WiE Workshop 3: Resume Writing

The SEAS WiE Workshop Series

Woman working on a resume - photo by Ree from Pexels

When writing a resume, it is important to consider what the resume reviewer will gain during the seconds it takes to scan your resume.  This one-hour workshop in our career toolkit series focuses on how your resume should be crafted to stand out. The tools presented in this session are in the context of many research studies addressing whether a woman should use her full name on her resume, what terms to use in your resume and how to craft it for each internship or job position to which you apply.

Download the video here. 

For undergraduates, download this health resume guide as a helpful example. For graduate students, download the SEAS Resume and Cover Letter Guide.

This multipart interactive series of workshops, provided by the Center for Women in Engineering, along with W. Scott Amey Career Services Center, and the GW Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, is dedicated to demystifying the processes faced by women engineers and computer scientists as they search for an internship or a job after graduation. The series is being videotaped. Download the flier of upcoming workshops.

Pizza is provided at each session. All are hosted in SEH 2000.

Join us for any or all of the series!