This page is a tool to help you prepare a basic resume.
Enter the information requested. At the completion of the process you will have the
opportunity to print your completed resume. Use your mouse to point to
any space into which you wish to enter information. Your keyboard's TAB key will also
advance through the form. Important: do NOT use the enter key.
Nothing you type is kept by us.
When you leave our site the information you typed is deleted.
Note 1: Many browsers add header and footer information to your printed resume.
On Microsoft Explorer you can delete the header and footer information by selecting Page Setup from
your browser's file menu. Jot down the codes that are in the Header and Footer boxes (in case you want to restore
the codes later). Once that's completed, simple delete the information in the header and footer areas.
Note 2: Once the resume is loaded into your browser, you can save the
resume to your own computer by selecting "Save As" from the file menu. You can then print the resume as many times as you
want without having to retype the information. Some word processors will also allow you to edit the resume!
Note 3: Do you want more than one copy of your resume? Instead of clicking the print icon on your
browser's menu bar, you can select "Print" from the "File" menu and enter the desired number in the "Number of copies"
Note 4: Use bright white paper and crisp black ink when printing your resume to present a professional, polished
document. Resist the urge to use colored paper or colored ink. Potential employers have to read your resume. Nothing is
as easy to read as black ink on white paper.
Note 5: Applying for different positions with different qualifying criteria? Create
multiple resumes! Personalize each resume by tailoring it to the job. That involves more typing, but the benefits
may outweigh the extra work.