Mechanical Engineering Student - Please Critique my resume!
By - altmo999
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Hello! So a little more about me:
Im currently a student about to graduate and have no relevant internship experience at all. I don't have a lot of developed skills. Didn't join a-lot of clubs. I have done a couple of machining workshops and have some SolidWorks modelling experience but other than that I didn't spend my last couple years wisely at all because of depression and other mental health issues.
Other than that, i'm currently working on gaining relevant experience through at home projects (Arduino, python, auto-cad etc) so I have something to show.
Im trying to apply for internships (even though I don't really stand out at all) so please let me know about anything I can improve.
EDIT: Also should I remove the one cashier experience that only lasted for 4 months? I was told to remove both the cashier jobs but I feel like its better than no experience at all.
Wheelchair bound individual: change to ( client who uses wheelchair for mobility purposes) to…
Thanks for the advice! Also just curious, is it because wheelchair bound sounds insensitive? Or I guess just not true considering she's not always in the wheelchair? Im trying to save space.
Just in case you run into disability sensitive hiring manager. It’s just a more professional way to explain it.
"SolidWorks" is formally "[SOLIDWORKS](https://www.solidworks.com/)". Looks good otherwise.
Awesome, thank you!