Ah! You made it – I’ve been waiting for you. Now that you’re here, let me tell you about me and my site. ResumesforChildren.com is more than a website that encourages resume development for children it will help parents find F.R.E.E. activities for their children that will help build the children strong resumes.  The word F.R.E.E. means Finding Real Educational Experiences. There are a lot of informational goodies on ResumesforChildren.com. It’s here to help parents solve problems such as, but not limited to:

  • Their child’s low reading levels, and helping to raise them
  • Finding out-of-the way places to obtain college scholarships
  • Where to get monies to pay for children’s activities
  • Life skills for children

About Me

Hi I’m Donna Kristine Manley, but my friends call me Kris. There I am, at the top right of this page. I’m a product of the New York City school system. Born and raised in the South Bronx, but now I’m a Georgia peach living in Atlanta. I’m a S.T.E.M. kinda gal with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering Technology and another degree in Communications Electronics Technology – I still don’t know why I  chose Engineering. I’m not working in the field as of yet.

I’m hooked on HGTV (love the show, Fixer Upper, and I also like the show Swamp People – I said that too loud). I love to hike, swim, and blog – can’t you tell (I mean about the blogging part?). I’m a children’s book author which I never dreamed I would be. I’m not bragging, but one of my books, Resumes for Children – 17 Years Old and Under is a Mom’s Choice Award Gold recipient, but so is Pampers Cruisers. So I guess I’m up there with poop! LOL!

I’m  a speaker and I teach a wonderful seminar on how to develop a child’s resume. Believe it or not kids can get away with a lot more on their resumes than adults can, and that’s the fun part. I have another online home called Hubpages.com where I write various articles. To see where I’ve been and to listen to some of my radio interviews please see my Media Coverage page.

I was a foster parent to a niece and a nephew, and thank God they turned out just fine, at least I think so – they call and Facebook me. I really don’t have much more to say other than peruse my site, please comment; let’s start a conversation, share articles, and assist others in life, so c’mon, let’s go!

Did You Know?

Your child can get a taste of college before he or she actually attends? Visit Academicearth.org and listen to lectures from top colleges and universities like M.I.T. (Massachusettes Institute of Technology), Carnegie Mellon, Standford, UC Berkeley, and Villanova.


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