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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Resume Rubric - NACE

Resume Rubric
 
BEST
Resume should effectively land you an interview.
WORST
Resume needs significant improvement and would be discarded during screening
Format
This resume fills the page but is not overcrowded. There are no grammar or spelling errors. It can be easily scanned.
This resume is either one-half page or two to three pages long. The font is too big or may be hard to read. There is more white space than words on the page. There are multiple spelling and/or grammar errors.
Education Section
This section is organized, clear, and well defined. It highlights the most pertinent information and includes: institution and its location, graduation date, major, degree, GPA, study abroad (as appropriate), and any relevant course work.
This section is missing the most crucial information. Institution is listed, but not its location and graduation date is missing. The major is included, but not degree. No GPA is stated.
Experience Section
This section is well defined, and information relates to the intended career field. Places of work, location, titles, and dates are included for each position. Descriptions are clear and formatted as bullets beginning with action verbs. (This section could be split into related and other experience.)
There is no order to the descriptions of each position. Descriptions are not detailed and don't illustrate the experience. No locations and dates of employment are listed.
Honors/ Activities
This section is well organized and easy to understand. Activities and honors are listed, and descriptions include skills gained and leadership roles held. Dates of involvement are listed.
This section is missing—or contains very little—information. Organization titles or dates of involvement are not included, and there are no descriptions.
Courtesy of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, copyright holder. www.naceweb.org 

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