- Career Field
- International Relations
- Los Angeles, CA
Block your contact information next time you upload.
I say remove the objective. Its too general and doesnt add a lot of value to your resume. Save this language for your cover letters.
Nice work here, very professional presentation.
Focus on hard skills and label this section "Skills". Languages, computers and other hard skills will enhance your work experience section. Dont focus on what you want to do, just what skills you bring to the table.
Your "Work Experience" section needs the most work and will have the biggest impact going forward. If you have more experience add it. If not, network with the right people and get a solid internship this summer. Youll need to get your foot in the door.
A little on the short side. Needs a lot of work!
Dave, you have a good start to your resume, but this is very much a draft compared to what it can become (you mention this in the title of course). At first glance it looks like you need to gain more work experience, ideally some internship experience in International Relations. You have a solid GPA and academic background so obtaining an internship level position should not be too difficult. Additionally, be sure to block your contact information on future drafts when uploading to Razume. But given you're showing your email address, you may consider creating a new address, which will look more professional to recruiters. It might seem like a small change, but recruiters notice, especially if they're writing you an email to tell you if you've been hired or not. Overall, take a look at some top rated resumes in international relations on Razume. Do your research and add much more detail. Best of luck.