Resume Preparation

Writing a resume for a high school student can seem overwhelming. How can they demonstrate their aptitude for the job when they don’t have much
(or any) formal work experience?

Even if they’re writing their first resume, they probably have more experience than they think.

Resume Preparation Training Job Readiness
Learning Objectives
  • Uncover skills, abilities, and special talents
  • Identify the components of a resume
  • Well-thought out job objective
  • Resume outline
  • Assemble your resume
Lesson Outcomes
  • Write an attention-getting one-page resume
  • Understand that more than one resume is not applicable to every company
  • Identify the components of a resume
  • Recognize which resume should be sent to a particular company
  • Understand what to include in a resume
  • Write an effective cover letter

The application, resume, cover letter, and references are essential to the job search.

Why work with us?

We are Passionate about building extraordinary relationships

In order to set your business apart from the competition, we demonstrate how to cultivate a philosophy to empower employees to make decisions without having to first ask management. They can only do that with proper training.

I have never met a person more dedicated and customer service savvy than Colette Douglas. Her “make it plain” but precise directions on how to improve your bottom line through customer service are truly the top tier of elite.
M. Ferguson, MD