Should I Leave This Off My Resume?

<p>I am finishing up my summer internship on Thursday (cannot wait to be done) so I am in the process of adding this experience to my resume. I am also looking to update my resume since this year is the big year for internships (Junior year). I went to a different school my freshman year but transferred last year (didn't like the location). So basically right now I have two schools listed on my resume. I know that a lot of people have suggested to leave off schools that you transferred from once you establish a GPA at your current school. I would do this, but the problem I am having is that I worked in the library media department at the the school I transferred from.</p>

<p>Should I remove that work experience and the school from my resume? I think it would look weird if I removed the school but left the work experience (especially since it was in a different state). At the same time, I don't want it to look like this internship was the only job i've ever held. Once I have this internship (job thats actually related to my major) on there, should I get rid of the other unrelated jobs that I have on there? Currently I have the school library job and a customer service position from high school listed as work experience.</p>

<p>I would recommend that you remove the first school, and keep the work experience part. There is no reason you can't do this.</p>

<p>Something else you could do is have a master resume, and then a separate work resume with work experience and current academic school and perhaps GPA listed.</p>

<p>The problem I'm having is how that library job will look.</p>

<p>The name of the library had the university name in it. Should I just shorten the name?</p>

<p>Also, the job was located in South Carolina, while I now go to school in Colorado (and all my other jobs have been in Colorado).</p>

<p>You don't think that would look weird?</p>

<p>I don't think so. If someone is curious about the specifics, they will ask you. Or they will just call the library to confirm that you worked there. It isn't a problem.</p>

<p>I personally do not think you should</p>