As for my resume, its only something I have worked on recently. I needed a resume in high school to give to each of the teachers that were writing my recommendation letters, but after that I did not need one until I had a job interview for a full-time position as a customer service representative this past summer. Currently, my resume is extremely scarce. I have not had much work experience because while in high school, my main extra curricular focus was volunteer work and community service and the past two year of college I have been focusing solely on my studies. Therefore, I think that my resume lacks, but it will improve with time. I hope to get not only a summer position, but also a job throughout my remaining years here at Rowan University. I also want to get an internship, but only time will tell and I will work with what I have.
When it comes to rejection, I tend to take it a little bit personally. However, after surviving the college application process and applying for jobs all last year, getting rejected from an employer has not really been a big deal. Of course, I have only been applying for part-time or seasonal jobs, not for a position in the career I wish to pursue. I think getting rejected, or blatantly ignored, from employers with whom I wish to begin my career path will be harder, but I just have to remind myself "they don't know what they're missing."