I am applying for a part-time tutoring job offered on Craigslist. This is a description of the job:
*We are now actively accepting resumes, and we encourage you to fill out an application and take an entrance exam at our office today. We are particularly interested in hiring a tutor who specializes in upper-level Science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics) and Math (Algebra 2, Geometry, Calculus).
Tutoring/teaching experience is preferred but not required. Willing to train. >Working hours are flexible and can accommodate your schedule. Students vary >from elementary to adult age.*
I'm very new to applying for jobs... According to the first sentence, I need to fill an application, but they are also asking for a resume. Do I send my resume when I submit my application? When do I send a resume?
*Edited above to be more specific to the job that I am applying to *
Do high school students need to put an education?
If so, is this appropriate?
Education: Podunk High School, class of 2014 (4.4 GPA)
(For senior high school students) If a student is an incoming freshman at a college/university, i.e. paid enrollment deposit, should the student list the college/university he/she will be attending? If so, what is the appropriate way to write it?
Where do high school students input clubs/organizations/competitions
Would HS students only list down their clubs/organizations? When should HS students describe their clubs/events/competitions and other extracurriculars?
Do high schools students need references?
Is it beneficial to HS students to tell employers that they are willing to work for a lower wage?
Would this be placed on the resume or said during the job interview?
Lastly, how to make HS resume stand out for tutoring position?