Summer Plans Build Resume’s

High school and col­lege stu­dents face sim­i­lar ques­tions, “What to do with the sum­mer break?”  Your age, trans­porta­tion avail­abil­ity and class require­ments may dic­tate part of your sum­mer, but there may be some time that goes unclaimed.  The ear­lier you begin mak­ing the plan and tak­ing action, the more oppor­tu­ni­ties you can cre­ate for your­self.


Remem­ber that vol­un­teer­ing is another great way to explore areas of inter­est, gain vol­un­teer hours if you need them for high school grad­u­a­tion require­ments, and to build value in your­self to col­leges and future employ­ers.  Both work­ing and vol­un­teer­ing build your resume’ and reflect a part of who you are and what you offer an insti­tu­tion or company.


There are some ter­rific web tools for iden­ti­fy­ing sum­mer employ­ers as well as tips for effec­tive inter­views.  Here are just a few:


If you need more guid­ance or want to con­struct or update your resume’ for col­lege or the work force, con­tact me.