Could you ask your advisor for suggestions or maybe she can point you toward a resource that the college may have to help you with your resume?
Perhaps you could include all of the tasks that you've done as a stay at home mom, I'm sure there are a lot of skills that you have that could be easily overlooked. Think about your organization skills, leadership, etc, you could include things like that on it.
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Do you have any work experience from before you had children? Any volunteer work. PTA? Etc. Maybe a hobby? You might try calling or visiting the local unemoyment office they sometimes have free help for resume preparation. Or, believe it or not the career office at your school may be able to help.
My admission's advisor just asked me for a resume, but I don't have one because I have been a stay at home mom for six years. She said it doesn't need to be fancy. I Googled it, but I'm still not sure what she's wanting to see. Any ideas?
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