Mastering the CV

A CV, or Curriculum Vitae, is a repository of all academic credentials, experiences, publications, and achievements. Used primarily in the world of academia, a student would typically need a CV if they are preparing for or attending a graduate-level program or applying for positions in academics. Typically, there are no set page limits to CVs and should be comprehensive and detailed.

What Are Transferable Skills? Definition and Examples

Even if you haven’t had your first professional job, chances are you’ve gained some transferable skills from internships, volunteering, classes, and even extracurriculars. Transferable skills, as the name suggests, are skills you can transfer from one job to another. These …

By Zoe Kaplan - Forage
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Proven Ways to Demonstrate Your Leadership Skills Without the Experience

For your next position, you’re looking for a management role. You know you could lead a team of people, devising strategy and inspiring them to do their best work.

There’s only one problem: you haven’t actually been a leader before.

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Make Your CV Work for You

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If you have applied for a position and have been asked to submit a CV, you might be asking, “What is a curriculum vitae?” In the past, you only submitted …

By William Frierson - College Recruiter
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