THIS IS DUE IMMEDIATELY (4 HOURS)Program of study: Early childhood educationPosition applying for: something with working with childrenI have worked at the same place for over 20 years (Garden Park Nursing home) 1996 – currentTshirt printing company/warehouse – 1992 – 1996That is all I have that can be placed on the resume.. you can add worked at a summer school/summer youth program 1988 – 1990 Netwon Smith ElementaryAll of this took place in Shreveport, LaResume Peer ReviewFor this discussion forum, you will create a resume and apply for a job from the Multigenerational Center’s job board in the Multigenerational Center Activity(Links to an external site.). Multigenerational Center Job Board(Links to an external site.). Look at the jobs in your program and pay attention to the skills and requirements. Consider the required qualifications as well as the job description before you choose the position that most closely aligns with your field of study.Your first step in applying for this position is submitting a resume to the Multigenerational Center’s director. Creating a strong resume is a crucial component in any successful job search. Your resume serves as your personal marketing document and your first impression to prospective employers. To create a strong resume, you must first identify the message you want the reader to receive and determine the skills and qualifications you would like to highlight on your resume. In this case, you should highlight your skills that are applicable to the job at the Multigenerational Center. For this discussion, you will explore the components of a strong resume, reflect on your own career goals, and assess what action steps you can take to make your resume stronger.To prepare for your discussion, watch the pre-recorded Career Jump Start Series Part 1: Developing a Professional Cover Letter and Resume(Links to an external site.) webinar to help prepare you for creating or updating your resume. Then, complete the Ashford University Multigenerational Center Activity(Links to an external site.)in your online classroom.Use the resume resources in Ashford University’s Career & Alumni Services’ Marketing Yourself(Links to an external site.) to develop an initial resume, so you can target the resume to the specific job at the Multigenerational Center. Review the Compare and Contrast Resumes documentfrom Career Services when creating your resume.In your initial post, create your resume using the Week 1 Discussion Resume Template. Post your resume in the in the Discussion Forum, with your response to the following points: Name your program of study. State the title of the position for which you are applying. In one to two sentences, explain how your field of study has prepared you for this position. Share one item (example: a connection you made while volunteering) that does not really fit on your resume but will work in your Cover Letter.08/05/202010education