- United States
- Career Field
- Broadcasting Communications Entertainment & Media Hospitality Journalism Screenwriting & TV Writing Other
- Allentown, PA Boston, MA Los Angeles, CA New York, NY Orlando, FL Philadelphia, PA San Francisco, CA Washington, DC
Overall, I think you have great content in your resume, but the presentation needs a lot of work. First, your text is centered, and makes it very difficult to read. Additionally, you're resume should only be one page, meaning you should cut out all non-essential information to provide the most concise summary of your experience. What is recommend is spending some time on Razume looking at top rated resumes in your career field--broadcasting/communications. Then I suggest you restructure your resume to have the following three sections in this order: "Education", "Work Experience" and "Skills". These are the sections employers are looking for the other information, including your objective is too vague and non-essential. Note: once you're a few years out from graduation, you'll want to move your education below Work Experience. Be sure to repost your resume after you've made some much needed revisions to your format. Best of luck.