There is so much importance that I attribute to my marks, my future career, and success in the professional life. A resume is the one key piece that opens up those possibilities, that one package of paper that has to make a good enough impression on somebody to want to hire me for their business for the next years to come.
I know I’m young and I know that I can’t possibly perfect it to the extent that I want just yet, since I lack the work and general life experience. But I want to slowly chop away at it: I want to add another spoken language and another programming language to it, which I will hopefully have accomplished by the end of this year. I will be working for a law firm full-time all summer, and I hope to be elected Vice-President of an on-campus club for next year. I want to show to whoever reads my resume next that I am reliable, versatile, ambitious, and capable of competent leadership.
And, last but not least, I want to be proud of myself!