List Jobs - Worked - Duties, Accomplishments, Time Frame, City, and State
Comment: I haven’t worked a job.
Question = What should I write if I have never worked anywhere?
Answer = Consider and list positions that you held in Clubs and Organization – for example: Band Captain, Section Leader, Band Camp Counselor, Treasurer, Team Project etc.
Comment: I don’t have any accomplishments I can think of.
Question = What should I write if I don’t have accomplishment?
Answer = Consider and list things you have won. List things that you have achieved i.e., positions that you were voted into, school projects that were successful, community projects etc.
Career Related Community Service and Volunteer Work
Question = What should I write in this section?
Answer = Some common community service examples include Working with schoolchildren: Tutoring children after school, collecting school supplies to donate, planting a school garden. ... Helping low-income people: Passing out food at a soup kitchen, collecting used clothes to be donated, making first aid kits for homeless shelters.
Job Related Hobbies
Question = What should I consider for hobbies?
Answer = For example, if you're applying for a job that requires a lot of out-of-the-box thinking, you can list the following hobbies:
- Playing a Musical Instrument
- Blog Writing, etc.
Testimonials About Your Job Performance
Comment: I don’t have any testimonials.
Question = How should I go about getting testimonials?
Answer = Consider asking friends, family, teachers, co-workers, managers etc. to write you a letter of Recommendation or to write about you and your positive attributes.
Question = What should I write in this section
Answer = Consider and list anything that you can think of that make you stand out from the rest.
- Written Work
- Letters of Recommendation