We write for parents who seek creative ways to raise articulate, respectful, and educated children by recommending out-of-the box activities, experts, and resources that are fun for children and easy on parents' pockets. How to write a resume for a child is part of our philosophy because, we believe, a resume for a child is a self esteem booster, and shows a child is more than his or her report card. High school resumes are important because this is one document that is used as a building block for capturing ones' accomplishments, awards, leadership abilities, and interests.
Your child is going to need a resume in the future for a variety of opportunities, so writing a resume now, i.e., preferably before the teen years, gives him or her a step up in life. Additionally, it helps your child make a powerful impression for a plethora of things he or she will be applying to as they get ready for college, applying for scholarships, interviewing for academic slots, applying for competitions, or for that volunteer engagement.
Our content is not just focused on how to write a resume for a child, but it provides common sense articles, infographics, advice, and resources to help parents develop well-rounded children. Oh, and to read some fun stuff. ENJOY!
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