I need help on how to start off this narrative resume for this scholarship. =/?

Here is my resume. Please help me put it into a narrative format and not listed.


To receive a HBCU NROTC Scholarship.


• Nearly 6 experiences as group leader.

• Goal-oriented individual with strong leadership capabilities.

• Organized, highly motivated, and detail-directed problem solver.

• Proven ability to work in unison with cadets and commanding officers.

• Completed US Naval Academy Summer Seminar.


Currently a senior at Fredrick Douglass High School. [GPA 3.13+]

-graduated from Ernest Everett Just Middle School (Mitchellville, MD)

-graduated from Brick Elementary (Ypsilanti, MI)

-graduated from Notre Dame Pre-K (Miami, FL)

Relevant Experience, Accomplishments

Program Coordination

• Volunteered at the PG County Special Olympics.

• Chairperson of Pennies for Patients for Frederick Douglass High School.

• Organized Spring Dance and raised $1,200.

• Counseled students on defining career and work related goals and objectives.

• Rose over $2,000 during my time as president of my high school class.

Leadership & Manager Roles

• Student Government President [2009- 2010]

• Class President [2007-2008].

• Athletics Officer[NJROTC 2008-2009]

• Assistant Athletics Officer [NJROTC 2008-2009].

• Track and Field Captain [2009-2010]

• Cross Country Team Captain [2009-2010]


Involvement &

Extracurricular Activities

Debs Home Daycare, Volunteer

DC National Guard Youth Leaders Camp, Camper

DC National Guard Youth Leaders Camp, Youth Volunteer

PG County Special Olympics, Volunteer ( 2007)

Indoor Track, (2007-2008) (2008-2009) *800m & 1600m

Outdoor Track, (2007-2008)(2008-2009) * 800m & 1600m

 1600m County Champion

 Most Improved Athlete

Cross Country, (2008-2009) * 5000k

 Prince George’s 3A/2A/1A County Champions

National Honor Society

Student Government Association

 President

NJROTC Drill Team

Honors & Awards Honor Cadet (NJROTC)

National Honor Society

Honor Roll

Best Speech ( DCNG Youth Leaders Camp)

Class President (Sophomore)

Student Government President (Senior)

Homecoming King (Senior)

Young American of the Month/ Rotary Club Of Upper Marlboro (Senior)

1 Answer

  • 1 decade ago
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    My advice would be to take a resume class. This will help you set up your stuff into proper format geared toward your scholarship application.

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