The content of your resume should be presented in the order of importance to an employer. You might want to have different versions to address different position descriptions. In journalist's words, "don't bury your lead."
Put yourself in a potential employer's shoes. Review each item on your resume and think about whether a potential employer would care, or would be distracted from the image you are trying to create. (This is the reasoning behind not reporting a gpa below a 3.0).
For example, I can't imagine why amy potential employer would care about where you took your real estate courses when you've been licensed in three different states for three years.
Your summary should be short and sweet. Note in the example I created for you below, I added "Entrepreneur."
Temple is sufficiently well known that you can leave out the city/state. They don't need the zip code - that is something that you would put on the application IF you are selected for an interview.
You should indicate what degree you are receiving and consider adding your dates of attendence.
Get rid of the phrase "that are used before any agent does an Agreements of Sale for clients at present firm." An employer would assume that you are competent and would do what any real estate agent does.
Add "Co-founder and Co-Owner" on the PennJersey Signs position - The title "Vice President of Operations" is confusing with the bullet point "Started business in 2007" - as written it implies that you started the business and were later somehow demoted. In any event, listing yourself as a VP will be fatal when it comes out in the interview that you started the business with your father and the business has less than ten employees.
As a soon-to-be new graduate applying for your first professional position, you do not have to put on every "pay-the-bills" job you had while a student.
Consider removing the Giant Food Stores job for any position that does not involve handling or supervising the handling of cash. You might not want someone picturing you standing at a cash register in a grocery store at the same time they are considering you for a responsible position in finance.
I would also consider removing the collector position for any position where a potential employer might consider it as a negative.
FInally - have your school's career services office review the final version of the resume.
In a web environement, I can't format your resume properly, but you should be able to get the ideas I'm trying to convey from the following:
OBJECTIVE: Custom for each job.
SUMMARY: Senior at Temple Universityâ€™s Fox School of Business majoring in Finance and Real Estate. Entrepreneur and Licensed Real Estate Salesperson in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.
EDUCATION: Temple University (200x - present)
Bachelor of Business Adminsitration with double major in Finance and Real Estate
Expected graduation January 2009
REAL ESTATE LICENSES: Delaware formal-name-of-license # xxxxx
New Jersey formal-name-of-license # xxxx
Pennsylvania formal-name-of-license # xxxxx
all licenses obtained in 2005
EXPERIENCE: PennJersey Signs (2007-present)
Co-founder and Co-Owner
â€¢ Provide businesses (mainly new home communities) with weekend or temporary directional signs
â€¢ Responsible for obtaining new accounts in Southeastern, PA, approving sign locations based on local ordinances, management of staff of 8. Also responsible for maintaining client relations, including invoicing and resolving any customer issues.
MLS Realty (2005-Present)
Real Estate Salesperson5
â€¢ List Properties for sale, Negotiate Agreements of Sale, and Attend Settlements.
â€¢ Over 30 transactions to date.
â€¢ Created Questionnaires and procedural punch-lists
Applied Card Services (2007-2008)
Outbound/Inbound Collections Call Center
â€¢ Ranked among the top 5 out of 30 collectors in 30 day/Inbound collections within my first month â€“ Ranked first on my team.
â€¢ Ranked among the top 5 out of 30 collectors in 120 day outbound collections within first month of transferring
Giant Food Stores (2001-2004)
â€¢ Superior Customer Skills
â€¢ Consistently ranked as a top cashier
â€¢ Burlington-Camden County Association of Realtors
â€¢ New Jersey Association of Realtors
â€¢ National Association of Realtors
â€¢ American Red Cross Members For Life
â€¢ Member of US Coast Guard Auxiliary