Curriculum vita job aid

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Curriculum vita job aid

  1. 1. How to Start Your Vita Brainstorm your past educational and professional experiences. You can decide what to include and exclude later; for now, think of everything you’ve done. Keep the following headings in mind:  Education  Thesis  Research  Clinical Work  Teaching experience  Publications and Presentations  Foreign Languages  Honors and Awards  Foreign Study  Conferences Attended  Memberships  Service  Special Honors  Special Skills  Educational Interests Vitae aren’t arranged in chronological order, but by headings. Headings usually include:  Education  Include colleges attended, expected graduation date, major, minor, overall GPA, major GPA  Relevant Courses Taken  This section is not necessary if you have a lot of research and teaching experience. It’s just a good way to bulk up a vita.  Teaching Experience  Include the class, supervisor, and duties of all TA experiences.  Research Experience  Include duties and supervisor, as well as a summary of the project.  Clinical Experience  Any experience working with patients. Usually your practicum is listed here.  Publications  This is optional for undergrads, but include it if you have credit on a publication or written a thesis.  Research Interests  What specifically do you want to study in grad school?

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