If you want to obtain an interesting, challenging and well-paid position once you graduate from high school or college, you will need to put a lot of effort when writing your resume.
The idea of securing an entry-level animal science job with good long-term career growth appeals to all of us. But we have to strive to achieve the position where we can make this happen. Fortunately, there is a lot that you can do to make this a reality.
Once you have found a career-related position that will suit your individual goals, you need to think of ways to “get in there and come out with the prize”. This is not an impossible thing to do if your resume speaks for you.
Remember that your resume for an internship or an entry-level job will differ from someone who has had some experience in hand.
You will have limited information in hand, therefore, you will need to make sure that you use this information as wisely as possible.
At this point, your activities and interest and any volunteer work that you have done can be real assets. These display a great deal about you, providing the hiring authority information on your integrity and work abilities.
Animal Science Internship Resume Example
552 S Melville Street, Rensselaer, IN 11212
debraherbert @email .com
A passionate animal science student with a deep interest in researching animal nutrition and breeding. Exceptionally talented in determining the effects of management practices and processing methods on the quality and quantity of animal products.
• Deep familiarity with controlling animal selection and breeding practices to increase production efficiency
• Skilled at developing and implementing improved practices in feeding, housing, sanitation and disease control in animals
• Qualified to handle crossbreeding in animals with existing strains or cross strains to obtain new combinations of desirable characters
• Proven ability to determine the genetic composition of animal populations by utilizing set principles of genetics
Bachelor of Science in Animal Science
INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, Rensselaer, IN – 2015
Animal Cell & Molecular Biology | Anatomy and Physiology
Farm Animal Care | Genetics & Breeding
Animal Nutrition & Feeding | Reproduction
Infection and Immunity | Animal Diseases
KEY SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE
• Animal Nutrition • Environmental Conditions
• Production Increment • Breeding Techniques
• Disease Control • Traits Heritability
• Animal Selection Research • Immune System Improvement
• Waste Matter Disposal • Infection and Immunity
Volunteer – Animal Science Department
ZOETIS, Rensselaer, IN
Sep 2019-Dec 2019
• Assisted in developing new animal life models and surrogate endpoints
• Researched effects of management practices, feed and environmental conditions on quality and quantity of animal products such as eggs and milk
• Assisted in conducting studies concerning animal nutrition and breeding processes
• Provided support in developing improved processes for animal housing and parasite and disease control
• Contributed to devising effective methods of feeding techniques
Excellent references available on request