Resume for transfer app

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Resume for transfer app

Postby Anonymous User » Sun Feb 03, 2013 11:27 am

I am applying to the EA transfer schools, and some others when the apps become available.
Is it credited to put the summer legal job I accepted on my resume?

TYIA

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Re: Resume for transfer app

Postby $peppercorn » Sun Feb 03, 2013 11:58 am

I would put where it will be and when you are set to start, but do not put what you will be doing. Don't even put things you just think you might be doing. Wait until you actually do those things to put them on a resume.

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Re: Resume for transfer app

Postby trbrny » Wed Feb 13, 2013 12:04 am

$peppercorn wrote:I would put where it will be and when you are set to start, but do not put what you will be doing. Don't even put things you just think you might be doing. Wait until you actually do those things to put them on a resume.


Agreed, make sure to put where you will be working, but saying what will you will b doing before you have any real idea might not be the best idea. Be that as it may, schools take a careful look at transfer resumes because they only want to accept those with a strong chance of getting hired.

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Re: Resume for transfer app

Postby patrickd139 » Wed Feb 13, 2013 8:17 pm

trbrny wrote:
$peppercorn wrote:I would put where it will be and when you are set to start, but do not put what you will be doing. Don't even put things you just think you might be doing. Wait until you actually do those things to put them on a resume.


Agreed, make sure to put where you will be working, but saying what will you will b doing before you have any real idea might not be the best idea. Be that as it may, schools take a careful look at transfer resumes because they only want to accept those with a strong chance of getting hired.

100% agree with this.




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