Here’s a resume sample for a Hotel Management Trainee or Food and Beverage Management. This job seeker uses the functional resume format in a different way, so that it is more of a hybrid or combination format. Let’s see what that looks like!
About This Resume Sample
Randall (not his real name) is a focused and driven young man who is a full-time student in Hotel and Restaurant Management. He chose this unique functional hybrid format to add strength to his resume and to show that he has both the school learning and the on-the-job experience to further his career in the Hospitality field. Here are a few ways he has achieved his goal of building a strong resume:
- In the Summary of Qualifications section, Randall shows that he is serious about his career path.
- He also presents his language skills, which tells the reader that Randall is at ease with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds, whether that would be his fellow team members or the clients they serve.
- Randall uses the major heading of Hospitality Experience to announce to the reader that he is focused only on this type of work.
- In that section of the resume, he first lists his main job as a sub-heading in bold, and the statements that follow show the range of his duties for his former employer.
- He also uses bold type wisely to begin each sub-point, which draws attention to key facts and numbers that impress the reader.
- The second section heading, Vacation Trainee, tells us that Randall is an eager student, ready and willing to learn all of the aspects of the hotel business.
See what else you can find in Randall’s sample resume!
Resume Sample for Hotel Management Trainee or Food and Beverage Management
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