|Posted by lilemdo on January 19, 2012 at 6:50 AM||comments (0)|
So, I can understand your thought process right now: why exactly would my child (under 17) need a resume?
This is taken from the actual website:
A resume for a child:
Presents a child in such a way that others will want to invest in that child
Shows that a child's accomplishments go beyond his or her report card
Affirms the importance of what a child does
I'm actually rather impressed. There were several (and by several, I mean, A LOT) of different examples of how your child can use a resume to better themselves. Some examples of things that can go onto your child's resume would be sport activities, any awards they have won, hobbies, any training or certification and the list continues.
I actually think this is a rather great resource to have. It can help your child and the investment pays off. They actually use these in some schools in Atlanta, Georgia to better children.
You can purchase Resumes For Children here and I would highly recommend it. Help your child better their career now.
You can enter to win one! I am giving FIVE lucky readers the chance to win a copy of Resumes For Children!
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This giveaway is now over! I linked it to my other blog for now and did it on Facebook, since this was not working correctly. Thank you to those who didn't mind the inconvenience. I promise next time, this will be better.