Hi Jose: Good Question!1. Obviously, you must have name, address, phone#, e-mail address; 2. Career Summary a few lines of explaining what you have done and what you would like to do. The Qualifications Area on your resume should give the interviewer an idea of what you have done such as: Career Counselor, Coach ,Manager, Coordinator for workshops etc., 4. your experience gives them name of company, dates that you work and what you did.(This area should show what skills you have and how you would be a good fit for this company.); Your education should also be known to the reader and if you took special classes in the area that the company wants, you make provide that for sure and let them know that your skills will be beneficial to this company and how.; 5 If you have special award of any kind list them under awards or if in education list them under education.6. In listing education put the name of school and the dates you were enrolled, and if you are/or were in college put your major and if you graduated put what sort of degree you have. 7. There are several books that you can use for checking out the different way to set up a resume and you can find those in the library, or on line just type in: HOW TO SET UP A RESUME!
Carole recommends the following next steps:
- Before you start going on interviews it would be a good idea to go through some questions that the interviewer might ask: the book that I use is called "The 250 Job Interview Questions. Very important book, because you will have more knowledge of how to answer the question for the interviewer. by Peter Veruki
- If you want to check out a good Resume Book is titled "175 High Impact resume" and it is set up for all different careers, such as: finance, teaching, technical, human resources and many more. This book will also give some ideas of the process for getting an effective resume.
- If you do some of the points that I suggested, I am sure you will have a great resume, and feel confident when you go on an interview. GOOD LUCK WITH THE JOB HUNTING