Answered by Meredith, Hiring Expert at Avery Dennison Corporation, on Thursday, June 20, 2019
You can include skills, computer programs, and hands-on training you're receiving in your classes as well as achievements you've had (Dean's List, Chancellor's List, academic recognition, etc.). If you've held jobs with applicable responsibilities and transferable skills you should also add those. Include volunteer experience, community engagement activities and sports or social groups you are part of as well. If you have already determined your degree program or area of study you can include that and indicate what your anticipated graduation date will be.