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Follow these simple steps to di
0 Inventory Your Skills
Review your skills attributes, ac-
complishments and personal inter-
ests to determine the most pertinent
examples to include in your resume.
0 Define Your Job Objective
Research your career interests and
decide which specific job or jobs you
want to target. Then write a descrip-
tion of the job including the responsi-
bilities and challenges you seek.
0 Choose A Resume Format
Most resumes are based on one of the
three following styles:
" Chronological
* Targeted
" Functional.
0 Your Resume Should Include
e your full name and the address,
and phone number(s) at which you
can be reached
* your Job objective
" all education and training
" pertinent job experience
" activities and interests.
0 Writing Your Resume
In addition to this guide we suggest
you read one or more of the recom-
mended books listed below. Then,
following one ofthe resume examples
shown, incorporate the informaton
you ve compiled into the proper for-
Remember, use concise phrasing and
action words.


Use when your work history shows a progression of skills and
responsibilities, or each position is completely different

O The Cover Letter
" The first paragraph should state
who you are and why you are writ-
e second paragraph should
summarize your strongest skills
and experience, and show why they
are important to the position you
are seeking.
e The third paragraph should
suggest the course of action you
want taken. Make it a powerful
" Itis also importantthatthe color,
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Candidate for Bachelor of Science, 1992
Major in Teacher Education
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Devillbiss Elementary School
Student Teacher
Devised and implemented weeklylesson plans
for kindergarten through third grade classes. Supervised playground activities, and
was responsible for lunchroom safety.
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Created and implemented weekly and unit lesson plans for seventh through ninth
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Saline, MI
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