A sample resume can make writing one easy for CNAs!
If you’ve recently graduated from a certified nursing aide (CNA) training program, it may be time for you to start searching for a job in the industry. A resume helps to showcase your experience and skills when you apply for jobs. You may have already learned how to compose a resume for your job search, but when it comes to writing one, you may be stuck. However, you don’t have to spend too much time writing it!
Sometimes, it’s nice to have an example to help you along the way. The Harris School of Business wants our graduates to have the best opportunities at finding jobs. We offer our recently graduated CNA students, or soon-to-be graudates, in Connecticut a sample resume for you to use as you compose your own.
Remember to customize your resume to your own skill set and experience. Make sure your resume is the best and most accurate representation of your studies and experiences so you and your employers can choose the right candidate for the job!
SAMPLE CERTIFIED NURSING AIDE RESUME
Jeanie Thompson, Nursing Aide
820 Lafayette Avenue – Danbury, CT 06810
Cell: 898-XXX-XXXX – Email: email@example.com
Trained professional nursing assistant with strong work ethic seeking a nursing assistant position to use my clinical skills in hospital to provide compassionate care for the daily needs of patients.
KEY CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT SKILLS:
- Blood pressure
- Vital signs
- Specimen collection
- Medical terminology
- Medical history
- Patient safety
- HIPPA and patient confidentiality
- Good rapport with patients
- Microsoft Office Word
State of Connecticut License Certification
Passed nursing exam, April 2016
Harris School of Business, 2015-2016
Nursing Assistant diploma, May 2016
-XXX-hour program, including lab work and clinicals. Completed with 3.7 GPA.
County High School, Danbury, CT
Great Valley Hospital, Danbury, CT – February 2016 to May 2016
Nursing Assistant Extern (unpaid)
– Served as a nursing assisting for a XXX-hour externship
– Updated and maintained patients medical records
– Measured patients’ vital signs
– Assisted with organizing inventory
– Transfered specimens
TGI Friday’s Restaurant, Danbury, CT – September 2012 to March 2015
Server and Customer Service
– Served about 150 customers each day
– Handled customer complaints with professionalism
Jennifer White, Licensed Nursing Assistant Instructor, The Harris School of Business, Phone: 555-555-5555
Arielle Johnson, Supervisor of Externship, Great Valley Hospital, Phone: 407-111-1111