Pre-Post graduation job search!(2)
What are you doing besides going to school? Are you working? Do you have extra curricular activities, are you part of a sports team?
Even if you are working at the student bookstore, list that on there. How does this job prepare you for your internship? Make a connection, but don’t take it too far. The connection should be reasonable. If you are applying for a communications job, how does working at the bookstore help you with your verbal and written communication?
Are you part of a club? Do you serve as an officer of the club? Write that on the resume.
Education: If you don’t have a GPA higher than a 3.0 you need to tell the viewer what you bring. I am a strong advocate of the fact that your GPA doesn’t encompass all that is YOU. But during internship this matter. I worked 60 hours a week during almost my entire college experience. That mattered more than my GPA to most companies. But there are still companies and majors that will require a 3.0 GPA to even be considered. Keep that in mind. It’s safer to leave the GPA off your resume if it’s not their minimum requirement.