Developing a CV or Resume (for different types of positions)
Two part online workshop on CV and resume development
Developing a CV or Resume
UMBC is part of the CIRTL network. CIRTL has 43 institutions, and UMBC is one of the CIRTLs in Maryland. As part of CIRTL, graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, faculty, and staff have access to materials and resources provided by the national CIRTL network.
As grad students and postdocs prepare to launch their careers, they'll need to prepare different types of CVs and resumes for different types of positions and institutions. In this two-part online workshop, participants will learn how CVs and resumes vary for academic positions, non-academic positions, and grant applications. After learning about strong CV content, style, and organization, participants will develop long form academic CVs and short form resumes, and then refine them through a collaborative peer review process.
This two-part workshop meets online on Tuesday, July 10 and Tuesday, July 17 at 12-1:30PM ET / 11AM-12:30PM CT / 10-11:30AM MT / 9-10:30AM PT.
Participants will be expected to do some minor pre-work to prepare for the workshop, to draft or refine their own resume or CV, and to provide feedback on their peers' resumes and CVs.
Registration & Enrollment
This workshop is limited to 60 participants.
To register: https://www.cirtl.net/events/511
Early registration for CIRTL members only is open from May 7 through June 4. Regular registration runs from June 5 through June 29 at 12PM CT. STEM/SBE grad students and postdocs from CIRTL institutions receive priority; we refer to the institution, role, and discipline in your website profile when assessing priority.
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