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Say you are the editor of your schools newspaper. Think back to how many papers you have published. How many articles? How many meetings have you led? How many students in each meeting? Say you babysit neighborhood kids. How many kids? How old are they? How often do you babysit? For how long each time? Maybe you work at a coffee shop. How many shifts per week? How many hours per shift? How many people do you serve on average each shift? Maybe you are the team captain for your lacrosse team. How many warm-ups do you lead each week? For how many teammates? Do you lead team study sessions to help keep everyones grades up? How often?. Once you have got the numbers, think of active verbs that describe exactly what you did. Here is your chance to show that you have led, managed, organized, created, problem-solved, budgeted, maintained, coached, produced, written, presented, scheduled, built, developed, traveled, bought, bid, sold, delivered, etc.
Failing to leave out any honours or union memberships is a common mistake found on dance resumes. Even if your only experience was a stint as dance captain of the cheerleading squad in high school, it is relevant information to employers looking to hire dancers. Since dance training typically begins at such a young age, do not be afraid to bring up past accomplishments and performances that are relevant to the position to which you are applying. Some dancers fail to tailor their resumes to the specific dance position. This is a huge mistake, as you want to focus on relevant training and performances to make yourself more marketable. Rather than creating a generic resume and handing it out to numerous dance companies, tailor each one to the specific position. For instance, if you are applying for a ballet position, do not focus on your hip hop experiences. Including personal information such as height and weight is considered a no-no in traditional resumes, but it is generally a must in dance resumes because some dance employers have limitations owing to the size of their costumes. While some sources will say to include other information, such as your eye color and hair color, few directors find this information useful, so it is best to leave it out. Including a small professional photograph of yourself on your dance resume is a better alternative.
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