No, you should not use “I” in a resume. When writing your resume, avoid using personal pronouns, such as I, me, my, mine, etc.
Although your resume should be written from a first-person perspective, you should omit personal pronouns. Instead, start sentences with action verbs, your responsibilities, or adjectives.
For example, instead of starting your resume with:
I am a dedicated and hard-working student with over a year of experience in…
Leave out the personal pronoun and corresponding verb “I am,” and write: “Dedicated and hard-working student with over a year of experience in…”
Here’s another example of how to omit personal pronouns, from an auto mechanic’s work experience entry:
Inspected 10+ vehicles daily by using checklists covering belts, steering systems, hoses, brakes, fuels systems, exhaust, and wheels
Notice how the mechanic in the example above starts the sentence with “Inspected” instead of “I inspected.”