The Art of Resume Writing. What is the purpose of a resume?. Purpose of a resume…. Provides an introduction of a candidate Provides insight into your skills Offers a snap-shop of your educational and job experience. The various components of a resume are…….
The Art of Resume Writing
If you have a cover letter, you generally do not need an objective. If you decide you want one anyway, it should be a concise and meaningful statement describing your career goals. Be as specific as possible without being too restrictive
*List the schools that you’ve attend beginning with the month and year you graduated
May 2000 High school Diploma, Turner Job Corps
December 2002, Associate of Arts, Darton College
SKILLS: Computer: Even if it is only word processing skills, list familiarity with computer systems, applications and programs. If you don't have it, they assume you don't know it. Language: State degree of proficiency in reading, writing and speaking.HONORS & AWARDS: List academic, leadership and athletic honors. If you only have academic awards you can list them under your GPA in the Education section.
REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST:*If you opt to, or the employer requests references at the same time you submit your resume, be sure the reference has agreed to your request to be used as a reference.
Sean Carter1212 Millionaire Lane
Hampton, NY 12387
OBJECTIVE: To manage an international media consortium.
EDUCATION December 2002, Masters of Business Administration,
May 1997, Bachelor of Arts, Howard University
CEO: Def Jam Recordings, May 2001-present
-Manage 25 member VP staff
-Oversee a budget of 7.8 million dollar budget
Director of Marketing: Uptown Records,
June, 1997-May 2001
-Handled Public Relations for new artists
-Organized tour productions
-Managed 3.5 million dollar budget
-Talent scout for new artists
SKILLS: -Language: Fluent in Spanish and French
-Computer: Windows, Microsoft Word, Corel Word Perfect. Proficient in internet research, familiar with Java programming.
REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST