Your employment history should include work going back four to five years, depending on your age and the extent of your work experience.You will likely begin publishing work during or after graduate school.I welcome the opportunity to discuss this position and my qualifications with you further.
List each award, granting institution, and the date it was awarded.
These can run anywhere from university scholarships to teaching assistantships and fellowships, to inclusion on the Dean’s list for having a stellar GPA. List the title of the submitting, the name of the awarding institution, the dollar amount of the grant, and the date it was awarded.
A grad school CV serves the same basic purpose as a regular CV: to secure you the job you want — in this case, the position of “grad student.” Essentially, the CV is a sales pitch to grad schools, and you’re selling yourself!
Admissions committees and faculty members want to see that your skills, experiences, and qualifications make you a great fit for their program and university.
Write your full name, home address, contact number, and email address.
Include this information at the top of the first page, either in the center of the page or aligned left.
As an enthusiastic and goal-driven professional with experience in recruiting and securing new students for post-graduate schools, I am confident that I would be a valuable asset to your institution in this role.
My background includes overseeing admissions presentations, organizing on- and off-campus recruitment events, responding to questions from students and families, and “selling” school offerings and services to meet—or surpass—admissions goals.
As with publications, you probably won’t start attending conferences and giving presentations until well into your graduate school career.
If you do have this experience, include any presentations you have been involved in, whether you were the presenter or contributed to the visual work (such as posters and slides).