My response here is not to make anyone feel or look stupid, so i appologize if I do.
That is not a resume at all. The basics of that "resume" is the makings of Application information. Try Resume-Help.ORG
, it is a good place to start getting information on what should and shouldn't be in a resume.
If you don't mind me criticizing your post... If you are looking for a job, either by application or resume, long or short distance, make sure to keep the following in mind:
- Keep things organized - Make sure your information is very easy to ready and easy to find the information the employer is looking for.
- Check for major and minor grammatical errors - To be honest with you, an employer doesn't care how well you know computers if you do not sound intelligent enough. I've lost many possible job opportunities because of very minor spelling and grammatical errors.
- At no point should a resume give the times you wish to work. That will be discussed with the employer in an interview or at the time of filling out the application.
- Please note that experience in the world can not be "self taught". The term experience is what you have done in the work feild. For example: Have you taken part in major server upgrades for a company (large or small company). Have you been paid for those jobs?.
If you were not paid for those jobs, then put it down as volunteer work. A company will look at your application more if they notice you have volunteered.
- When you add your job history, make sure to not only put in where it is you worked, but also the position you held and what your responsibilities were with that company.
This is only basic help on what you need to keep in mind. Please go through sites such as the one above to get help on a resume (16 or not, it's good to have one at hand). It is also a good idea to get your resume proof read by many different people (since you are still in high school, it would be a good idea to get a teachers help with both asking for help, and proof reading).
This is only my $0.02.