Resist the urge to copy any of these - in whole or in part. First because you did not write them, second because they were not written about you and your unique history and third because thousands of people have access to these examples every year.
It is imperative that your individual resume be a unique representation of you - the knowledge, skills and abilities you possess and well as your educational, work and civic history.
The next step in the resume development process is to actually write your resume. Once you have written/edited/revised it and you are ready to have someone review it there are a number of ways you can do this with our office.
If you attended this workshop as a class requirement and the faculty member is asking you to have your resume "Approved by Career Services" - this can only be accomplished through uploading it to BuffJobs.
A final note: many resumes are not 'approved' at the first review. Please do not be discouraged if this happens to you. Read through our recommendations and edit accordingly before resubmitting to BuffJobs. We will continue to work with you until your resume is ready to use!