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Asked by Brandon on June 18, 2019

I'm only one year into college and want to put my resume together. What are some things I could mention that might standout to employers?

Avery Dennison, HPE, Worthington have responded.

You can include skills, computer programs, and hands-on training you're receiving in your classes as well as achievements you've had (Dean's List, Chancellor's List, academic recognition, etc.).  If you've…

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Asked by Temprance on June 17, 2019

What do Hiring Managers/Recruits look for in a resume? Are there key things that everyone should have despite the role/position?

HP, Avery Dennison have responded.

You should have your major as well as your graduation date crystal clear, specifically on internships. Also I do recommend, that you be very clear on your location, if you are wiling to relocate or not, and…

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Asked by Rasmine on April 10, 2019

I was a former student assistant at our college, and I have been a member of committees in institutional activities such as graduation, research program and recognition. I was wondering if I should include these activities on my resume as I am applying for internship in the HR Department. Thank you.

Worthington, Cardinal Health, HP have responded.

Yes you should include these activities. Though there are many functions of HR, it is mostly focused on the development and support of human capital within the organization. Responsibilities from your student…

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Asked by Mike on May 6, 2019

I have a very bad stutter, and for the past several years I've been working to overcome it. How do I bring this up in a job interview? Should I mention this directly on my resume too? Or should I not mention anything until the in-person interview? Any suggestions on how I manage this while I look for internships would be much appreciated. Thanks!

HP, Avery Dennison have responded.

I would recommend to wait till you get a call for an interview, do not mention it on your resume. Now, when you get to the interview mention it but focus on your academic knowledge and professional experience…

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Asked by Furkan on April 23, 2019

Hi, I transferred my studies to another university in my senior year. They both are business programs. I like to add previous university to my resume. How should I write the description? I know it should be firm and clear, yet I believe I need a professional help on this. Just "Transferred studies" , should I detail the process a bit longer or shouldn't mention about it at all? Thank you.

Worthington, Cardinal Health have responded.

Hello! Making sure that you mention both universities and degree programs under the Education section of your resume should suffice. If an employer does happen to have questions around why you transferred schools…

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