Answered by Charlene, Hiring Expert at Gap Inc., on Tuesday, September 1, 2015
This is a great question and today there are so many activities to put on one's resume you may have to whittle down your list of activities. Think about showing a variety of activities, including community service, leadership and ones that you have been recognized or awarded for excellence, as well as ones that are relevant to your career choice. It can also a good indicator of dedication and commitment, when someone has been there for several years and had several different roles, it's impressive. When listing activities that you have been in for several years, you can put the dates, start to present and list the different roles, not to list every year separately. Stay involved in your activities as they often offer great transferable skills! Best of luck.