* Bachelor of Arts Brigham Young University GPA 3.74 9/2000--6/2004
Major: Humanities with an English Emphasis, German Minor
*Associate of Arts Ricks College GPA 3.84 2/1998--6/1999
Major: General Studies
Homemaker 6/2004 -- present
BYU Bookstore 1/2003--2/2004
Custom Framing: Assembled and completed custom framing of prints and artwork, requiring an attention to detail, an eye for design, and excellent customer service.
Contact: Todd (801) 123-4567
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 4/2001-- 11/2002
Church representative and missionary: Lived and worked in Switzerland, which required a working knowledge of the German language, as well as strong interpersonal skills and extensive self-motivation.
Contact: N. Hahl (801)123-4567
A. Rodriguez 9/1999--5/2000
Live-in nanny: Provided child care for four children, ages 0-11 years, as well as household management.
Contact: M. Mayorga (801) 123-4567
Church Education System 6/1999-8/1999 and 5/2000-8/2000
Youth Counselor, Especially For Youth: Supervising, teaching, and mentoring youth for five day religiously based camps held on various campuses around the United States.
Contact: J. Smith (801) 123-4567
T. Cheney Ecclesiastical leader (704) 123-4567
L. Coombs Neighbor and friend (704) 123-4567
Note: Okay. I know. It's the most boring entry EVER. But I was looking at my brothers resumes and thinking about how AWFUL and out of date mine is now. It got me itching to do one. So go ahead, check "Bo-ring". *hmmph*
Of course, it also got me thinking "Would I really include Homemaker under my work experience?" That's a tough question for me. I've never worked harder at anything in my LIFE and nothing I've ever done has required more skill. Thanks to this "motherhood/wife" position, I can fluently converse with people in the medical field, the education field, the speech therapy field, the finance field, the home repair and car repair fields, among others. I mean, seriously?? Does it really not belong on my resume?