A Winning Resume
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This short course is designed to help neurodivergent people craft a good resume for use in job applications or internship searches.
The objectives of this course are to:
Donna Hudson, Confidence Coach
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Meet the Expert!
Meet the other Contributors
Appendix A: Icons for Learning
Appendix B1: Accessibility Support
Appendix B2: Accessibility for Wellness
Appendix C: Feeling Words
Purpose of a Resume
EXPERT VOICE: Neurodivergent Coach Explains Importance of a Resume
When to Use a Resume?
Types of Resumes
Is a "Personal Objective" Essential?
5 Tips to Shape a Good Resume
Chapter 1 quiz
Must Haves on a Resume
Exploring Transferable Skills
Reflecting on Context (Activity)
Matching Skills Matters
Transferable Skills 4 Life (Activity)
Chapter 2 quiz
How to write an action-statement
Not all verbs are created equal
Best practice for numbers
Common pitfalls in resume writing
Zhuzh your Resume (Project Activity)
Chapter 3 quiz
Why Tailor at All?
How to shine?
Chapter 4 quiz
How did you go? (Resource)
EXPERT VOICE: Neurodivergent Coach Explains How to Demonstrate Confidence in your Resume Writing
Professional Objectives - Template
A Winning Resume (Project Activity)
Summary of Resume Formatting [Video]
A Winning Cover Letter (Project Activity)
References - Do or Do not?
EXPERT VOICE: Neurodivergent Coach Explains The Benefits of a Clear Mindset
Chapter 5 quiz
Even More Resources for You
Free Resume Evaluation
Job Readiness Workbook for Autistics
Final Takehome Message
Good Wishes to You! [Video]
References for Course