Keep your resume succinct and relevant, so only include work experience that is relevant to the role
Your resume can change from time to time, make sure you update it when:
you have referenced the year you are in at school and gone up a level
if you have completed relevant work experience in a role you are applying for
if you have a change of contact details
if you have competed a course or qualification
If you do community or voluntary work include this as it highlights to the employer that you are a caring individual and a team player. Take advantage of the many opportunities that Marymount offers in this area
There are many resources out there to assist students in finding a career. MyFuture (website) is a great tool that allows students to explore lots of different careers and the qualifications required. Through this tool, students can build their profile, including their interests, skills, values, education and much more. This process starts with a simple activity which prompts students to think about the things they might enjoy in the world of work. Check it out here.
Myths of Study Are you aware of the myriad of ways you can study these days? Check out Nick's myths of study where he talks about his experience with university and the different things he has learnt along the way. As Nick says 'there is a kiddie pool sized amount of ways to study just waiting for you'.