Hello everyone! I am looking for some advice on how to structure my resume. I am currently in my fifth year of teaching, so next year I will be going into my sixth year. I am going to be applying to a leadership development program within my current charter network, and so I need to revamp my resume. The last time I updated my resume was when I applied for my current teaching position, and a lot has happened since then. I have taken on roles as assistant test coordinator, Galileo coordinator, and, most importantly, Academic Dean. Given these changes, I am not sure how I should be structuring my resume. The sections that I currently have are: Objective, Education, Teaching Experience, and Skills & Abilities. In my teaching experience section, I have listed the two schools at which I have taught, and then a bulleted list of various responsibilities at each school. However, I am thinking that I need to make the Teaching Experience section just a list of the two school names, and the dates for each one, and then I need another section where I list the other duties for which I have been responsible. Does that make sense? What should I title that other section? Within this new section, do the list the various duties as bullet points? Do I separate them by school? I am also thinking of taking out the Skills & Abilities section - and perhaps that's where the new section comes in, sort of as a replacement for Skills & Abilities with a tie in to teaching experience? As you can tell, I haven't pinned down a very clear idea of how this should look. Any advice is welcome! I can post my current resume, if that would help.