Developing an entry-level resume is probably more challenging than writing one for a position for which you are quite experienced.
This is because you have a lot of information to work with where experienced positions are concerned.
But where positions for which you have little or no experience, you will need to wrack your brains.
The good news is that there is a way out. Thankfully, the experience is not the highest requirement for an entry-level position. While employers like it if you have some experience in a similar capacity, usually a volunteer or an internship is sufficient to boast your way in.
But instead of focusing on your experience, look at what you have to offer in terms of skills and qualifications, as these are what will help you gain experience.
This is what hiring managers look for primarily in entry-level resumes. Here is a sample resume for an entry-level health educator position to help you along:
Entry Level Health Educator Resume Example
1938 Fort Road, Mason City, IA 58002
Organized, resourceful, and systematic individual, with extensive interest in working with communities to ensure that their health education needs are met. Highly skilled in determining clients’ health education requirements, and providing them with correlating support.
• Proven ability to develop, prepare, and present health education programs, such as training workshops, and conferences.
• Effectively able to create educational materials and programs for community agencies, and government bodies.
• Familiar with preparing and distributing health education materials, including bulletins and reports.
• Competent in documenting all health education activities, according to specified instructions.
|Application Development||Resources Development||Records Maintenance|
|Health Needs Determination||Tools Development||Presentation|
Mason City College, Mason City, IA
Bachelor’s in Community Health
• Led the college community services club for 3 years in a row.
• Stood at the top of the class in all semesters, owing to exceptional academic excellence.
Volunteer | 1/2017 – 5/2017
Community Health Affairs, Mason City, IA
• Assisted educators in providing clients with information on specified available resources.
• Provided support in determining clients’ specific health needs, and efficiently documenting them.
• Assisted in the development and implementation of community health education programs.
• Helped improve client education materials, and other tools to encourage healthy decisions.
• Handled assessments of health communication interventions and policies.
Excellent professional references available
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