There is huge demand for students, college or vocational, to focus on education in one of the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). The career prospects for students in these majors are very good. So says the US Department of Labor.
As STEM students seek internships or jobs after graduation they should be thinking about how to include information on these four things in a STEM resume.
PROJECTS - Include relevant information from non-trivial projects. Don't forget to add information about what role you may have played on a team or what lab equipment you used.
RESEARCH - Lots of STEM majors collaborate on research with professors on and off their college campus. Add information on research methods etc.
INTERNSHIPS AND CO-OPS - Successful STEM majors do their share of internships and co-ops. STEM students should know that employers want students who have completed internships.
SUMMER FELLOWSHIPS - Many STEM majors spend summers during summer fellowships. This is a great way to show employers and graduate schools that you have had productive summers.