Again, you want to have the following sections in this order: Education, Work Experience, Awards/Activities, and Skills.
No need to have an objective in my opinion, you can add this language to your cover letters.
Make sure to remove these sections. Employers by US law are not allowed to ask marital status. For references, if they want them, they will ask.
Move you skills section to the bottom. Try to focus on Language and Hard skills like computer knowledge, etc.
This just tells me what you've done. A resume is a marketing tool and this doesn't give me any information of why I should offer you an interview
Great start here with your resume. You should consider re thinking the basic strategy of your resume prior to filling in more detail. For one, I would structure your resume in this order given you are still in school: 1) Education, 2) Work Experience, 3) Activities/Awards and 4) Skills. All other sections including Objective, Marital Status and References should be removed. Once you get your order figured out, then you start added quantifiable details to your employment section. Take a look at some other top rated finance resumes for more ideas. Best of luck!