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Tyler1215
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I just received my EIT status and number from the state Professional Board of Engineers. I do not know how to properly present my newly acquired EIT status on my resume for potential employers to see. Should I list this EIT status as a bullet under education or certifications or something else? Any advice is greatly appreciated and some resume examples would be tremendous help. Thank you.

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Niel
I would put it under certifications.

You may also want to ask this question of your Alumni Associations Employment Assistance Office. They would be able to tell you the best way to format your resume for the particular industry you are applying for. Some industries expect to see resumes in a particular format.

Niel Leon
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