This immediately gives me the impression that the person will not put forth effort on the job if I were to hire them. I'd think to myself, "If the resume basics are ignored, will this person ignore the basics at work too?"
I recommend that you list the remaining items in order of the relevance to your career objectives. Placing the information that is most relevant first, is a key to getting the resume basics right.
October 16 - Career Fair Prep/Resume Basics
Learn Resume Basics
The suggestions that follow are based on several years of experience with the recruiting process and employer feedback. Be aware that most rules for a good resume are not set in stone, but are strong guidelines. There is no one “right” way to write a resume. Employers have different opinions on what they prefer; therefore, it is important for your resume to best highlight your skills and interests. Our suggestion is to listen to the themes and use common sense, and your resume will be great.