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College Resumes

First impressions are key, and your first impression with a potential employer is your college resume. It says who you are, what you’re about and what you can bring to their company or business, and most importantly, your college resume lists your educational experience, your past jobs and accomplishments.

However, most recent graduates or soon-to-be graduates have little to no professional experience in their desired field. But, this shouldn’t stand as a deterrent for landing a solid entry-level job in the field that you’ve spent years and thousands of dollars preparing for. Having an outstanding college resume will help ensure that you have a fighting chance for your dream job.

While writing a quality resume is paramount for landing your ideal job after graduation, student’s college resumes are all too often riddled with the most common resume mistakes, ranging from writing a poor objective statement to following ill-prepared samples as guides. College News is determined to make sure that you too don’t make these same gaffes.

Check out our articles on basic resume mistakes, resume samples for college students and follow our college resume template guide. We’ll also illustrate some great writing tips that will make you stand out from the rest of the pack and make employers think you’re a wordsmith worthy of a Pulitzer.

Remember, you want to impress your future boss, and odds are if you are applying for a position with a large company, you’ll end up interviewing with several people for the position. You potentially could be competing against dozens -or even hundreds- of other qualified candidates for the position. Your resume needs to be able to stand on its own and make a positive impact.

You wouldn’t walk into an interview underdressed, and your college resume shouldn’t either. Dress to impress and write to impress.