Resumes and cover letters are essential components of professional development. SHP Career Services is always available to assist students in developing and perfecting these documents. To begin the process of creating your resume or cover letter, check out some of our downloadable templates below. Templates: Template With Border (DOWNLOAD) Template Without Border (DOWNLOAD) Reasons to Use a Border on your Resume: When you have a 1-inch margin all the way around your resume When you have a lot of white space between sections or bullet points When you have less resume content Reasons Not to Use a Border on your Resume: When you have a ½ margin to a 1 inch margin on your resume When you have so much resume content that spacing/sections look crowded – not using the border allows you to decrease the size of your margins to allow space for more content Adding a Border to Your Resume Undergraduate Programs Resume Examples: Athletic Training (PDF) Clinical Laboratory Sciences (PDF) Communication Science and Disorders (PDF) Health Sciences – Leadership and Policy (PDF) Health Sciences – Health and Wellness (PDF) Health Sciences – Rehabilitation Sciences (PDF) Health Sciences – Pre-Professional (PDF) Health Sciences – CV (PDF) Health Sciences – Functional resume(PDF) Nuclear Medicine (PDF) Pre-Physician Assistant (PDF) Public Health (PDF) Radiography (PDF) Respiratory Therapy (PDF) Social Work (PDF) Graduate/Professional Programs Resume Examples: Applied Behavior Analysis (PDF) Communication Science and Disorders-Speech Therapy (PDF) Occupational Therapy (PDF) Physical Therapy (PDF) Public Health (PDF) Transfer Student Resume Examples: Transfer Resume Example 1 (PDF) Transfer Resume Example 2 (PDF) Other Resume Resources: Common Sections on a Resume Writing Bullet Point Statements (choose from the dropdown at bottom of page) Action Verbs and Adverbs Guide to Cover Letters (PDF) Cover Letter Example (PDF) Health Care Student Organizations and Volunteer Opportunities Looking to get more involved and develop your resume? Take a look at this list of Health Related Involvement Activities to get involved in or visit the Student Services Get Involved page. Also, be sure to check MU Engage to explore other student organizations.