"The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential... these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence"
- Confucius
"Always desire to learn something useful."
- Sophocles
"Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it."
- Dwight D. Eisenhower
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does. "
- William James
"Wherever you are - be all there. "
- Jim Elliot
"Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later"
- Og Mandino
"Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful or happy. "
- Norman Vincent Peale
  • Resume Tips

    Here are some questions to help you build your resume by adding more bullets, as well as prepare you for your interview. Remember never assume anything; write as if the person reading your resume knows nothing.

    Q: What were some of your personal accomplishments at your last job?

    Ex. Opening up major retail accounts, an employee of the month award, cutting company costs by 25 %

    Q: Besides for you employment history, do you have volunteer experience?

    Ex. Running a bake sale or running in a marathon show that you have fundraising skills.

    Feel free to use the mock resume below as a guide on how to structure your resume!




    David Jones - Name

    123 Sesame Street  -Address

    New York New York, 11229

    djones@gmail.com 718-321-5432 – contact information


    Write a sentence about the job you are looking to do.


    Work Experience:

                                                                                                                            (Chronological Order)

    Sephardic Bikur Holim Brooklyn, NY            (Name of company and city)              July 2005- Present

    Job Title/Accountant

    ·         Describe what you did

    ·         List your job duties and accomplishments


    Yeshiva of New York                                                                                     June 2001- July 2005

    Job Title/ Teacher

    ·         Describe what you did

    ·         List your job duties and accomplishments



    ·         List computer skills that you have

    ·         List any languages you speak

    ·         Organized/Excellent communication skills


    Education: (Below write your highest level of education)

    Brooklyn College                                                                                             Graduated: May 2002

    BA in Psychology



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      There's nothing you can do to change your work experience, so the best strategy is to develop a forward-looking resume that shows the value you offer potential employers. If you are sticking with a chronological resume format, lead with a Qualifications Summary, a narrative profile summing up your key qualifications for the position. This will draw attention to your strengths.
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      Think about other activities you can use to fill that time period. You might have experience relevant to your job target, regardless of whether you were paid. Volunteer activities, community involvement...
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      What did you bring to the company that was not in place before?
    • 4
      Did you implement any new procedures/policies and how did they streamline and/or increase productivity?
    • 5
      Did you improve/change "That’s the way it's always been done for years!" and what was the outcome (i.e. incentives, quality of life, motivation, moral, etc.)?
    • 6
      Specify specific projects you worked on and what you did on these projects?
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      What kind of role did you play in training employees?
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      Did you receive any awards; break any records (sales, productivity, absenteeism, turnover, etc)?
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      Did you supervise/manage employees? For what purpose did you train (if you did).
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      Remember never assume anything, write as if the person reading your resume knows nothing)?
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      Of course, we will leave things out of the resume to discuss on the interview.
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