I am going to start applying for teaching jobs soon and I have received conflicting advice about what my resume should look like. -Right now my resume is one page. My college told me that two pages is a good length for a new teacher resume and I should add more to my resume. -I have my student teaching, my pre-practicum experience, my subbing jobs, and my summer teaching job (two summers as experience.) My college said that I need more experience and asked if I did any other jobs in college. I was a camp counselor about 6 years ago and I graded in my college math department (3 years ago). I personally felt like these experiences were a long time ago and relate less to teaching than my other experiences but my college said that it shows my commitment to kids and teaching. Should these experiences go on my resume? This would make my resume go over a page. -My college said that I should include relevant coursework from my undergrad and graduate program on my resume, but I received advice on this forum to remove this. -I had my licensure on my resume, but my college said to remove it and include it in my cover letter instead. I would appreciate any advice on these aspects of a new teacher resume. Thank you!!