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Résumés and Curriculum Vitas


Your résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) is the most important aspect of your personal brand. You will likely only need one or the other, but both documents serve as a great way to demonstrate your uniqueness, vision and value.

 Don’t have a résumé or CV?

 

With so many places to find templates, it can be overwhelming as you determine what type of format is appropriate or knowing what skills to focus on!  Below are a few resources to help you get started: 

ACCP CV Prep Tips
ASHP Curriculum Vitae Resource Center
Note: Members of ACCP and ASHP have access to additional resources including CV review by other members. 

Careeronestop Resume Guide
Purdue OWL Résumés and Vitas
"The Pharmacy Professionals' Guide to Resumes, CVs and Interviews" by Thomas P. Reinders

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 Need your résumé or CV reviewed?

If you already have a résumé or CV prepared, you may want to consider utilizing the Anschutz Medical Center campus writing center and there are several ways to get started.

Online Drop Box

Consultants at The Writing Center offer an online drop box service where students can have professional papers such as résumés and CVs reviewed and receive feedback. They will provide general and specific feedback about how your writing (and document) can be improved. Students are allowed one submission per week and the expected wait time is 4 business days from the appointment date selected. To get started, login to WCOnline and choose the Online Drop Box: Grad and AMC schedule from the dropdown menu.

Online Consultations

The Writing Center also offers online consultations for all students. The online consulting platform allows students to upload their documents and work on them in real time while instant messaging with a Consultant. Evening availability is offered and appointments are 50 minutes. During an online consultation, student may discuss several topics including, but not limited to:

  • Brainstorming and planning

  • Outlining and organizing

  • Arguing via claims and evidence

  • Analyzing and synthesizing ideas

  • Paraphrasing and documenting source information

  • Understanding grammatical issues and patterns of error

  • Learning how to self-identify and revise independently

Get started today and schedule your online consultation with The Writing Center!

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