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A Curriculum Vita (CV) is a concise overview of your educational and scholarly background and accomplishments as they relate to your academic career goals. In academia, the CV is the foundation of applications for employment, funding, honors/awards, and/or fellowships. PhDs, MFAs, and Masters degree holders pursuing teaching or research positions in university or college settings submit a CV. LSG 500/LNG 300 (607) 777-2400 http://cdc.binghamton.edu facebook.com/BinghamtonCDC Twitter: @BinghamtonCDC Division of Student Affairs What you include in your vita will be dictated by your strengths and the types of positions and institutions to which you will be applying. There are general standards for an academic CV but no prescribed format, and there are different conventions for every discipline. Before you start on your draft, it is important to consult with members of your department about unique or particularly important features for your field.
A resume is a summative document that represents a person’s individual career experiences and accomplishments. Resumes are used to help people market themselves and serve as a first introduction between job seekers and employers. Your resume should help an employer understand the skills, abilities, and qualifications you possess in addition to the academic/work/service experiences, awards, and community involvement you have completed. It should also help the employer understand how these qualifications/experiences relate to their hiring needs. Resume writing is both a skill and an art form. Writing a resume requires careful consideration, strategy, and construction each time you apply for a new position. This means every time you submit an application, you will need to write an altered resume tailored to each specific position. DO NOT PANIC! While it may seem like a lot of work in the beginning, the more you practice, the easier writing effective...
Graduate Resume and Curriculum Vitae Guide Resumes and curriculum vitae (CVs) are two types of documents used when applying for positions. Although the format of resumes and CVs are fairly similar, there are distinct differences in their purpose, length, and amount of detail. Resumes, the most commonly used of these two documents, are usually used for industry positions. Typically a CV is used for academia and should be used only when one is specifically requested. If you are unsure which document to provide, you may want to contact the organization directly to see which they prefer. WHAT IS A RESUME? Your marketing tool to prospective employers in industry A concise one to two page document that highlights your most relevant experiences and skills tailored to each position to which you are applying Tip: Create a master resume of all your experiences and accomplishments. Use this record to write a one to two page tailored resume for each position you apply for highlighting your most relevant qualifications. WHAT IS A CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)? An academic version of a resume that provides a professional archive of all your experiences related to your academic career For graduate students, a CV is typically a few pages. Length should be determined by the amount and depth of your experiences. A CV should then be tailored to the position you are applying for by ordering your sections from most to least relevant Use your CV as a professional archive and keep it updated with all your accomplishments Tip: Consider consulting with a faculty member or advisor for advice and feedback on your CV because they often serve on hiring committees and have experienced an academic job search. TO GET STARTED WITH YOUR RESUME OR CV:...
Guide to Writing a CURRICULUM VITAE (CV) What IS a CV, anyway? A curriculum vitae (CV) is a document that outlines your entire academic history. It is used most often to apply for faculty positions at colleges and universities, for research-intensive positions at national labs or research institutes, and for fellowships, grants, or awards. What categories should I include in my CV? At the very least, a CV should include contact information, education, research experience, teaching experience (if applicable), publications, presentations, and references. Other potential categories are listed below and may include awards, professional affiliations, community or university service, and others. What is the appropriate length for a CV? Length is less important in a CV than completeness. Your CV should include your complete academic history and is not typically limited by length, as is a resume. Should I include job descriptions for every position listed on my CV? Not necessarily. Most academic search committees may focus solely on your institution and your advisor. Given this focus, listing your title, institution, advisor, location, and dates you attended or were employed there are required. Additionally, most faculty reviewers expect to see dates listed on the left-hand side of the page.
CURRICULUM VITAE Personal Information: Surname Given Name: Address: Date of Birth: Place of Birth: Nationality: Martial Status: Schnitzer Wilhelm 99, Xia Xi Shun Cheng Street Chengdu 610016 P.R.China Tel. No. 0086 13708054946 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org July, 12, 1951 Friedingen German Present Resident in China Married with one child (01/11) Objective: To secure a rewarding assignment to lead a 4 or 5 star hotel to its next level through skillful management and by motivating, training and supporting the team to achieve higher standards of performance. Key Skills Culinary background, motivation, organization and leadership Vocational Experience: December.2003 – present General Manager Yinhe Dynasty Hotel Chengdu China A four star property with 364 rooms and 6 F&B outlets, with banquet facilities up to 1200 person. In 2005 we generate a turnover of $6.1m. During my tenure GOP has seen a sharp increase from 16.06% in 2003 to 22.38% in 2005, an increase of 39.35%. The workforce consists of a total of 460 associates
Sample CV for DMA Students The Basics The curriculum vitae, also known as a “CV” or “vita,” is a comprehensive statement of your educational background and your teaching , performance, and research experience. It is the standard representation of credentials within academia. Your CV should include a comprehensive list of the teachers you have studied with, as well as any master classes you have participated in. Include all relevant performance experiences, beginning with undergraduate study. This should include solo and ensemble performances. You will probably want to subdivide into categories such as orchestral experience, solo recitals, chamber, concertos, piano, voice, etc. Sometimes you may need to list specific performances (ex: Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, November 2010), but other times it will be best to simply describe your role (ex: Principal Cello, University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, 2008-2010). If you do not include comprehensive performance experiences, your CV will appear weak when considered next to a candidate with complete information. The CV is only used when applying for academic positions in four-year institutions. Do NOT use a CV when applying to community colleges; use a resume instead. There are no length restrictions for CVs, but be certain that all the information you include is relevant. Formatting Your CV must be well organized and easy to read. Choose an effective format and be consistent. Use bolds, italics, underlines, and capitalization to draw attention. List all relevant items in reverse chronological order in each section. Strategically locate the most important information near the top and/or left side of the page. In general, place the name of the position, title, award, or institution on the left side of the page and associated dates on the right.
Disclaimer: This Sample CV was compiled from 6 different student pharmacists’ activities to demonstrate formatting of various CV components. A single student’s CV would not be expected to contain all of these activities. List section contents in reverse chronological order, with most current information at the beginning of each section. Following a residency or first job, remove the APPE, IPPE and meetings attended sections. Jane A. Doe Address: 2020 South Street Telephone: 777-777-7777 Sunshine, CA 90000 Email: email@example.com EDUCATION Month Yr – Present Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SSPPS) University of California, San Diego Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate; Expected graduation: Month Yr – Month Yr University of California, Davis Davis, CA B.S. Biochemistry CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES Year-Year Pharmacy Intern License No. 12345 California Board of Pharmacy Year-Year Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Basic Life Support For Healthcare Providers American Heart Association Year-Year Pharmacy Immunization Delivery Certification UCSD Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences Year-Year Research Aspects of HIPAA Certification UCSD Human Research Protections program Year-Year Protection of Human Research Subjects Certification UCSD Human Research Protections program
Resumes – Curriculum Vitae Description The curriculum vitae (also referred to as CV or vita) is a detailed and structured listing of education, publications, projects, awards, and work history. It has commonly been used among professionals in higher education; however, it is also becoming more common for undergraduates applying for admission to graduate and professional schools, proposals for fellowships or grants, and for selected areas of employment such as teaching positions, institutional research, and independent consulting. The CV works best for job seekers with extensive academic and professional credentials who are applying for positions in education or research. The CV is far more detailed (typically 3-8 pages) than a resume (1-2 pages). The CV can include educational and work achievements, research experience, languages, skills, grants/fellowships/scholarships, classes, licenses or certifications, professional associations, and other relevant information. A resume is a shorter, concise document that highlights aspects of your career that relate to the position you are applying for. Unless the prospective employer specifically requests a CV, you are safest to send a resume.
Sample Curriculum Vitae Use only the sections applicable to you. Each discipline is different in the format and sections used. Ask a professor in your field for a copy of their vitae and see what information they have listed. Most important is to keep formatting consistent throughout. Write in first person but do not use personal pronouns. Unlike a resume, a vitae is extensive and can be multiple pages. Vita D. Kerr Contact information for home, office or both Department of [Department], [University] If used, the summary statement could substitute for an objective. In reverse chronological order, with most recent degree first. Could also be titled Fellowships or Internships or Residency. Could also be called Licensure. Could encompass all experience or could be broken up into multiple sections such as Research Experience, Teaching Experience, Professional, Consulting, etc.
CV Writing Guide The Curriculum Vitae (CV) is the resume format used by academic professionals to summarize their qualifications for academic employment. The structure of the CV is relatively standard. In all cases a CV should be well designed/formatted, organized, easy to scan and read, and free from typographic and grammatical errors. How do CVs differ from resumes? Characteristics of Academic CVs: • Comprehensive • As long as necessary (for most ABDs, new PhDs and MFAs – 2-4 pages) • Format & style are fairly standard • Used to seek academic positions Characteristics of Resumes: • Focused/Targeted (around a core message) • Brief (typically one page for new professionals) • Format & styles can vary significantly • Used to seek non-academic positions Both CVs and resumes require multiple drafts before they are finished products, should be updated on a regular basis, and should be written with the target audience in mind. In both cases, you may need more than one resume or CV; depending upon the breadth and scope of your job search.