Sections of a Resume | The George Washington University

SECTIONS OF A RESUME
Contact Information
Name
Address
Telephone Number and
Email Address

Objective
It is not essential that you include an objective statement but if you do, it needs to be concise and specific
The objective should contain short-term (immediate) and long term (ultimate) career goals

Education
In reverse chronological order, the name and location of the university or college you were enrolled in
The degree earned and the actual, anticipated date of graduation
Major, minor, concentration
Relevant honors (e.g. Magna cum Laude, Summa cum Laude). Do not list Dean's list or other awards here
If you completed a thesis or dissertation as part of your Masters or PhD, include your thesis/dissertation title here
Don't include GPA information here

Sections of a Resume - Home - PaulGuWiki

Of all possible sections of a resume, perhaps the contact section is the most important. If you are going to the trouble of putting out a resume, who, precisely is the resume about? So, you include your name.


Defining Sections Of A Resume - How To Make A Resume

SECTIONS OF A RESUME

The basic sections of a resume are the most important for you to focus on. Completion of the video will walk you through listing the name and contact section, your objective, your experience and your education.