It is to your advantage to provide as much pertinent information as possible in the following optional sections.
Include any classes, seminars, coursework, certifications, or training you have completed that relate to skills and experience the position requires.
In addition to providing the names of your supervisors, you may want to list professional or personal references who can vouch for your character, work ethic and dependability. Colleagues, classmates, mentors and other individuals you have worked closely with can add credibility to your application.
Include any language experience you may have and your level of proficiency.
List any professional associations, societies, clubs or other organizations you are affiliated with. Highlight your leadership roles and volunteer experience as it relates to the job description.
Include any publications you have contributed to, along with the names and dates of those publications.
In this section, include any other relevant information: awards, leadership activities, public-speaking engagements, volunteer experience or other items. You may choose to list your availability, the type of work environment you seek and your desired location. Recruiters use these items to determine your interests and will not exclude your resume from consideration.
Federal Resume Examples
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This page is adapted from Gogoverment.org’s Writing Your Federal Resume and USA JOBS’s Help Center.