Susan Sullivanir

Job title

HR-manager

Affiliations and Universities

New York University

Bio

The dilemma with a college student is that for getting a good job, he/she needs experience and to get experience he/she needs a job. It seems at first that there is no way out, but in reality it exists.

As you may have already figured it out, doing volunteer works is the way to get yourself work experiences.

To find a job, use best linkedin profile writing service to create a resume, this will increase your ability to find a job. Many students find it hard to take some time out for volunteer work because of their busy study schedule. As necessity is the mother of invention, flexible volunteer work has replaced conventional volunteer work.

A flexible volunteer work enables students to get some working experiences at their own pace and on their own schedule. A traditional volunteer work usually requires that the worker students be available on certain dates and at certain times. On the other hand, a flexible volunteer work provides real-time working experience opportunities without the requirement to be present at a site at a certain time or on a certain date.

There are various flexible volunteering work opportunities out there. Discover one that is feasible for you by all means. Most of the busy college-students who want to work are doing this already; make sure that you are not left with the incorrect presumption that it is impossible for busy college students like yourself to do volunteer jobs.

When you have found the volunteer works and successfully completed them, it is now the time to prepare your resume for better opportunities, but wait. A college student resume can not be written just any way in order to be an effective one. Follow the following important tips while writing your resume.

• All your volunteering work better be mentioned under a heading e.g. Business Experiences”or “Work Experiences.”

• As understood, you must include any or all of your paid volunteer work(s). Unpaid works are not any exception to that. Just because you didn’t get paid for doing a volunteer work doesn’t mean that the work you did is of any less importance.

• Give yourself proper titles than just the label “volunteer” for the works you did. For example, if you helped raise money, then mention yourself as a “Fundraiser” or if your work was to take the special-needs dogs to walk, mention yourself as “Responsible for exercising the special-needs dogs” instead of just “dog walker.”

• Don’t forget to mention any skills you have learnt during the volunteering work you did.

 

Country

United States

Discipline Areas

Human resources

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