You have the right mindset in regards to not wanting to wait long before starting your career now that you've graduated; extended time off is not something a Hiring Manager will care to see. Each opportunity will have different criteria that a Recruiter or Hiring Manager is looking for and they may have set keywords they already know to keep an eye open for when it comes to Experienced Hires. When it comes to newly Graduates, it is generally most important to identify internships you've completed and education details versus keywords that describe your characteristics or attributes. You should certainly list your achievements; and in your case, what did you achieve in school? Did you work on research projects; public speaking projects; or any projects that you are proud of?
Keeping in mind I have not reviewed your resume, my advice is to ensure your resume looks polished versus basic. A basic outline may not stand out well; so it may not come down to keywords at all but more so how does your resume present itself on paper based on the outline / fonts / etc. And yes, it can be that simple of a solution.