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Converting a CV to a Resume

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Use this presentation to help you navigate how to convert your CV into a powerful resume.

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Converting a CV to a Resume

  1. 1. Career Center Conver(ng a CV to a Resume
  2. 2. Differences Between a Resume & a CV • CV is a comprehensive document that tells your story • Resume is a succinct & concise document tailored to a par;cular posi;on
  3. 3. Differences Between Resume & CV
  4. 4. Purpose • Type of Posi;on • Audience • What They Need to Know – Relevancy – Contribu;ons – Fit
  5. 5. Agenda • Tailoring a Resume • Resume Structure & Format • Accomplishment Statements • Differences Between Resume & CV
  6. 6. Tailor • A Targeted, Focused Document • Research the Organiza;on • Network for Informa;on
  7. 7. Resume Structure • Contact Informa;on • Educa;on • Relevant Experience • Campus & Community Involvement • Relevant Coursework/ Projects • Research Experience • Entrepreneurial Ac;vi;es • Skills Sec;on (Computer, Language, Lab) • Honors & Awards
  8. 8. Resume Structure: Skills • Communica(on WriUen, presenta;on, oral, listening • Cri(cal Thinking Iden;fying problems, research, evaluate op;ons • Interpersonal Rela;onship development, coopera;on, nego;a;on, respec;ng other cultures • Leadership Planning, organizing, coaching and training others, seVng objec;ves • Technical Computer skills, data manipula;on, quan;ta;ve skills, set design or ligh;ng experience • Self Management Ethical behavior, ci;zenship, ;me management, detail oriented
  9. 9. Resume Format: Ac;ve Verbs • Research Tailor Your Ac;ve Verbs – Analyzed, Built, Conducted, Designed, Enhanced, Examined • Marke(ng – Collaborated, Created, Facilitated, Performed, Promoted • Business – Assessed, Collected, Consolidated, Directed, Implemented • NonProfit – Administered, Coordinated, Demonstrated, Developed, Organized
  10. 10. Accomplishment Statements A strong accomplishment statement should include: • Your Story – Your Skills – Results and Impact – Your Par;cular Role
  11. 11. Accomplishment Statements Components of a Strong Bullet Point/Accomplishment Statement Ac;on Verb “Coordinated” +Project/Ac;vity “3 fundraising events for local shelters” +Result “raised more than $8000, 20% over goal, greatly improving community awareness” =Accomplishment Coordinated 3 fundraising events for local shelters, raising more than $8,000, 20% over goal, greatly improving community awareness. Ac(on Verb + Project or Ac(vity + Result= Accomplishment Statement
  12. 12. Career Center Contact Us (919) 660-­‐1050 hUp://studentaffairs.duke.edu/career Facebook.com/DukeCareers TwiUer.com/DukeCareers

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