To create an effective Strengths section, pick 4 to 6 words or brief phrases that best describe how you fit the employment opportunity. Briefly explain how you have demonstrated each skill. When possible, pick words or phrases that specifically match the job description of the position you are pursuing. Be sure to include the skills you developed through your liberal arts education, such as communication, leadership, Christian character and interpersonal skills.
Keep in mind that it is better to list fewer strengths and include supportive details than to merely include a long list of qualities with no examples.
Membership of a professional body does not necessarily mean that a person possesses qualifications in the subject area, nor that they are legally able to practice their profession. Many of these bodies also act as learned societies for the academic disciplines underlying their professions.