
  Place Contact Info at the top of your
  Resume
     Permanent Address
     School Address (Include Apt #)
     Phone Number
     Email Address
Career Objective
  Your Objective should include:
     Position Desired
        Ex. Auditor, Supply Chain Management Internship
     Organization Type
        Ex. Manufacturing, Medical Field

  Example:
     “To obtain a marketing internship with a
      Manufacturing company for the Summer of 2004.”
Education
  Name of College/University
  Degree (A.S., B.S., B.A., etc)
  Major and Minor
  Expected Graduation (Month/Year)
  Overall and Major GPA if above 3.0

**Always start with most recent degree**
Experience
  For Each Position Include:
     Name of Company or Organization
     Location of work (City, State)
     Title of Position
     Dates of Employment (Month/Year)
     Description of Responsibilities
Experience
  Always list positions in reverse chronological
  order
     Start with your most recent position and work
      backwards


  Use Action words to describe your job
  responsibilities
     Try to avoid saying, “Responsible for…”
Activities
  Community Service
  Social Organizations
  Extracurricular Activities
  Leadership Roles
      Include any offices held and dates involved
References
  Provided Upon Request
  Prepare on separate sheet from resume
  Ask first if someone is willing to serve as a
  reference before you give their name to an
  employer
Additional Sections
  Honors & Awards
  Licenses & Certifications
  Achievements
  Relevant Coursework
  Career-Related Skills
  Skills Summary
Things Not To Include
  Age
  Gender
  National Origin
  Marital Status
  Pictures/Portraits
  Religion
High School Information
  Refrain from using HS info when applying for
  a full-time position
  Can include HS info when applying for
  internship or co-op positions
  As you gain more experience during college,
  eliminate HS info unless it’s relevant to your
  major
Length
  One page works best
  Use two pages if you have enough
  information to fill half of a second page
  If using two pages, make sure most
  important and relevant information is on the
  first page
Style
  Choose a resume style
  Make resume easy to read
  Use Headings and Subheadings to make it
  easy for readers to find information
  Use Indents and Line Spacing to break up
  information
  Be consistent
Bullets
  Use Bullets to list and describe job
  responsibilities
     Try to limit to 2-5 bullets, 6 or more reduces effect
     Use descriptive phrases instead of complete
      sentences
     Don’t use punctuation at the end of a phrase
Font
  Use two types of fonts
     One for headings and one for all other information
     Times New Roman, Geneva, Arial
     Size 10-12 font works best
     Use different font styles (bold, italics, underline,
      caps, etc.)
     Avoid over highlighting
        For example, using caps, boldface and underline all on
         the same text
Additional Tips
  Always Proofread your resume!!!
     Ask a friend to proofread
     Make use of Career Services
  Pay careful attention to spelling and grammar
  Organize information in a logical fashion
  Keep descriptions clear and to the point

								
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