I have been contacting trainers to see if any are accepting apprentices, without much luck. I finally found one who is, and I need to write up a resume. I have written resumes before, but never for something like this (and never for something this important to me). What should the resume contain. To be honest I'm 22 and my experience with horses isn't that extensive. My parents bought a mustang when I was younger, but we had to get rid of her due to a move. In high school I volunteered in a therapeutic horsemanship program, but we had little to do with the horses other than leading them around. I moved back home and for the past few months I've spent a lot of time with my parents horses. (feeding, riding, and some groundwork) and I've come to realize that this is something I really enjoy and would like to turn it into a career. The only training experience I have is from watching RFD and Clinton Anderson's Gaining respect and control on the ground 1,2, & 3, and Riding with confidence 1, 2, & 3. It seems like a lot of trainers want apprentices that have been around horses all their lives, are already trainers, and have shown horses. Can this be worked around or did I strike out. Thanks for taking the time to read this, any help is very appreciated.