To write a resume with no job experience, make an informative list, review sample resumes, and utilize available templates. Take steps to ensure your resume is formatted properly, and review all the information for accuracy. Do not include references on your resume. Make a separate reference page.
- Compile a list
Compile a list of information to use for your resume. This list should include the basics, such as your name and address. It should also include your skills, related coursework and any volunteer work or awards.
- Review sample resumes
Review sample resumes with no work experience to help you get an idea of how yours should look.
- Utilize resume templates
Using one of the resume templates available with Microsoft Word, enter the information from your list.
- Ensure proper formation
Once you have added all of your information into the template, ensure proper formation. Keep the wording simple and easy to understand, and use a plain font to ensure your resume is easy to read.
- Review your resume
Review your finished resume for accuracy, and have a friend or family member proofread it for accuracy.
- Make a reference page
Create a separate reference page. Since you do not have professional work references, list teachers, coaches, neighbors, or family friends who can vouch for your character and ethics.