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So I thought that maybe some of you successful people might be able to help me.

I'm starting grad school in a matter of weeks. I got an email a day and a half ago from someone I don't know, but who got my name from the head of graduate admissions as someone who might be interested in a graduate assistantship at the music library on campus. (Oh H*** yes I'm interested!!!) She's asking for a resume of my work experience and computer skills. I do have a resume that I've just polished up a bit, but I'm very green on the whole resume/looking for a job thing. Would any of you happen to have time to take a quick gander at my resume and possibly help me to reconfigure it if necessary? I know this woman is already interested in me, as she was the one to contact me about the job.

~Annagail, excited
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