Not sure how to set up your resume and apply for jobs? Let our staff help you each step of the way. Resumes are necessary if you want to get a job, internship, or apply for graduate school or scholarships. Your resume serves as an advertisement. It is used for the same purpose as television commercials and print ads: to sell a product. Only, in this case, the product is you. We encourage students to use our sample resume in preferred format - this format is recommended by the Berry Career Institute and provides a clean and consistent way to list your experiences - we also offer examples of resumes used for different majors:

Arts General                  Arts Technical  

Business Analytics       Education

Computer Science 1     Computer Science 2      

Health Sciences 1         Health Sciences 2


CV (Curriculum Vitae) Example- Undercover Recruiter cites that the three major differences between CVs and resumes are the length, the purpose and the layout. A resume is a brief summary of your skills and experience over one or two pages usually for an employer, a CV is more detailed, can stretch well beyond two pages, and is more widely used in academia. Read more. 

These examples are available as Word documents by request.

Following are other helpful resources to get you started on your resume: