1. Personal Information:
This should include your full name, address, phone number, email address, and any social media profiles you would like to include (such as LinkedIn). You should also list any special skills or qualifications that make you unique.
2. Education History:
List all of the schools you have attended, along with the dates of attendance and any degrees or certifications obtained. If you haven't graduated yet, make sure to include your expected graduation date.
3. Work Experience:
Include any part-time jobs, internships, volunteer positions, or other work experiences you have had during high school. Be sure to list the job title, dates of employment, and a brief description of your duties and accomplishments.
4. Skills & Abilities:
Highlight any special skills or abilities that make you stand out from the crowd. Examples include foreign language proficiency, computer programming, customer service, or other technical skills.
5. Awards & Honors:
List any awards and honors that you have earned throughout high school, such as academic awards or membership in honor societies.
6. Activities & Interests:
Include any extracurricular activities, clubs, teams, or hobbies that you are involved in. This can demonstrate your leadership abilities and shows potential employers that you have a well-rounded skill set.
Include the contact information for two or three references who can vouch for your character and work ethic (this should not include family members). Make sure to ask all of your references before adding them to your resume so that they are prepared to answer any questions that may arise.