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Use a template to create a resume

If you need help creating a resume or cover letter, start with one of the dozens of professionally-designed resume and cover letter templates that are available in Word.

Go to File > New .

In the search box, type Resume or Cover Letter.

The search word, Resume, is highlighted on the New document screen.

Double-click the template you want to use.

Replace the placeholder text with your own information.

On the File menu, select New from Template .

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Create and use your own template in Office for Mac

Making a resume like this while you're online is quick and easy.

Note:  This template comes with a cover letter, so you'll have everything in one document.

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Choose one of our resume templates , and open it in Word for the web to make it yours.

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As you work on the resume, you'll probably want to rename it.

The template uses a table to line everything up. If you need to add more lines for job experience or education, add rows to the table by going up to Layout under Table Tools and clicking Insert Below (or Insert Above) .

Insert Below and Insert Above commands

For tips on writing your resume, check out Six steps to developing a great resume .

When you're finished, print it out or share it online. You can do this with the resume still open in Word for the web. No need to save it first (that's already done for you).

To print it, press Ctrl+P, and wait for the Print dialog box.

Note:  If you don't see a Print dialog box, click the link for opening a PDF version of your resume. From there, use the PDF program's Print command.

To share it online, send a link:

Near the top of the screen, click Share .

Under Share , click Get a Link .

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Under Choose an option , click View only .

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Click Create Link .

Click on the web address to select it, and then copy and paste it into an email, message, or post.

Tip:  If you have a blog or website, you can embed a view of your resume there.


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  • 01 Overview

03 Pick an activity

04 cool down, how to build a standout resume lesson.

3 Activities

Low threshold, high ceiling

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If you’re here, it means you’re looking for ways to teach your high school students professional skills. This 60-minute lesson plan has everything you need to teach your students resume-writing skills so they can write resumes that grab employers’ attention and, most importantly, lead to interviews. It includes materials, learning objectives and standards, activities and instructions, and student handouts. We also recommend tech tools that you can use to make the learning experience fun and interactive for your students.

Learning objectives.

  • Students will learn about the importance of tailoring their resume to their audience.
  • Students will draft a resume for a fictional student in response to a sample job posting.
  • Students will write accomplishment statements they can use on their resumes.
  • Students will learn about three common resume formats, and how to choose which format is best for them.
  • Students will draft a complete resume they can continue to refine and tailor.
  • Students will gain confidence and feel more comfortable about drafting and tailoring resumes for future job applications.

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Get students warmed up and ready to tackle the next activity with a quick Do Now and Debrief, and Framing to help them understand the importance of resume building.

When students enter the classroom or sign into class online, project the slide that asks the following questions. You can also use a collaborative tool like Padlet and post the question there:

What is a resume anyway? How are they used and why do they matter?

Debrief Do Now

Invite students to share out. If you use Padlet, give students the opportunity to read each other’s responses before they share. If you’re teaching in person, you can cold call or ask for volunteers. Online, you can ask students to type in the chat box. As students are sharing, note patterns that come up in their responses.

Once several students share, emphasize that a resume is a document that helps potential employers understand who you are when applying for a job:

“You might think that your resume’s goal is to win you a great job. That’s true in the long-run. But in the hiring process, a resume’s greatest impact comes when you first apply for the job. That’s when a company decides whether you’ll be one of a very few applicants who are invited to a job interview.”

Framing: Why do we need to learn this?

It’s important to format your resume in a way that allows recruiters and hiring managers to easily scan and identify your qualifications as they pertain to a specific job opportunity. They’re looking for one thing: how precisely your resume matches the requirements of the job they want to fill.

Recruiters spend an average of about six seconds reviewing a resume before making a decision to: a) continue reading, b) maybe save for later, or c) abandon and move on. And in some companies, the “person” measuring how well you match up isn’t a human at all! It’s a computer program on the lookout for key words and phrases.

Your resume needs to make a great first impression and fast. How can you write a resume that will help you get in the door? How do you get started?

Optional: You may want to show this video clip (5:54).

Pick an activity

Pick one activity to do in a single class period or do all three across multiple classes. each is around 30 minutes and designed to stand on its own—but they also work well together.

Understanding your audience jigsaw

Students will work together to prepare a resume based on a fictional profile.

Developing your resume content glow and grow

Students will practice writing Accomplishment Statements.

Build your resume

Students will build their own resume based on common resume formats.

Whether you did one activity or all three, give students the opportunity to reflect and set goals afterwards. These self-assessments will also help you figure out what you need to do next to help them meet the learning objectives/grow stronger resume skills.

Here are some suggestions:.

No matter which activity you did, give students the opportunity to reflect and set a goal for their next steps. These self-assessments will also help you figure out what you need to do next to help them meet the learning objectives and grow stronger in resume-writing skills. Here are some suggestions:

You can use a tool like Mentimeter or Poll Everywhere to do a pulse check. Ask students on a scale of 1-5 (1 not confident, 5 ready to tailor their resume now), how prepared they feel to draft and tailor their resumes for potential employers. This information is also helpful for you, as you can use their responses to think about how much more guidance they need and whether or not you want to dig deeper into this skill.

Create a Google Form that gives students a place to reflect and set a goal. Here are some questions you might include:   

  • How prepared do you feel to draft and tailor resumes for potential employers?
  • What aspect of the resume-writing process do you feel most confident about?
  • What part of your resume do you want to work on next?
  • What do you need more help with?

Encourage students to continually assess their resumes, and adapt them as their goals change and as they gain experience. Remind them to consider format and content. Here are some questions they can ask themselves:

  • Will my resume stand out in a pile?
  • Have I considered the employer’s perspective?
  • Have I shown the employer I can do the job?
  • Do the headings I use and their order reflect what is most important to the position?
  • Do my bullet points include details about the quality and impact of my past work—the “So what?”
  • Can I say the same thing with fewer words?
  • Is it free of spelling and grammar errors?
  • Have I asked someone to proofread it and offer feedback?
  • Is my name and key contact information up-to-date and clearly visible on every page?
  • Is the text (font and size) easy to read?
  • Is there enough white space?
  • Is my formatting consistent?

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Resume Writing

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Resume Writing. Creating An Effective Resume. What is a resume?. One page summary of your skills, education, and experience. Advertisement for yourself Be creative with the formats Be sure to proofread for spelling and grammatical errors. Thi s is the key to a good job.

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Resume Writing Creating An Effective Resume

What is a resume? • One page summary of your skills, education, and experience. • Advertisement for yourself • Be creative with the formats • Be sure to proofread for spelling and grammatical errors This is the key to a good job

How long do employers typically look at a resume? A. 30 seconds • 30 seconds • 3 minutes • 1 minute Employers often receive hundreds of resumes for a single position. They do not have the time to pour every word on each one. This increases the importance of making it eye-catching and cleaning up the smallest details.

What should be included on a resume? • Necessary elements: • Heading • Essential personal information • Formal name (not nickname) • Complete address • Best phone number to reach you • E-mail address if you have one • Objective • A one sentence explanation of the type of job you are seeking. • Try to make it specific to the job for which you are applying • If you are unsure about the specific job, then list your career goals

What should be included on a resume? • Education • Do not include information about Jr. High or Middle School. • Specify dates of attendance and/or graduation (expected graduation date) • If your education is relevant to the job, then include the courses/training which apply to it

What should be included on a resume? • Experience • Include present and previous employers • List in reverse chronological order starting with most recent first and then going backwards • Include descriptions of what your job duties were for each position • Be sure to use action verbs (See handout)

What should be included on a resume? • Activities • Employers like to see people who are involved with their schools or communities • Include years you participated • Skills • Be sure to include special skills or talents relevant to the job • Type 60 wpm • Fluent in French • etc

How do I set up a resume? • Divide into distinct sections • Stand out as boldface, larger text • Employers have certain headings that interest them • Make it easy for them to find what they are looking for

How do I set up a resume? • Arrangement • Chronological Format • Ideal for most young people • Follows work history backwards from current job • List employers, dates, and job responsibilities • Use if you are new to the workforce and have limited experience • Functional Format • Created without employment dates or company names • Concentrates on skills and responsibilities • Highlights accomplishments • Used after you have developed your career skills

How do I set up a resume? • Arrangement • Most high school and college students include the Education section directly after the objective • If you have experience that relates directly to the job, you should place Experience section above Education • Sentences or Phrases • Use action phrases instead of complete sentences • Leave out unnecessary words • Try to match skills and experience with the employer’s needs

Does the look of a resume matter? • Absolutely! • Use white or off-white professional weight paper • Use black ink • Avoid using colored paper or fancy graphics • Unless applying for career where graphics might set you apart • Art • Graphic Design • Advertising • Etc. • Use a quality laser printer

Resume Tips and Suggestions • Make it a concise, factual, and positive listing of your education, employment history, and accomplishments • Perfect! Proofread!!!!! Proofread!!!!! Proofread!!!!!! It only takes one mistake, spelling/grammatical error Ask others to proofread for you • Limit to one page One inch margins around the page Leave blank lines between sections Use 10 pt font size Avoid underlining

Resume Tips and Suggestions • Lack of work experience Emphasize accomplishments in and out of the classroom Discuss volunteer activities, hobbies, sports, honor roll, and student organizations that help define who you are List only recent honors and awards • Objective Present in a manner that relates both to the company and the job description • Honest Tell the truth on your resume No little “white lies” Employers will pick up on it during the interview

Resume Tips and Suggestions • Choose your words carefully Sound positive and confident - Not aggressive or overly confident Avoid using the word “I” Begin descriptions with a verb • Sell Yourself! This is your first impression Be sure to emphasize skills and abilities appropriate to the position Make sure you stand out from everyone else

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