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?