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  • 1. W. Gary Griswold, Associate Professor, Assistant Chair Department of English, CSULBSponsored by the English Graduate Student Association
  • 2. First, a Pronunciation Guide  curriculum vitae (kuh-rik-yuh-luhm vahy-tee or vee-tahy); vita (vahy-tuh or vee-tuh)
  • 3. Résumé vs. Vita  Résumé: Vita: Usually 1-2 pages  Length can be much Meant to represent longer your professional  Meant to represent your identity academic identity: Teaching Research Service
  • 4. The Vita Does Not Work Alone Applications for academic jobs or graduate schools usuallyinclude . . . Cover letter Application form Statement essay Vita Letters of recommendation Writing samples Transcripts
  • 5. Basic Vita StructureVita:NAMEAddress Phone# EmailEDUCATIONDegree, Institution, Date (or to be completed), G.P.A. (if worth mentioning)Next most recent degree.Etc.RECENT EMPLOYMENTMost Recent Position,Department or Program, InstitutionBeginning date to presentParagraph description of duties (if not purely instructional).Courses taught: Course #: Name (Brief Description if needed)Next Most Recent Position,
  • 6. Examples?  Grad Student Sample
  • 7. Give Them Info 08/06-08/1: Writing Tutor, Writer’s Resource Lab; California State University, Long Beach, CA
  • 8. Give Them Info 08/06-08/1: Writing Tutor, Writer’s Resource Lab; California State University, Long Beach, CATutor students from all academic programs and majors inuniversity writing skills.
  • 9. Give Them Info 08/06-08/1: Writing Tutor, Writer’s Resource Lab; California State University, Long Beach, CATutor students from all academic programs and majors inuniversity writing skills using pedagogies based on currentwriting center theories. Work one-on-one extensively withboth undergraduate and graduate writers from allbackgrounds including ELL, developmental and first-yearcomposition students.
  • 10. Give Them Info, Part 2 01/08-08/11: Graduate Assistant to the Director, Writer’s Resource Lab; California State University, Long Beach, CA
  • 11. Give Them Info, Part 2 01/08-08/11: Graduate Assistant to the Director, Writer’s Resource Lab; California State University, Long Beach, CAPerform a wide variety of program administrative tasks forwriting center director.
  • 12. Give Them Info, Part 2 01/08-08/11: Graduate Assistant to the Director, Writer’s Resource Lab; California State University, Long Beach, CAPerform a wide variety of program administrative tasksfor writing center director such as scheduling tutoringstaff and coordinating special programs. Developcurriculum, supplemental teaching materials, andprogram documents and facilitate workshops. Dataentry and analysis of funding reports and create andmaintain student tracking and payroll reports.
  • 13. Important Job/Grad School Application TipsAttitude The machine gun vs. the scoped rifleIntel and reconResourcesThe CCC Registry

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