My reaction is similar to the ones from the posts below--you're getting interviews, so the issue doesn't seem to be your resume, but your interviews.
I would do mock interviews and try to solicit feedback (from companies that reject you and mock interviewers) how you can improve.
I don't believe that a Master's with no work experience is a good idea. In fact, a Master's can disqualify you from entry-level jobs. At the same time companies often don't want to hire someone with no work experience for a non-entry level job, so you're shut out there as well (if you do get an interview, they'll probably ask you why you went straight for a Master's rather than getting a job out of college).
Originally Posted by Fang66
Work on your interview skills. As someone else pointed out, if you are making it through the first interview then you are qualified. You are probably competing against similarly credentialed candidates so you need to win them over in the interview. Find out as much about the prospective company as you can beforehand etc.
Originally Posted by jgold47
I am going to play devils advocate for a minute here, and I dont know you from adam, so dont take this terribly personally, but have you thought that YOUR the problem in these interviews? I mean you have been on a ton of interviews and cant close the deal. Take a long hard look at yourself, how you present yourself, you package, your dress, your confidence, your attitude. I struggled in college to land an internship, I was a douchy frat boy who thought that made me the shit. I knew I was qualified, I knew I was smarter than anyone, but I had such a shitty attitude and presentation. Once I realized that it was more important to present myself better, and I made a few adjustments, I had no problem landing a gig.
I am not saying this is whats going on here, I dont know. But take a look. You have had posts on here before about how you cant get a job, and how your resume sucks, and how your all depressed. Learn to look on the positive, to be positive, to project confidence. You will do fine.
Originally Posted by kxk
If 20 interviews and 8 final interviews, definitely not the school or grades that's holding you back for what you're looking for. Have you done mock interviews with your school's career office or career consultants?