Most scholarships require some form of a résumé that highlights your accomplishments and activities.

You should keep a detailed record of everything that could possibly be included on a résumé. Many scholarships limit the the size of your résumé, so you'll need to decide how to best represent your accomplishments.

We encourage you to utilize our office, along with other resources such as the Career Center, to prepare the best résumé possible. The more feedback you receive on your materials, the better they become!

Director David Schug discusses how to lay a foundation for your résumé.