Writing a resume when most of your experience and achievements are in an “academic” frame might be a tad challenging. However, there is no rule that says that a good resume cannot be written if your last experience was simply an internship or in a volunteer position. In fact, some positions require you to not have experience.
If the last time that you held a job was as an intern or extern, you may have to pay a little more attention to writing your resume, as compared to when you write one for an experienced position. The good news is that you do not have to write a long resume to convince the hiring manager of your worth. Instead, write a resume that is wholesome and concise. Here is a sample:
18 Easy Street | Scottsburg, IN 19852
(000) 193-2504 | grace.tanner @ email . com
Resourceful Dental Student with hands-on skills in performing dental examination on patients, placing special focus on determining oral / dental diseases and conditions, and providing corresponding care and advice. Competent in advising patients regarding preventative dental care and the causes and treatments of dental problems.
• Qualified to perform dental procedures such as cleaning, scaling and prophylaxis
• Skilled in diagnosing and treating oral diseases and injuries, by making good use of dental instruments
• Proven ability to conduct oral cancer screenings and amalgam and composite restorations
|✓ X-ray Interpretation||✓ Cancer Screening||✓ Preventative Care|
|✓ Socket Preservation||✓ Oral Surgeries||✓ Root Canal Handling|
|✓ Denture Construction||✓ Patient Education||✓ Emergency Dental Care|
Placerville Dental College, Scottsburg, IN
Bachelor’s Degree in Dentistry | Expected August 2017
• Continuously stood at the top of all course classes, maintaining a 99% score in each term.
• Made the Dean’s list 3 times in a row owing to exceptional contribution in class and to the school in terms of academics and representation.
Dental Aesthetics, Scottsburg, IN | 9/2016 – 2/2017
• Assisted lead dentist by laying out instruments and supplies before each dental procedure
• Examined patients’ teeth and gums to determine oral hygiene problems or diseases and conditions
• Provided dentists with information on patients’ medical histories before each examination and procedure
• Assisted dentists in handling dental procedures such as root canals, denture placement and scaling and cleaning
• Ascertained that all instruments were properly sterilized at the end of each procedure, and stored in a proper manner
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• Dentistry International Conference, San Diego, CA | 2016
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