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  1. Contact Information: Include your full name, phone number, email address, and home address, email addresses should not contain nicknames and or messages that may be perceived as offense to the person that is hiring you.
  2. Objective or Summary Statement: A brief statement at the beginning of the resume summarizing your goals, skills, and what you can bring to the position you’re applying for.
  3. Education: List your high school name, expected graduation date, and any relevant academic achievements (e.g., honor roll, GPA if it’s strong).
  4. Skills: Highlight any skills you possess that are relevant to the job you’re applying for. This could include computer skills, language proficiency, communication skills, teamwork, problem-solving abilities, etc.
  5. Extracurricular Activities: Include any clubs, sports teams, or other extracurricular activities you’re involved in. Mention any leadership roles or significant contributions you’ve made.
  6. Volunteer Work or Community Service: Detail any volunteer experiences you’ve had, including the organization’s name, your role, and the dates of your involvement. This demonstrates your commitment to serving others and gaining valuable experience.
  7. Projects or Achievements: If you’ve completed any noteworthy projects, competitions, or achievements (e.g., science fair projects, art exhibitions, coding projects), include them on your resume along with a brief description of your role and the outcome.
  8. References: Optionally, you can include references or simply mention that they are available upon request. References could include teachers, coaches, or community leaders who can vouch for your character and abilities.
  9. Formatting and Presentation: Keep the resume clean, well-organized, and easy to read. Use bullet points to list information and choose a professional font and layout. Make sure to proofread for any typos or errors.
  10. Customization: Tailor your resume for each job application by emphasizing the skills and experiences most relevant to the position. Research the company and the job requirements to understand what they’re looking for and align your resume accordingly.
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