It completely surprises me when I talk to some of my friends who are upperclassman and have yet to put together any sort of resume. It is a necessary document to have, especially when you graduate. Not to mention that now is the time we should be building upon our resumes with internships, part-time jobs, activities, volunteer work, etc.
At Dominican we have the wonderful source of the Career Development Center, which I believe every student should use. We pay a large amount of money to go to a private university, so we should all take advantage of the resources we have. However, most students I talk to don't even know where the Career Center is, let alone been down there.
At the Career Center, in the basement of Parmer Hall, you can learn all of the necessary skills to put yourself in a position to get a job after graduation. They can assist you in deciding your major, building a resume and preparing for an interview, just to name a few.
If you would like additional information on the Career Development Center browse their website here.