As I near the end of my college career, it is time to polish up my resume before applying for a job to kick-start my post-graduate career. I now add on iMADdu under my experiences. As I try to provide a brief summary of what it is I do on the job, I sat brain dead. How do I put this simply?
Of course I did some administrative work. I worked with a variety of different clientele to form partnerships with iMADdu – my work ranged from data collection to marketing and presentation. I organized and created both articulate and skeletal ‘game plans’ for both clients and iMADdu. I worked on our organization’s webpage and social media networks. I took a handle on working on technical matters for the organization. I contributed to maximizing the effectiveness of iMADdu’s printed media. I got to go behind the wheel in managing iMADdu’s Public and Human Relations.
It’s no wonder why I struggle to briefly summarize my experience with iMADdu on my resume without leaving out any important experience I’ve gained.