Though you should not list references on your resume, it is effective to have them on a separate sheet to send with your resume or to provide at the interview. We recommend using the same paper, print style, and format as your resume.
>> References: Make them Work for YouRecommendations
Asking people to write recommendations for you for graduate or professional school or a prospective job requires some thought. You want to approach someone that has known you for awhile and can attest to the things you know best and your performance as a worker or student.
People you might consider asking for a recommendation would be a professor, supervisor, advisor or coach. Keep in mind when asking for a recommendation that it will take time. So, prepare them as much as possible by giving them a copy of your resume and list of jobs, schools, or scholarships you are applying for.