Making a fancy CV/resume for grad school application (a masters in art education). I got my BA 6 years ago (sort of unrelated field), I took a class semi-related to my field of interest last summer at a good university. Is it odd to list this one course in the education section of my grad school resume? Do I list my grade (which was an A)? Where would you put it?
Pimp My Resume: Mommy Edition. How can/should I describe these volunteer things I've done at my kid's schools on my resume? [more inside]
How do I explain a university medical withdrawal to a prospective employer without damaging my chances of being hired? [more inside]
How do I write an abandoned graduate degree into my resume? [more inside]
42 year old man applying to college for the first time. What to put on a resume or CV to reflect life experience as well as work experience? [more inside]
How important is the resume of an '08 college grad when it comes to getting into a good law school to attend in fall '10? [more inside]
Writing a (non-academic) resume for a perpetual student? [more inside]
I'm helping a family friend with his resume - how to best present his GED and homeschooled background? [more inside]
What's worse, being at a job for too long or not long enough? [more inside]
Have you attended the Stanford Graduate School of Business Summer Institute for General Management
? How was your experience? If you are an employer in the financial sector, how much more inclined would you be to consider a job applicant with a non-business degree who had attended the SI?