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Resume Writing and Interviewing Skills for Teens - Seminar

Resume Writing and Interviewing Skills for Teens
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As a high school student, developing a resume is a great way to start preparing for the working world and college. Resumes can be used for job applications, to secure internships and even to help complete college applications. Your high school resume will likely be focused on relevant coursework, extracurricular activities like volunteering or clubs and any job experience you do have.

Why is this Important

It is highly important to have a well prepared resume and cover letter. First impressions count, and the first impression that a potential employer or college admissions counselor will have of you can be the difference of getting the job you always wanted or being accepted to the college of your dreams.

How it will help you

This program explains how to compose a high school resume that stands out to potential future employers and college admissions and sets the foundation for a successful career.


  • The purpose of a resume

  • The basic rules for writing a resume

  • The purpose of a cover letter

  • The basic rules for writing a cover letter

  • How to create a winning resume and cover letter

  • The basics of Interviewing

  • Communication, Problem Solving, and Technical Writing skills

Who Takes This Workshop:

  • Learners 16 and older

Attendance and Technology Requirements:

This workshop is available via one of our Virtual  Classrooms, and can be accessed by any smart device with internet access.  (Learn and participate anywhere you can access the internet)

  • Other Needs:

  • A notepad and pen

Program Duration:

  • 1 Day, with additional follow up

Approximate Time requirements:

  • 8 Hours: (4 Hours in Session with live Mentorship, 4 Hours, self-paced with follow up)

At Graduation You Receive:

  • Certificate of Completion

  • Portfolio of completed work and proof of performance

Later Event: September 28
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