Business Computer Information Systems I-A – Unit 3: Word Processing
Project: Creating a Resume
Your resume is one of the most important business documents you'll ever create. In fact, without a well-written resume, you might not have very many opportunities to create other business documents! In this assignment, you'll use the skills you've learned to build an effective resume.
• Create a resume using word processing software.
For this assignment you may write your own resume or use the following information to write one for a fictitious person, Keith Adams.
• Keith Adams 1122 South Terrace Tempe, AZ 85281 480-897-4444 email@example.com
• Keith would like to find a job where he repairs equipment and becomes a better welder.
• Keith worked at Majestic Cinemas from May of 2005–July of 2007. While he worked at the movie theater, he sold tickets. He also worked at the concession stand selling candy, popcorn, and drinks. He was responsible for making the schedule for eight other employees that worked in concessions.
• Keith also worked at Larry's Lawnmower service from September of 2002–March of 2005. He mowed lawns, pulled weeds, and cleaned up yards. He also installed and repaired in-ground sprinkler systems. He repaired lawnmower equipment by welding. In addition, he sprayed chemicals to kill weeds.
• Keith has just recently graduated from high school. Other skills include: keyboarding at 60 wpm, word-processing skills, and skills in welding and other machine shop equipment.
Use a word processor to create your resume. Follow the suggestions for formatting and the tips for writing the content discussed in "Resumes." When you have completed the resume, save and upload the file.
This assignment is best completed using a word processor. Instruct the student to upload the completed resume, which should incorporate all the writing tips indicated above. Use the essay score box to enter the student's grade for this assignment....