2. Skills-laden Second Paragraph
Exhaust your memory for ALL the notable achievements you've earned in your undergraduate years, and blow up your description of each skill you've mastered in doing all those tasks. This is not to say that you use big words. Carefully choosing verbs and adjectives that make the most impact on the boss spells the difference. Apply this technique as you enumerate all the skills you learned from activities back in university such as:
- internships (efficient multitasking, purposeful public relations, job professionalism advantage)
- officership in organizations (wise leadership, equity in task delegation, consistent following through of tasks, meaningful networking)
- event organizing and project heading (organized logistics planning, powerful advertising techniques for publicity, expanded professional circle in outsourcing, sifting of supplies, resources, and strategic scouting for manpower and media)
- special skills as evidenced by stellar academic work (scholarliness, exhausting of required diligence, comprehensive research skills, critical and analytical thinking skills)
- thesis review panel comments (public speaking, fluency, quick thinking)
- undergraduate honors (goal-driven, perseverance)
The skills enumerated above are not strictly for the specified position/achievement--you can always modify these according to your own preference and judgment.
Your sentences in the second paragraph should start with your the achievement/position followed by the skills you learned from it. One sentence would look like this, for instance:
As the vice-president for external affairs of my university organization, I mastered the art of wise leadership, resource management, and meaningful networking with the various events and projects I organized.
In addition, do more specific and focused research on what the responsibilities of your desired position are. Once you find out these facts, TAILOR your second paragraph sentences according to the job description. For instance, if your position requires intense networking, scouting for manpower and resources, and heavy logistics planning, say exactly those skills in your sentences.