How to write your own Human Resources Intern resume?
1. Fill the space with a brief description of yourself
Due to the way things usually are at the workplace, interns are not very well-known among the full-time employees, bared the internship supervisor. Even if interns are assigned a supervisor or are applying to assist in a particular person’s team, that person can have a hard time referring to them. Working people want to avoid this kind of confusion, so they will not pick up resumes that do not stand out.
The way you can make yourself seem different, maybe even command respect despite applying to be an intern, is to ‘introduce’ yourself to the readers. Describe who you are, what you do, and why you applied in full sentences. They will be drawn to it and remember that you specifically pointed these things out to them.
Human Resources Intern Profile Example
"I am a senior student at the University of Economics and Law, majoring in International Business."
"A fast learner and hard worker with high responsibility is seeking for an internship opportunity."
2. Give information regarding your background and experience
Interns aren’t expected to have a lot of previous experience working in an actual industry but having something to put down to fill this gap in is definitely a plus.
Even if you do not have work experience, writing down other kinds of activities that you may have partaken in which resemble work. Having participated in volunteering activities, receiving awards for completing courses, or winning competitions ca all help build the image of yourself as a starting professional who is truly ready to take on the industry. Also, make sure that the activities you put down are all relevant to the HR field so that you do not overload the resume with unnecessary information.
Human Resources Intern Experience Example
Recruiter Intern / Acacy Co., Ltd (07/2018 – 09/2018)
3. Play around with the visual aspects of the resume
If you do not have as much professional work experience, try adding on other things which could paint a portrait of you as a worker. Indicate your cognitive traits, social skills, work ethic, and more. This is also somewhere, where you can experiment with making the resume more interesting visually.
For example, when listing cognitive abilities, quantify the extent to which you excel at applying these skills in school or university, your volunteering job, or in day-to-day life. You can try doing this by mini-charts or other graphical representations.