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Starting at Zero: Resumes

Vital Statistics: p.1
Experience: p.2
Training: p.3
Skills: p.4
The Truth: p.5
Getting Started: p.6
About Layout: p.7

Your Training

You should also include on your resume any performing arts training and education you've received over the years. If you've received a degree from a performing arts program, include it. If you took classes in high school or college, you may want to include those.

Depending on your history, you may also want to break the "Training" section of your resume into subcategories: acting, dance, voice, on-camera, etc.

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