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My First Resume

Here's an easy way to put together a resume.
Simply follow the directions below and watch how your skills and interests can turn into a valuable resume.
You don't have to fill in every space if you don't want to.

Please Note: None of the information you enter will be saved on our server. If you want a copy of your resume, you will need to print it out. All information is erased when you reload or quit your browser.

 

What is your name?

What is your address?
City: State: Zip:

What is your phone number?

Do you have a specific job or goal in mind? What is it?

What Are Your Interests?
(Note: if you choose more than 3 interests, there is a chance that your resume may print on more than one page.)

I like to use computers for school and home work.

I like to play team sports.

I like playing individual sports.

I enjoy reading and writing

I like drawing, art or music.

Friends often tell me secrets and ask my advice

I like to set up garage sales, lemonade stands and sell cookies or other items for fundraising events.

What Responsibilities Have You Had?  
(Note: if you choose more than 3 responsibilities, there is a chance that your resume may print on more than one page.)

I help watch younger siblings or baby-sit for others

I do volunteer work through church, scouts, helping elderly neighbors, or other ways.

I do well in school while having many outside activities and interests

I behave in a way which sets a good example for friends, siblings and children younger than me

What Is Your Best School Skill? Choose one (1):

I do well in math and science.

I do well in reading and writing

I do well in social studies

I do well in many different subjects.

Special Achievements

Now, think about the different activities in your life. What have you done that makes you feel good about yourself? Have you won an award? Made something special? Reached a goal? List them below. Include the years you reached the achievements or won the awards.

Jobs You Have Had

There are many different kinds of jobs for young people. They can range from mowing a neighbor’s lawn, babysitting, or volunteering to work at a craft fair. Complete the following blanks if you have worked. Leave them blank if you haven’t.

Job Title (such as food server, babysitter):

Name of person or organization for which you worked:

Phone Number of person or organization for which you worked:

Month and year you worked (if it’s ongoing, such as babysitting, you can type in something like May 2008 - Current):

Here’s room for a second job, if you have had two:

Job Title (such as food server, babysitter):

Name of person or organization for which you worked:

Phone Number of person or organization for which you worked:

Month and year you worked (if it’s ongoing, such as babysitting, you can type in something like May 2008 - Current):

Your School

Where do you currently go to school?

School Name:

Town: State:

What grade are you in?

Past Schools

If you have attended other schools in the past, list them here (most recent first):

Past School Name #1:

Town: State:

Past School Name #2:

Town: State:

If the information above is correct, click on the Get Resume button to print it out. To start over, scroll back to the top. You can print out as many resumes as you like!