Order of sections in resume by importance
Start your entry level resume off strong with your education, because it's the most recent and thus most relevant to a hiring manager. If you had a high GPA, earned honor roll or the Dean’s list, or took relevant coursework, make sure to add it. If you have a lower GPA like 2.5, you might want to leave it out. Next, share specific projects from your internships. Examples like “managing international stakeholders” and “developing Excel macros” sound impressive!