Want to add something incredible to your resume that puts you over the edge? Do something over Spring Break that you’ll be able to sell to employers! Show them that you take advantage of your free time in productive ways by trying some of these Spring Break ideas.
Shadow someone in your profession
This shows your dedication to your major and profession of interest. It also shows that you have some experience and have spoken with and have connections to professionals in your field. If you don’t know where to start choose a company you think would be of interest and use their contact information to find out if it’s a possibility.
Whether in your hometown or in a far off country, community service work always looks good on a resume. You are dedicating your free time to helping other people! Good for you! Ever heard of Alternative Spring Break?
Continue your current internship
This can be harder to sell, but it shows a willingness to spend break furthering your knowledge and skills rather than lying on the beach or watching Netflix. Don’t have an internship to start with? Check out Internships.com.
Help out your old high/middle/elementary school with a fundraiser
EVERYONE likes to see that you know how to contribute to a fundraiser. It’s a bonus you get to see old friends and faculty and you might just stumble upon some networking opportunities while you’re at it.
Learn something new
Take the time off to learn to code or speed through a language learning app like Duolingo. You can then add this skill to your resume, giving employers more reasons to hire you.