Apr 4, '15
It is wierd how 90+ people viewed without commenting. Well I'm where you're at, I'm about to graduate the third week in May.
I think your resume looks great! Looks like you're in a good position to start your career as an RN. You're currently a PCA in a hospital, you have phlebotomy training, you volunteer...what could be better? Don't know if the lower lines of asterix's were meant to not be bold as above ones were. The only thing I would do different would be to break up the run-on sentence of your second bullet point under your job responsibilities into two or three sentences. And, put the verbs in the sentence into the same tense, i.e., "ensures safety.....and responding to patient needs" would be "ensures safety.....responds to patient needs..." Actually I would probably word it in first person tense, ( "Ensure safety... Respond to patient needs. Assist RNs...."), wording it as if to say,"I ensure, I respond, I assist." Just grammatical details could be polished, but your content is solid.
Best of luck!
Last edit by zephyr9 on Apr 4, '15
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