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1. Your Guide to Resume Writing
Your Guide to Resume Writing forward from : www.jobweb.com


What is a resume?

Resumes are what people use to get jobs, right?

Wrong!

A resume is a one or two page summary of your education, skills, accomplishments, and experience. Your resume\'s purpose is to get your foot iin the door. A resume does its job successfully if it does not exclude you from consideration.

To prepare a successful resume, you need to know how to review, summarize,
and present your experiences and achievements on one page. Unless you have
considerable experience, you don\'t need two pages. Outline your
achievements briefly and concisely.

Your resume is your ticket to an interview where you can sell yourself!


How to Prepare an Effective Resume

1. Resume Essentials
Before you write, take time to do a self-assessment on paper. Outline your
skills and abilities as well as your work experience and extracurricular
activities. This will make it easier to prepare a thorough resume.

2. The Content of Your Resume
Name, address, telephone, e-mail address, web site address

All your contact information should go at the top of your resume.

Avoid nicknames.
Use a permanent address. Use your parents\' address, a friend\'s address, or the address you plan to use after graduation.

Use a permanent telephone number and include the area code. If you have an answering machine, record a neutral greeting.

Add your e-mail address. Many employers will find it useful. (Note: Choose
an e-mail address that sounds professional.)

Include your web site address only if the web page reflects your professional ambitions.

Objective or Summary

An objective tells potential employers the sort of work you\'re hoping to do.

Be specific about the job you want. For example: To obtain an entry-level
position within a financial institution requiring strong analytical and
organizational skills.

Tailor your objective to each employer you target/every job you seek.
Education

New graduates without a lot of work experience should list their
educational information first. Alumni can list it after the work experience
section.

Your most recent educational information is listed first.
Include your degree (A.S., B.S., B.A., etc.), major, institution attended,
minor/concentration.
Add your grade point average (GPA) if it is higher than 3.0.
Mention academic honors.


Work Experience

Briefly give the employer an overview of work that has taught you skills.
Use action words to describe your job duties. Include your work experience
in reverse chronological order—that is, put your last job first and work
backward to your first, relevant job. Include:

Title of position,
Name of organization
Location of work (town, state)
Dates of employment
Describe your work responsibilities with emphasis on specific skills and
achievements.
Other information

A staff member at your career services office can advise you on other
information to add to your resume. You may want to add:

Key or special skills or competencies,
Leadership experience in volunteer organizations,
Participation in sports.
References

Ask people if they are willing to serve as references before you give their
names to a potential employer.

Do not include your reference information on your resume. You may note at
the bottom of your resume: \"References furnished on request.\"


3. Resume Checkup
You\'ve written your resume. It\'s time to have it reviewed and critiqued by
a career counselor. You can also take the following steps to ensure quality:

Content:

Run a spell check on your computer before anyone sees your resume.
Get a friend (an English major would do nicely) to do a grammar review.
Ask another friend to proofread. The more people who see your resume, the
more likely that misspelled words and awkward phrases will be seen (and
corrected).

Design:

These tips will make your resume easier to read and/or scan into an
employer\'s data base.

Use white or off-white paper.
Use 8-1/2- x 11-inch paper.
Print on one side of the paper.
Use a font size of 10 to 14 points.
Use nondecorative typefaces.
Choose one typeface and stick to it.
Avoid italics, script, and underlined words.
Do not use horizontal or vertical lines, graphics, or shading.
Do not fold or staple your resume.
If you must mail your resume, put it in a large envelope.

Action Words
Use action words to describe your experience and accomplishments. Here are
some actions words to use:

achieved
acquired
adapted
addressed
administered
analyzed
anticipated
assembled
assisted
audited
budgeted
calculated
centralized
changed
collaborated
composed
condensed
conducted
constructed
contracted
converted
coordinated
created
cultivated
demonstrated
designed
developed
devised
discovered
doubled
drafted
edited
eliminated
enforced
established
evaluated
expanded
explained
forecasted
formed
founded
generated
guided
hired
implemented
improved
informed
insured
interpreted
interviewed
launched
maintained
managed
marketed
minimized
motivated
negotiated
obtained
operated
organized
originated
oversaw
performed
planned
prevented
produced
programmed
promoted
provided
publicized
published
recruited
reorganized
reported
researched
resolved
reviewed
selected
separated
set up
simplified
solved
surveyed
staffed
supervise
taught
tested
trained
used

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Resume writing tips:

Keep it concise

Resumes should be one page, if possible, and two if absolutely necessary to describe relevant work experience.

Make your words count.

Your use of language is extremely important; you need to sell yourself to a committee quickly and efficiently.

Avoid large paragraphs (over six or seven lines).

Use action verbs such as "developed," "managed," and "designed" to emphasize your accomplishments.

Don't use declarative sentences like "I developed the..." or "I assisted in..."; leave out the "I."

Avoid passive constructions, such as "was responsible for managing." It's not only more efficient to say "Managed," it's stronger and more active.

Make the most of your experience

The admissions committee is looking for future business managers and leaders. They need to know what you have accomplished to have an idea of what you can add to the program.

Don't be vague. Describe things that can be measured objectively. Telling someone that you "improved warehouse efficiency" doesn't say much. Telling them that you "cut requisition costs by 20%, saving the company $3800 for the fiscal year" does. Employers will feel more comfortable hiring you if they can verify your accomplishments.

Be honest. There is a difference between making the most of your experience and exaggerating or falsifying it.

Don't neglect appearance

Your resume is the first impression you'll make on the committee, and a successful resume depends on more than what you say; how you say it counts as well.

Check your resume for proper grammar and correct spelling - evidence of good communication skills and attention to detail. Nothing can ruin your chances of getting an admission more than submitting a resume filled with (easily preventable) mistakes.

Make your resume easy on the eyes. Use normal margins (1" on the top and bottom, 1.25" on the sides) and don't cram your text onto the page. Allow for some breathing room between the different sections. Avoid unusual or exotic font styles; use simple fonts with a professional look.

Eliminate superfluous details

Unnecessary details can take up a lot of valuable space on your resume.

Don't mention personal characteristics such as age, height, and marital status on your resume. This information is either irrelevant or is taken care of in other parts of the application. List your hobbies and interests and extracurricular activities if these are not covered elsewhere.

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2. Cover Letter Outline




Cover Letter Outline
Any letter for a job you care deeply about, or to a person you have already spoken with, should be wirtten carefully, with attention to tone, grammar and content. Remember the basics: No one in today's world is a Sir, Madam or a concerned Whom. Get the name , or leave the greeting off altogether. Get the right name. Keep the letter to one page, but don't use microscopic typefaces or wite massive paragraphs. (Excerpted from "Write cover letters to fit the situation" by Amy Lindgren, Knight Ridder Newspapers. 4th September 2000)



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Street Address
City
State, Zip

Name
Title/Department
Organization
Street Address
City
State, Zip

Date

Dear Name

The opening paragraph should state why you are writing and why you are interested in the position and/or organization. If you are writing a letter of application, you should name the position for which you are applying and tell the employer how you became aware of it. A letter of inquiry should provide evidence of your career-mindedness; it helps to refer to specific job functions, if not titles. If you were referred to the employer by a current employee of the organization, by your mentor or other contact, this is the best place to mention that person's name and to point out that he or she suggested you write.

The middle paragraph is where you draw attention to your resume/CV and highlight specific skills or knowledge relevant to the potential employer. Present your motives for seeking employment with this specific lab./employer/organization and cite achievements and qualifications related to the position desired. If you have qualification that are not noted in your resume, this would be a good opportunity to discuss them.

The closing paragraph states what you will do next (such as calling to arrange an interview at the employer's convenience), or what you would like the recipient of the letter to do next. An assertive statement explaining what you plan to do and what you hope the employer will do is harder to ignore than a vague request for consideration.

Yours sincerely,

Signature

Your typed name

Enclosure (indicates a resume or CV is enclosed with the letter).
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3. Sample Cover Letter




Sample Cover Letter
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Department of Microbiology & Immunology
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston
SC 29425

Dr. David P. Hooper
Department of Biochemistry
University of South Central Texas
Dallas
TX 75239

February 9th 1996

Dear Dr. Hooper

I am writing in response to your advertisement in 'Science' for the post-doctoral research position in protein chemistry. I shall graduate at the end of May from the Microbiology & Immunology Graduate Program at the Medical University of South Carolina. The subject of my dissertation, which I am due to defend in April, is the design of synthetic inhibitors for microbial proteases, and specifically the major E. histolytica cysteine protease. I have found your studies on viral proteases to be fascinating and I feel that while I will be able to contribute expertise to your project I will also be able to develop and expand my understanding of inhibitor function.

In addition to experience with most molecular biological techniques, my dissertation work has involved production of the recombinant protease, X-ray crystallography (in collaboration with Dr. Van deWaal at the University of Savannah), extensive modelling of the protein's active site and design and testing, in vitro and in vivo, of synthetic inhibitor peptides. This work has been reported in two published papers and one that is currently in press (please see enclosures). I have also recently been able to obtain the three dimensional structure of the protease bound to histostatin (our most potent inhibitor) at a resolution of 2 Å.

I have enclosed a copy of my curriculum vitae, together with the three manuscripts and have arranged for three letters of reference to be forwarded to you. I look forward to hearing from you soon. If you require any further information please write, call or contact me by e-mail on: johnsonmh@musc.edu

Yours sincerely,

Madeline H. Johnson

Madeline H. Johnson


Enclosures
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4. CV Outline




CV Outline
There are several different formats that can be used for curricula vitae. The format and example given below are based on the standard MUSC format CV and would be useful if responding to an academic position. If you are sending you CV to a large corporation or organization you should include a personal statement about your career goals and what you expect from a specific job. The How do I look on Paper? (StudentCenter) site may be useful for this. Increasingly companies and large organizations are scanning in applications and CVs into thair computer databases and then doing keywork searches - consider including the appropriate buzz-words which relate to the position(s) you are applying for into your personal statement. Simply-formatted CVs and personal statements are processed better by scanners so avoid using fancy fonts and graphics in your CV or personal statement when submitting to corporations or organizations.


CURRICULUM VITAE : NAME
DATE OF BIRTH

HOME ADDRESS
PHONE #

OFFICE ADDRESS
PHONE #

SOCIAL SECURITY#

CITIZENSHIP

EDUCATION

DISSERTATION
Advisor:

AWARDS

MEMBERSHIP IN SOCIETIES

EXTRAMURAL GRANTS / AWARD AMOUNT - DIRECT COSTS

INTRAMURAL GRANTS / AWARD AMOUNT - DIRECT COSTS

ACADEMIC COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

MEETINGS ATTENDED

EXTRAMURAL PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

HOBBIES


PUBLICATIONS

Papers (List cronologically all peer-reviewed papers. Manuscripts which have been sent to a journal for review and for which acknowledgement of receipt has been received should be listed as "submitted". Manuscripts which have been type-set and returned to you for proof-reading should be listed as "in press")


Abstracts (List only published abstracts - abstracts included in proceedings of meetings or in journals. Unpublished abstracts can be listed as presentations under "meetings attended")


REFERENCES
Give the names, addresses, phone/fax nos, and e-mail locations for at least 3 personal references.
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5. Sample CV




Sample CV

CURRICULUM VITAE : FLOYD D. SPENCE
DATE OF BIRTH 06 June 1966

HOME ADDRESS 716 Swallow Court, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
PHONE # (803) 889-2821

OFFICE ADDRESS Department of Microbiology and Immunology,
Medical University of South Carolina, 171 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, SC 29425 PHONE # (803) 792-9998

SOCIAL SECURITY# 385-29-8854

CITIZENSHIP US Citizen

EDUCATION
1984-1988 Furman University B.S. 1990
1988-1992 College of Charleston M.S. Marine Biology 1992
1992-1996 Medical University of South Carolina. Ph.D. 1996

DISSERTATION
Downregulation of the immune response in the Atlantic Oyster exposed to heavy metals and the use of specific immune function assays to indicate the level of heavy metal contamination of oyster beds. Advisor: Dr. D.A. Denham, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, MUSC.

AWARDS
1993 MUSC Student Research Day, PhD 1st/2nd year 2nd place
1995 MUSC Student Research Day, PhD 3rd year + 1st place

MEMBERSHIP IN SOCIETIES
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Society for Microbiology

EXTRAMURAL GRANTS / AWARD AMOUNT - DIRECT COSTS
1995-1996 East Coast Environmental Consultants Scholarship $20,000 per annum

INTRAMURAL GRANTS / AWARD AMOUNT - DIRECT COSTS
1995 MUSC Travel Fellowship $500

ACADEMIC COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES
Graduate Student Assocation - Committee Member 1994-1996

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES
Assisted in Advanced Immunology graduate course in Microbiology & Immunology Graduate Program.

MEETINGS ATTENDED
FASEB, New Orleans, 1994
South East Regional Bioremediation Society, Savannah, 1995
American Society for Microbiology, Phoenix, 1996

EXTRAMURAL PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Bio-Rad summer workshop on cloning and sequencing, 1995 - lab. assistant.

HOBBIES
Running, wind-surfing, chess, guitar.


PUBLICATIONS

Papers

1. Denham, D.A., and Spence, F.D. The specificity of the immune response in the Atlantic Oyster. In Proceedings of the Conference on Bioremediation, Ed. C.W. Kent, Verbose Press, 1995 328-331.

2. Spence, F.D. and Denham, D.A. Phenol oxidase activity in the Atlantic Oyster as a biomarker for heavy metal pollution. Journal of Environmental Toxicology, 1996, 12: 182-186.

3. Spence, F.D., McKutchen, G.W. and Denham, D.A. Opportunistic parasites of heavy metal- stressed Atlantic Oysters. Journal of Fish and Shellfish Biology, 1996, 16: 388-392.

4. Spence, F.D. Concentrations of heavy metals in Atlantic Oysters are inversely correlated with glutathione S-transferase activity. Transactions of the Society of Food Toxicology 1996 (in press).

Abstracts

1. Denham, D.A., and Spence, F.D. The cellular immune response in the Atlantic Oyster. FASEB, New Orleans, 1994.

2. Spence, F.D. and Denham, D.A. Determination of the phenol oxidase activity in the Atlantic Oyster. South East Regional Bioremediation Society, Savannah, 1995.

3. Spence, F.D., McKutchen, G.W. and Denham, D.A. Increased burden of opportunistic parasites of Atlantic Oysters exposed to heavy metals. American Society for Microbiology, Phoenix, 1996.


REFERENCES

Dr. Douglas D. Denham, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Medical University of South Carolina, 171 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, SC 29425
phone# (803)-792-9998
fax# (803)-792-1895
e-mail denhamdd@musc.edu

etc.

etc.
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这个真是很有用……非常感谢!

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SevensParadox 发表于 2013-11-7 19:58
这个真是很有用……非常感谢!

我是为了加大米才发的水文……
来都来了,要不就点个米吧……

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