During my career I’ve had the opportunity to work in the career services department at my undergraduate institution and work with a nonprofit recruiter. These experiences taught me how to improve my resume, and market myself better during the interview process as a result get the jobs I want—like this one.
If you are trying to change jobs or just getting into the nonprofit sector, here’s what I’ve learned.
1. Resumes are more effective when they show specific examples of completed tasks AND organizational improvement results based on the completed tasks, for example: