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I hold leadership positions in both of the clubs that I'm in, so I've included them in the work and leadership experience section. Should I just not have an activities section at the bottom? Or have one and briefly list the same clubs? I'm leaning towards just not having the section.

Also, I was in a club that would look great on a resume for about three months. Is that too short a time frame to include it? It had to deal with short-term trading, so maybe I can spin it as a joke if they ask.

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  • Abhi7's picture

    I would go ahead and include the club although you were only there for three months (shows you have some experience/exposure). Also yeah any section that you do not info on is irrelevant and should not be kept on a resume.

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