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     Your Name:                 

     Your E-Mail:                 

     Address:                      

     Telephone Number:  

     Website address:      

     Education -

    List all schools post-high school attended and the corresponding academic degrees earned, noting honors. Also include periods of study at schools or universities attended without completing a degree or where credits were earned, even if not transferred to the next educational institution. List workshops or classes attended and notable teachers you have studied with. Incl symposiums, conventions, professional education courses etc attended/completed. The latter may be listed under honors/awards/grants if preferred. - Note about education versus experience: if you feel you do not have the relevant experience or enough of the relevant experience, indicate which courses you took were particularly relevant to your career track. For example, if you want to go into Environmental Management, indicate that you took environmental biology.

    

   Related Experience/Related Work Experience/Professional Experience:

    List all applicable employment in chronological order beginning with the most recent. If you are going for a residency assignment in Internal Medicine, feel free to omit your restaurant serving experience. Instead, if you have not had paid employment, put your assistantships, externships, observerships, research assistant work, tutoring, or volunteerism. No matter how small the involvement, even if it was only 10 days of volunteering at a bowling alley with physically challenged children, please mention it here. Volunteerism can also be work you’ve done in your community outside of an agency. For example, if you speak a foreign language and have helped people in your community translate their medical forms, this is volunteerism. Taking initiative is admirable and your chance to shine, so mention it.

    

   Internships, externships, observerships, shadowing, unpaid work experience :

    Also put how many hours, or hours per week, if known

    

   Volunteerism:

    No matter how small the involvement, even if it was only 10 days of volunteering at a bowling alley with physically challenged children, please mention it here. Volunteerism can also be work you’ve done in your community outside of an agency. For example, if you speak a foreign language and have helped people in your community translate their medical forms, this is volunteerism. Taking initiative is admirable and your chance to shine, so mention it.

    

   Honors, Awards and Grants:

    list all recognitions of merit, prizes won in competitions, grants, fellowships, scholarships and other special recognitions

    

   Publications:

    Are you published? Do you have articles/reviews that are awaiting approval for publication? Even if you are a contributing author, or research assistant, this area is for you

    

   Skills:

    for example computer-related experience. Are you Microsoft Office proficient? Are you Windows proficient? What other operating systems, platforms, computer languages are you proficient with? Do you have html experience? List all software packages you are familiar with, especially any you have used professionally such as SPSS, Premiere, QuarkXpress, PhotoShop, FrontPage, etc. If your workplace or school used a particular communication package, list it, for example Eudora for e-mail or Outlook. If packages are discipline specific, please put them. For example mechanical engineers should indicate their proficiency with Abaqus, Solid Work, AutoCad, Mastercam, Ansys, Matlab, etc.

    

   Lab Skills:

    if you have laboratory or research experience indicate the equipment you are proficient in the use of, such as electro-spectrometer, or Micro-Scan machine; media preparation, steak plate isolation, bacterial identification tests (stains, API-20e strip interpretation), blood extraction

    

   Professional Licensure:

    any current licensures you possess. For example professional dentists may want to put their NBDE Part 1-80, ECFMG can be listed here

    

   Professional Affiliations:

    List the professional organizations, national, regional, and local, to which you belong. If you held a position within the organization or served as a volunteer, note this as well

    

   Languages:

    spoken, written, arterial (native), and level of proficiency

    

   Extracurricular Activities:

    hobbies/pastimes: this area can be used to describe sporting activities, Greek life, or other activities you are involved in or have been involved in. If you were captain of your high school cricket team, you can put it here, or varsity sports participation. Be specific as well. If you enjoy reading non-fiction books on quantum physics, do not just say you enjoy reading. Teaching tai chi is very different than just participating. If you have poetry published, don’t just put “poetry”

    

   References:

    include all contact information and position held, if applicable. If left blank, we will simply put “References available upon request”. References fall into two categories, professional and personal. Please indicate which are professional or personal

    

   Are you in a hurry for your Resume?  Please note that 72-hours is our standard.  24-hour or 48-hour service may require an additional fee :

    

     You may use this space to copy and paste your existing Resume, CV or other supporting material:

         

     

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