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Resumes for Children 17 Years Old and Under

July 14th, 2008


Why would you need a resume for your child that young?

What would you use it for?

What would you even put on it?

And who’s going to read a resume of a young child?

I was very skeptical when I interviewed Kris Manley, author of the book Resumes for Children 17 Years Old and Under. But after our conversation, I am getting started on writing a resume for my 12-year-old!

My interview with Kris Manley answers all the above questions and more. She gives great ideas of FREE activities to boost our children’s resumes.

Kris’s book Resumes for Children 17 Years Old and Under is being used by The Georgia Department of Labor, Western Kentucky University, and Emory College of Emory University.

Her development with children’s resumes has helped many children receive sponsorships and special programs.

No matter how old your children are, you will find our conversation helpful.

Download or stream here.

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  2. Good on you, vhiel. I think.

    Hey on topic, Katy, I really enjoyed this podcast. What a fantastic idea. People should support Kris and buy her book. (No I’m not Kris in disguise) 😉


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