Developing A Global Goals Service Resume

UNA students are local leaders for the UN’s Global Goals – and now we have a new tool for you to demonstrate your work to your peers, faculty members, and future employers. Your chapter can use the Innerview mobile app platform to:

  • Recruit new members on your campus
  • Build your members’ resumes
  • Find service opportunities/local events
  • Support the UN’s Global Goals

If you would like to adopt this tool for your campus chapter or student group, fill out this registration form with InnerView. This will grant you free access to exclusive insider reports on how your chapter is progressing with its service goals.


You can earn national recognition for your community impact and distinguish yourself when applying for jobs and scholarships. Share a few details and a photo from each of your service and philanthropy activities this year – 20 hours across at least 4 activities to earn one of InnerView’s recognition awards.

Service is an important way to advance the Sustainable Development Goals in your community, but it’s also an important professional development tool. According to a recent Deloitte Impact Survey,

“86 percent of respondents believe that putting volunteer activities on a resume makes it more competitive. In fact, a strong majority (85 percent) of hiring influencers are willing to overlook resume pitfalls when an employee includes volunteering on a resume.”

Through peer leadership, community engagement and access to ways to get involved, you can use the Innerview app to introduce more students in your school to service opportunities aligned with their passions and connect with the UN Global Goals. To learn more about our partnership with Innerview, watch this webinar or read our partnership announcement.