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Career Resource Guide

For more information, contact the Office of Career Services at: Manhattan campus 26 W. 61st St., Room 211, New York, N.Y. Old Westbury campus David G. Salten Hall, first floor Northern Boulevard Old Westbury, N.Y.

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Welcome to the Office of Career Services at ­ When is it time to begin partnering with the Office of Career Services? Right now! Our office is more than just a place to go to find a job when you’re about to graduate—we’re here for you from the first day you arrive at NYIT until after you receive your diploma and join the ranks of proud NYIT alumni around the globe. In your first year, Career Services can introduce you to a wide array of career possibilities and help you explore the link between your academic major and career options. If you’ve already chosen your dream profession, we can help you develop the skills and strategies to get you there. As you take each step toward earning your degree, the Career Services staff can help you make and re-evaluate career choices, write résumés, practice interviewing, build networking skills, help connect you with potential employers, and assist you in gaining real-world experience. We offer 24-hour access to digital tools such as NYIT Career Net, which students can use to search for jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and on-campus student employment. Tools such as FOCUS 2, UniWorld, Career Spots, and CareerSearch provide interactive information needed to make sound career choices as well as contact information for local and global employers. Career Services offers personalized one-to-one services with career professionals in a counseling setting and in ongoing career workshops, presentations, and guest speaker events. Start building your career network with the members of the Career Services staff. When it’s time to begin your full-time career, we can connect you with challenging entry-level positions at a variety of regional, national, and international organizations. Remember, we want to share in your success; let us know where you have been hired. If graduate or professional school is your goal, we can also assist you with your program selection and the application process. This guide, along with our friendly, professional staff and our complete list of web-based services and resources, will prepare you for a great career. Our services are designed specifically for you, and it is up to you to use them. We look forward to working with you and welcome your feedback. John Hyde Dean of Career Services Division of Student Affairs

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MEET THE CAREER SERVICES STAFF Old Westbury campus Dean: John Hyde Associate Director and Technology Specialist: Laurie Hollister Associate Director: Yvonne Harrison Associate Director, Experiential Education: Adrienne McNally Assistant Director, Student Employment: Caren Sobier (Old Westbury, Manhattan) Administrative Assistants: Abigail Godfrey, Patricia Pasquariello

Manhattan campus Assistant Dean: Amy Bravo Director: Charlene DeGregoria Assistant Director: Leigh Mascianica Assistant Director, Experiential Education: Rosalia Mannino Administrative Assistant: Michael Hackney

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TABLE OF CONTENTS International Business Résumé – Internship Position.... .........4 Architecture Résumé – Internship Position....................... .........4 Engineering Management (Veteran) Résumé – Internship Position.......................................................................................... .........5 Nursing Résumé – Entry-Level Position............................ .........5 Finance Résumé – Entry-Level Position ........................... .........6 Computer Science (Veteran) Résumé – Entry Level Position . ......................................................................................................... .........6 Marketing Résumé – Full-Time Position .......................... .........7 Advertising/Public Relations Résumé – Full-Time Position .... ......................................................................................................... .........7 Interdisciplinary Studies Résumé – Doctorate Program Application .................................................................................. .........8 Counseling Résumé – Full-Time Position........................... .........8 Curriculum Vitae Examples .................................................... .........9 Cover Letter Guidelines............................................................ ...... 11 Thank You Letter Guidelines................................................... ...... 15

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Related Courses: Business Administration and Organization, Accounting, Business Law, Economics, Money and Banking, International Business, International Economics and Finance

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New York Institute of Technology New York, NY International Education Office – Work Study Student • Assisted with administrative tasks; interacted with students from other countries • Addressed their needs and aided their transition into a new academic environment

Pathmark, Deli Clerk, New York, NY • Handle cash transactions • Provide excellent customer service under stressful conditions • Assist store manager

WORK EXPERIENCE

Business Class project, S.W.O.T. ANALYSIS • As part of a team of four, researched and designed a S.W.O.T analysis • Created PowerPoint presentation and three-page report detailing the findings • Team leader, kept all team members on track and on schedule • Earned an “A” on project

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5/07-present

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NYIT Alumni Mentor Program 1/12- Present • Participate as a Mentee in the award-winning program; paired with a successful alumnus of the university; conducted monthly communication via phone, email, Skype and office visits to gain exposure to the international trade industry • Learn successful networking strategies, resulting in a paid internship offer

EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE

11th Annual International Workshop, Switzerland 4/3/11- 4/18/11 Bo-Cash Management Game V.P of Finance Participant on an international student team charged with the creation of a simulated company; members headed the company’s Sales and Marketing, Human Resources, Production, Procurement and Finance departments • Managed all financial responsibilities and implemented sound fiscal practices • Oversaw and approved financial transactions to keep the company operational

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY New York, NY Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, concentration in International Business Honors: 3.43 GPA; Dean’s Honors list (spring 2012)

EDUCATION

OBJECTIVE: To obtain an internship related to international business

JENNIFER STINSON

35 Airplane Road ∙ Netcong, NJ ∙ 07857 ∙ 555-444-1111 ∙ jstinson@yahoo.com

David Window

NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, New York, NY

EDUCATION

May 2014

Assistant Manager • During renovations, assisted contractors with interior design • Assisted customers with their outfits (tailoring business) • Managed a team of five workers in supervisor’s absence

Volunteer • Selected as a part of a team of 10 students for the NYIT Alternative Spring Break service trip to Peru • Assisted in local construction project through fundraising and building on-site facilities • Donated to the water purification facility

Strong knowledge of AutoCAD 2008, Photoshop; familiar with Revit, SketchUp, and 3DMax

Russian (fluent speaker)

SKILLS

International YMCA, Lima, Peru

March 2012

Volunteer in Green Kid’s Zone • Helped facilitate kids’ programs and communicate green ideas to them • Welcomed presenters; assisted Green Kid’s Zone Manager as needed

April 2012

New York Green Festival, New York, NY

Volunteer Experience

STESSI STUDIO, Brooklyn, NY

June 2006 – December 2007

• Conducted fieldwork by making measurements and then redesigning existing residential houses • Informed clients of possible designs within limits of building codes and ensured their satisfaction • Re-drafted existing residential plans; drafted multiple designs as per the clients’ request • Communicated with clients during fieldwork and at the office • Collaborated with the head architect

May – August 2009

WALTER C. MAFFEI, Brooklyn, NY

Draftsman Internship

•B  uilt a model and created drawings using AutoCAD 08, Photoshop, and 3Dmax to present to a jury of four professional architects

• Designed function and placement

•P  lanned and designed a residential tower in downtown Manhattan • Conducted site research, analyzed, and documented existing conditions surrounding the site

January – May 2012

Class Project, Design IV

NEW YORK INSTITUE OF TECHNOLOGY, New York, NY

EXPERIENCE

Bachelor of Architecture Related Courses: Design 1-4, Arch Physics, Architecture History, Building Construction, Statics, Steel Construction, Visualization 1-3, Calculus Honors: 3.0 GPA

To obtain an internship in an architectural firm

OBJECTIVE:

88-12 Broadway, Destin Park, NY 11374, (556) 123-4567, dwindow@nyit.edu

Sample Resumés - Internship Resumé

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To obtain an entry-level position as a newly licensed registered nurse

SKILLS Microsoft Word/ Excel/ Power Point, Bilingual Spanish/ English, Transcultural services to patients of diverse backgrounds

NYIT de Seversky Center, Old Westbury, NY, October 2005-May 2006 • Member of wait staff team – served guests and set up dining area for events

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE

Glen Oaks Extended Care Facility, Glen Oaks, NY, May 2006-Present • Assist geriatric patients in daily living needs

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

• Registered Professional Nurse #215681, October 2008 BCLS-CPR, April 2008

CERTIFICATIONS

• HIPPA (Health Care Insurance Portability and Accountability) • ATI (Assessment Technology Institute) • Infection Control for Health Care Professionals • Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Maltreatment in New York

SPECIALIZED TRAINING

Nassau University Medical Center, East Meadow, NY, Fall 2006 • Assisted in providing nursing care to patients in respiratory unit

North Shore Long Island Jewish Hospital, Manhasset, NY, Spring 2007 • Assisted in postpartum, neonatal pediatric care, obstetric assessments using BUBBLE DHE, and neonatal assessments using Apgar score

Huntington Hospital, Huntington, NY, Fall 2007 • Rotated to ICU, Oncology OR, and ER

South Nassau Communities Hospital, Oceanside, NY, Spring 2008 • Administered medication under supervision of RN and clinical instructor in medical/surgical unit • Documented patient care interventions and outcomes

CLINICAL ROTATIONS

New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, NY Bachelor of Science in Nursing, May 2008; GPA 3.65, Magna Cum Laude Honors: Dean’s List every semester, Golden Key International Honour Society, Feinstein Senior Year Scholarship

EDUCATION

OBJECTIVE:

22 Health Care Way Lake Success, NY 11710 347-875-6524 nlopez@nyit.edu

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SKILLS Exceptional communications and interpersonal skills; able to relate to people, understand their concerns, and find resolutions; Bilingual in Spanish and English; Proficient in Microsoft Office suite

Student Aid September 2005 - April 2007 New York Institute of Technology/Admissions, New York, NY • Provided campus tours for prospective students and their family members • Assisted with Open House programming • Ensured all guests and former students received assistance from admissions counselor • Created files for new students

Executive Assistant December 2006 - May 2007 Beitin Associates, New York, NY • Billing/bookkeeping • Creating files for new projects for Department of Buildings • Trained to use AutoCAD

Vacation Planner Intern May 2007- August 2007 Walt Disney World, Orlando, FL • Achieved monthly sales goals and maintaining sales requirements by meeting guests’ needs to ensure selection of “right-fit” tickets for maximum satisfaction • Worked with computerized ticket system, offering guests tickets from a menu of more than 128 different ticket configurations • Gained a comprehensive understanding of Walt Disney World Resort and ticket media • Handled cash while working under pressure to mediate guests’ concerns

EMPLOYMENT Operations Intern, Finance Department October 2007- Present Morgan Stanley, New York, NY • Ensure transactions are settled and correctly recorded • Confirm all operational risks are recognized and managed, and internal controls are complete and operating effectively • Continually seek opportunities for improvement and delivering innovative solutions • Train new interns

EDUCATION New York Institute of Technology, New York, NY May 2009 Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Finance Related Courses: Accounting, Marketing, Small Business Management, Money and Banking, Corporate Finance, International Economics, and Quantitative Analysis

OBJECTIVE To obtain an entry-level position as a financial advisor

Lisa Purillo 245 West 18th Street • Bronx, NY 10460 • (817) 125-0003 • lpurillo2008@yahoo.com

Electronic Technician – Various Cities, USA United States Navy, November 2005 – March 2008 - Maintained, calibrated and troubleshot a broad array of electronic standard test equipment aboard an aircraft carrier which included but was not limited to oscilloscopes, signal generators, multi-meters and pneumatic devices - Gained practical analytical and troubleshooting experience working on millions of dollars’ worth of equipment and servicing over 500 calibration and maintenance items within 9 months, in addition to all other given military responsibilities

Field Service Technician – New York, NY Coinstar, June 2008 – May 2009 - Installed, repaired, calibrated, and maintained over 87 electromechanical machines and associated computers and phone lines within the NYC Metro Area - Worked independently in order to schedule routes and daily tasks, keeping track of inventory and ordering required parts, training customers and assisting them when necessary

Information Management Officer – Various Cities, USA United States Navy, June 2009 – March 2010 - Administrated, secured, and maintained 130 Windows XP workstations - Troubleshot printers, scanners, document senders and other devices when necessary - Contributed to the development and management of a command-wide server using Microsoft SharePoint 2007 - Personally oversaw the training for six new members during a change of command

Experience: Android Developer – New York, NY SoftwareHouse, January 2011 – Present - Developed a reusable cross-platform 2D Game API from the ground up which was used as the basis for two Android applications currently available on the Google Play market - Created a real-time interactive videogame for the Android OS, which included designing, planning, programming and creation of music and sound effects - Designed and programmed the application-end of an online card game for the Android OS utilizing JSON strings to communicate with a MySQL database that used PHP to manage data

Naval Training Center - Great Lakes III, IL Electronic Technician “A” and “C” Schools, January to November 2011

Thomas Edison State College – Trenton, NJ Bachelor of Art in Computer Science, May 2012, GPA 3.71 Associate of Applied Science in Electronics, January 2012, GPA 3.71

Education: New York Institute of Technology – New York, NY Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, August 2012, GPA 3.52

Skills: Development Technologies: Java · C · C++ · PHP · MySQL · XML · JSON · HTML · CSS · OpenGL· Android SDK Multimedia Editing Technologies: Adobe Photoshop · Windows Movie Maker · Fruity Loops Studio Certifications: Oracle Certified Professional, Java SE6 Spoken Languages: English · Spanish

Objective: United States Navy veteran looking to obtain a position as an entry level software developer

ROBERT SANTOS

281 Waldorth Street · New York, NY 10040 · (646) 333-3333 · roberts@gmail.com


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New Bizz •D  aily jobs included administrative work, team budgeting and competitive landscape analysis

Associate in Marketing & Certificate in Fashion Merchandising: Pierce College—Lakewood, WA 6/03

Certificate in Diversity Training, Multicultural Leadership Institute: Pierce College—Lakewood, WA 6/04

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communication Arts: New York Institute of Technology—New York, NY 05/13

EDUCATION

Designed promotional fliers and brochures; recruited new members; conducted meetings

Founder & President: 1/03-6/03—Business & Fashion Merchandising Club, Pierce College

Designed newsletters, promotional fliers, and brochures; arranged field trips, guest speakers, and film showings

Cinema/Arts Coordinator: 8/04-6/05—Multicultural Leadership Institute, Pierce College

Spoke at the annual Multicultural Leadership Institute’s End of Year Reception

Keynote Speaker: 6/8/07—Multicultural Leadership Institute, Pierce College

Collected tickets and distributed readmit passes for screenings; marked press-only screening attendance roster

Tribeca Film Festival Volunteer: 4/27/08—Village East Cinema. NY

LEADERSHIP

Visual Display Installer (Temporary): 1/03-3/03—Pierce College

Sales Associate: 9/05-12/05—Ann Taylor Loft, WA

Program Coordinator (Interim): 2/07-4/07—Correctional Officer Training Program, Pierce College

Staff Writer: 4/03-7/04, 4/06-6/07— Pioneer Newspaper: Pierce College

Arts & Entertainment Editor: 8/04-3/06—Pioneer Newspaper: Pierce College

Career Editor: 9/07-present—NYIT Chronicle: New York Institute of Technology

Carleton Group January 2004 – June 2004 Account Intern • Assisted group account in 2004 in the creation of general information brochure, fundraising brochure, and schedule flyer for the Long Island Rough Riders Soccer Team

EDUCATION

New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), New York, NY Bachelor of Science in Advertising with minor in Public Relations; 4.0 GPA May 2005 Honor Society, Golden Key, and Eta Chi Gamma Member

SKILLS Internet, Photoshop, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Hollister Co. Promotions Unit Charlotte, NC June 2004 – September 2004 Account Management Intern • Worked with the Regional Manager of Promotions and Advertising and the North Carolina Representative of Promotions of Hollister Co • Helped create, distribute, and collect surveys for store customers • Met with regional managers of materials to present survey findings and problems

• Worked with the Director of Communications and Director of Promotions and Client Services for the Long Island Ducks baseball team; led a group of four to seven colleagues •P  roduced in 2005: Media Guide cover and inside ad shell, official scorecard, bathroom ad shell, field dashboard, kids’ club logo, and QuackerJack Foundation logo •P  roduced in 2004: Atlantic League Championship logo, Ducks’ holiday card, Newsday ad shell, and media research plan of action

Carleton Group (Collegiate Advertising Group) Old Westbury, NY September 2004 – June 2005 Freelance Account Supervisor

Creative Assistant • Administrative assistant for Revlon, Pfizer’s Lipitor, and Shire Pharmaceuticals accounts

Account Assistant • Promoted in August 2006 to Account Assistant for Marshalls, Shire Pharmaceuticals, and

WORK EXPERIENCE

• Procured merchandise donations for prize give away; analyzed and organized survey data into statistical reports

SPECIAL EVENTS INTERN—College Relations Office, Pierce College, WA 5/02-8/02

• Generated Simon Gift Card sales leads

• Created fliers, sign-up sheets, and coupons for mall kids club event

TACOMA MALL MARKETING INTERN—Simon Property Group, Seattle, WA 1/06-2/06

New Bizz Associate, November 2005 – Present • Assist the New Bizz department with budgeting, intensive research, prospective client meetings, organization of RFIs and RFPs, travel, presentations, pitch processes, and filing of all materials •W  ork closely with Accounts, Creative, Planning, Interactive, and Studio departments to meet all New Bizz deadlines •H  elped integrate 10-year anniversary “revamping” of Kaplan materials—from agency-wide stationery to a modernized logo and new keynote presentation format •M  ember of team producing six pitches in 2008, 19 in 2007, and six in 2006: winning rate of 77 percent

EXPERIENCE The Kaplan Thaler Group, Ltd. New York, NY

OBJECTIVE  To relocate to Boston and obtain a position in an advertising agency with growth potential

1000 Main Street, Apt. 1 New York, NY 10010 ssmith@msn.com 646.275.6666

• Answer phone and respond to inquiries; greet and assist visitors; schedule appointments

• Promote the Office of Career Services to students; raise awareness for CareerNet, an online job searching tool; develop promotional materials; provide press releases and ads to student newspapers

PROMOTIONS ASSISTANT—Career Services: New York Institute of Technology, New York, NY 9/08-Present

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE

JOB DESIRED: Marketing Assistant

Denise Harris 200 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10014 212-222-2222 dharr@yahoo.com


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NYIT’S COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER

INTERNATIONAL YMCA

WALLY’S AMERICAN PUB N’ GRILLE

NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY NEW YORK, NY Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies degree, December 2011 Concentration: Business, Behavioral Sciences, and Social Sciences – GPA 3.6

EDUCATION

PARRAVANO WITTEN PC

MONTEREY, CA

PHOENIX, AZ

Managed day to day operations of local gastro pub, including all functions of payroll, local marketing, P&L, managing 50+ employees, and dealing directly with owner to convey his vision to a reality Helped create a 30% sales volume increase in 5 years, leading to the building of enough capital to open a second location in the middle of economic downturn Opened second location in high economic downturn with amazing success

MANAGING PARTNER

8/31/2003 TO 6/15/2009

PHOENIX, AZ

Assisted high volume law firm specializing in transactional law, estate planning, and litigation Performed all operations in corporate formations, business escrows, estate planning, and litigation

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Developed a web site and foundation that raises money for Neurological research As a result, foundation has helped donate over $4K to Barrow Neurological Foundation in first 2 years with very limited resources

3/1/2010 TO 8/31/2010

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OWNER

1/1/2007 TO 1/1/2011

NEW YORK, NY

Managed Global Teens program that develops and facilitates service abroad experiences for local teens (ages 12-18) which include cultural education and travel, volunteering, home stay experiences and cross-cultural youth interaction Facilitated Youth Ambassadors program that welcomes youth ambassadors from Mexico to New York to learn about violence prevention, service-learning, civic engagement, and New York City culture

PROGRAM COORDINATOR (Temporary grant funded State Department position)

NEW YORK, NY

Direct responsibility for New York Institute of Technology’s Community Service Center Train, evaluate, and supervise all student coordinator staff Nurture and maintain relationships between community agencies, campus organizations, and other constituents engaged in community service Manage all CSC reporting including end-of-month reports to department heads and direct supervisors

2/1/2011 TO 7/1/2011

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DIRECTOR

2/1/2011 TO PRESENT

EXPERIENCE

Gain acceptance into a Jurist Doctor program and school that focuses on public interest law and sustainable methods

OBJECTIVE

2 W 138TH ST APT 2, NY, NY 10031, 347-662-8949, gs5@GMAIL.COM

GREGORY STANLEY

University at Albany, State University of New York B.A. in U.S. History, May 2007 Minor: Journalism

ADDITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE May 2012 – August 2012 - Sports Instructor/Counselor at Berkeley Carroll Creative Arts Program, Brooklyn, NY August 2007 – April 2009 - Junior Commodities Broker at GFI Brokers LLC, New York, NY

August 2010 – May 2012 - New York Institute of Technology, New York, New York Resident Hall Director Co-Director of Community Service Center

January 2010 – June 2011 - New York Institute of Technology, New York, New York Assistant Coordinator of Student Activities and Leadership Development  Supervised 9 paraprofessional staff members  Provided academic, financial and career advisement to undergraduate and graduate students in all areas of study  Supervised undergraduate and graduate students in their preparation of educational and social events  Created, organized, presented and coordinated university-wide leadership workshop series for first-year at-risk students transitioning from high school to college

September 2011- January 2012 - Guidance Intern, High School of Arts and Technology, New York, New York  Lead group counseling sessions of at-risk students  Individually counseled students and monitored progress of personal/social, academic and college/career goals  Organized, researched and taught classroom lessons (bullying, cyber bullying and graduation requirements) th th  Researched and organized culturally enriching field trips for 9 and 10 graders th th  Reported detailed progress of 9 and 10 grade at-risk students in online database - Special Education Student Information System (SESIS)

September 2011- June 2012 - Guidance Intern, Stuyvesant High School, New York, New York  Counseled and monitored progress of students in supervisor’s caseload including students with Individualized Education Plans and 504 Plans  Actively participated in triennial reviews and annual meetings with parents, teachers, supervising counselor and administrators; maintaining strict confidentiality re: documentation in compliance with NYC Department of Education regulations  Interviewed students and composed their college letters of recommendation rd  Prepared students to write 3 person narratives in preparation for the college interview process  Designed and implemented personal/social, college and career readiness workshops  Lead weekly female group discussions on sexuality, gender identification, bullying, and community engagement

October 2012- January 2013 - Certified Substitute Teacher, William S. Hart District, Santa Clarita, California  Closely adhered to lesson plans for general education, special education and resource classes on short notice  Instructed classes with as many as 30 students of varied academic/age levels and diverse cultural backgrounds with a variety of teaching methods  Built positive rapport with students by creating positive learning environments in every classroom and offering one-on-one and group assistance  Effective communication with teachers and administrators

CERTIFICATIONS  New York State School Counselor, Provisional Certificate  Global Career Development Facilitator [120 hour career development certification] (2011)  Child Abuse Prevention Certificate (2010)  Conflict Resolution/Mediation Training (2009)

EDUCATION New York Institute of Technology, New York, NY M.S. in School Counseling, May 2012

Dan Bradford

300 Ave, Cedarhurst, NY, 11516 – d.bradford@gmail.com - 516.999.9999


Curriculum Vitae Tips What is a Curriculum Vitae (CV)? A CV is more in depth than a resumé, and is usually two to three pages long. It details academic credentials and professional accomplishments, highlights technical skills, and summarizes academic accomplishments and professional history. All your research and publications should be included. It should be included with all graduate school and faculty position applications.

Curriculum Vitae Example

John Doctor 8 Student Lane Brooklyn, NY 11201 516.686.7527 mmstu@nyit.edu EDUCATION: Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, May 2009 New York College of Osteopathic Medicine of NYIT, Old Westbury, NY Master of Science in Biology, GPA 3.97/4.0, January 2006 Stony Brook University, State University of New York Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater, summa cum laude, May 2003 Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY TEACHING AND ADVISING EXPERIENCE: Adjunct Professor, Biology Department, 2008 - present Nassau County Community College, State University of New York • Lecture one section of microbiology and one section of human anatomy • Supervise the microbiology lab including directing 5 research projects and 3 graduate students • Incorporate technology into classroom Teaching Assistant, Anatomy, Fall 2007 New York College of Osteopathic Medicine of NYIT, Old Westbury, NY • Taught anatomy to first-year medical students • Provided students with information about structures and other relevant information, answered their questions, and helped them dissect specimens • Provided tutoring sections with students struggling to grasp the content of the lecture Associate Professor, Biology Department, 2005-2006 Nassau County Community College, State University of New York • Instructed four biology classes on microbiology, human anatomy, and biology for non-science majors • Disseminated information to lab instructors • Supervised four teaching assistants • Advised 278 students for academic progress and success RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: Research Assistant, Epidemiology Department, 2007-present Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project, Stony Brook University Hospital • Federally mandated, population-based case-control study to determine whether breast cancer risk among women in the counties of Nassau and Suffolk, NY, is associated with selected environmental exposures, assessed by blood samples, self-reports, and environmental home samples. Research Assistant, Cell and Tumor Biology, Fall 2005-Spring 2006 “Ron Receptor Signaling Augments Mammary Tumor Formation and Metastasis in a Murine Model of Breast Cancer,” Winthrop University Hospital • Studied the effect of Ron signaling on tumorigenesis and metastasis in a mouse model of breast cancer Research Assistantship, Biology Department, 2006 Stony Brook University, State University of New York • Researched proteins controlling cell growth, differentiation, apoptosis, and oncogenic stress often deregulated in tumor cells

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Curriculum Vitae Example John Doctor 8 Student Lane Brooklyn, NY 11201 516.686.7527 mmstu@nyit.edu HONORS, AWARDS, AND SCHOLARSHIPS: New York State Regents Healthcare Scholarship, Fall 2006-present National Health Service Corps Scholarships, Spring 2006-present Research Assistantship, Stony Brook University, 2005-2006 President’s List, January 2003-January 2007 PUBLICATIONS: Bugge TH, Lund LR, Kombrinck KK, & Student, M. “Reduced metastasis of polyoma virus middle T antigen-induced mammary cancer in plasminogen-deficient mice.” Oncogene 2006;16:3097–104. Granovsky M, Fata J, Pawling J, Muller WJ, Khokha R, Dennis JW & Student, M. “Suppression of tumor growth and metastasis in Mgat5-deficient mice.” Nat Med 2006; 6:306–12. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS: “Suppression of tumor growth and metastasis,” National Association of Oncologists, Tampa Bay, Fla., 2006 “Identifying frequent impairments of the mitotic checkpoint and molecular analysis of the mitotic checkpoint in humans with lung cancer,” American Cancer Society, Atlanta, Ga., 2005 UNIVERSITY SERVICE: Member, Student Osteopathic Internal Medicine Association (SOIMA), 2006-2007 New York College of Osteopathic Medicine of NYIT NYCOM Mentor, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine of NYIT, 2005-present Advise first-year medical students on academic success and time management PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS: National Association of Oncologists 2005-present American Cancer Society, 2005-present LANGUAGES: Fluent in Spanish, Italian, and Hebrew

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INTERNSHIP COVER LETTER GUIDELINES Many positions require a cover letter. It should include a student’s schedule of availability for the semester he or she is seeking the position, as well as a list of areas the student has an interest in working.

A Left-Justified Block Style Format is single spaced; double spaced in between paragraphs and has no indents. 1st Paragraph Identify that you are seeking an internship, for which semester, what departments you’re interested in, and your schedule of availability. 2nd and 3rd Paragraphs Identify your strongest skills and provide examples. Work-related skills are the strongest, eg, a graphic design student might provide examples of using Photoshop, instead of identifying that his strongest skill is that he works well under pressure. 4th Paragraph Ask for the interview. Be sure to include your contact information so that the company can contact you just in case your resume gets misplaced. Finish with a line of appreciation and sign your letter. Leave four returns in between your closing and your name. Sign in that space.

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1855 Broadway New York, NY, 10023 March 1, 2013

To Whom It May Concern: I am currently a junior Graphic Design student at New York Institute of Technology seeking a summer 2013 internship with your company. I will be available to work at least three full days each week in the summer and am available to work some weekends. My primary interests include print and web design, and I would be interested in working in any department where I might be able to use these skills. I have developed nine web sites in the last two years for family, friends, church and professors. Stylistically, they range from fun and trendy, to academic in nature, to professional. I am most comfortable using HTML, but I have strong working knowledge of Dream Weaver, Fireworks, Photoshop and Java. My graphic design skills have enabled me to create a variety of print work. I have created a procedural handbook for the Science Fiction Club, posters and flyers for campus organizations, a magazine advertisement for my mother’s home-based clothing design business and a CD cover for my friend’s band. I enjoy graphic design because it challenges not only my design skills but also my listening and conceptualization skills. I would like the opportunity to interview for an internship with your organization. If I can provide you any additional information, or if you would like to arrange a meeting, please feel free to call me at 212-555-6847 or email me at professionalemailname@nyit.edu. Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to speaking with you.

Sincerely,

Jesse Smith

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826 52nd Ave Elmhurst, NY 11373 917-222-3333 syo@gmail.com

December 1, 2012 United Health Group Street address City, state, zip code

Good Morning,

Please accept this letter and attached resume as an application for the clinical administrative coordinator position. I am a highly motivated and diligent individual and would love to contribute my passion and skills to this position. I am very interested in the health profession showcased by my extracurricular endeavors. I am currently an intern with the Bronx Medical Center, where I am able to work well both independently as well as a cooperative team member. In this role I assist my supervisor with teaching HIV patients how to use an iPod in order to modify their HIV data information. I spend most of my weekends volunteering because I find helping others highly rewarding. I am bilingual in English and Mandarin which helps me assist with translation as well. In addition, this summer I earned the opportunity to study Psychology at Yale University; in this course and through my research studies, my understanding of and appreciation for human social and emotional issues grew. I have the patience to handle complex and emergency situations with a sense of calm and self-confidence, and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment. All of which make me suitable for a health related environment. I have also worked as a Graduate Assistant for the NYIT - School of Education Department, so I am familiar with office operations and database systems. I passed a computer certification examination during my undergraduate studies, so I have excellent computer skills. I also like to explore and learn new computer skills/software myself such as video editing. In conclusion, I would appreciate the opportunity to interview with you in person to discuss how I might contribute to the position. I can be reached at the contact information provided. Thank you for your time and consideration and I look forward to hearing from you. Best, Shu Yo

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118-22 202nd Street St. Albans, NY 11412 (718) 413-2044 (Home) AdrFelton@aol.com XYZ Hotel Address Date Dear Ms. Jones: I am a recent graduate of the Katharine Gibbs School, where I majored in Hotel and Restaurant Management and was an A student. I am currently a student at New York Institute of Technology and am obtaining my Bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management online. I am seeking a management position in this people-friendly and rewarding industry. I learn quickly, work well in troubleshooting situations, and love working with people. I was employed at the Omni Berkshire Place Hotel, where I was given the opportunity to become a temporary Assistant Executive Housekeeper after only three weeks of joining the Housekeeping Department as Housekeeping Coordinator. I have learned a great deal about hotels and their makeup during this time. I have studied the union bylaws and have built great relationships with the union workers, delegates, and business agents. Previously, I worked as a manager in the real estate industry for a midtown Manhattan firm where there was heavy client interaction; I managed a staff of 15 employees. The experience prepared me for the rewards and challenges of the hospitality industry. These and other prior experiences validate the recognition I received as being an asset to any organization. Attached please find my résumé for your review. I would welcome the opportunity to discuss my qualifications with you in a personal interview. I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Adrienne Felton Encl: Resumé Attached

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555 Something Avenue New York, NY 10023 Msaler02@nyit.edu (347) 538-6103 Sharp Entertainment Address December 5, 2012 To Whom It May Concern, Please accept this letter and attached resume as an application for a position with Sharp Entertainment. In fall 2011 I had the opportunity to intern with your organization and would love to be reconsidered for a full- time position with the company. I am a student at the New York Institute of Technology where I major in Communication Arts. I will complete my bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts / T.V Production in December 2012. I believe the tasks I fulfilled as an intern with your organization make me a qualified employee candidate – not only am I familiar with the Sharp Entertainment culture, I have cultivated and practiced many of the skills related to the Production industry. During my time with the company, I had the opportunity to go on field production shoots for shows such as “Love/ Lust”. Preparing equipment and handing out appearance releases helped me gain knowledge of the basics of production and preparing for shoots. I also had the opportunity to transcribe footage for the “Call of the Wildman” and research ideas for other shows. Most recently I have been interning with the Rachael Ray show where I have further developed my related knowledge and experience. This paired with my academics and time with Sharp make me a valuable candidate. I have the motivation, creativity and interest to embark on a career with your organization. I know I will prove to be a competent employee who will contribute to your company’s productivity. I would be delighted to meet with you and discuss my credentials further. Thank you for your time and attention, I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely, Marisa Salerno

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THANK YOU LETTER GUIDELINES Thank you letters should be sent after each interview. Try to remember details about the interview. What was the atmosphere like? Did people seem to like their jobs, product or services? How did people treat you as a potential hire? The answers to these questions may enable you to personalize your letter. Be sure to take a business card from each person you meet. Thank you letters should also be written to the employing supervisor after an internship experience is completed. Thanking him/her for the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with the company will show your appreciation and will likely make a lasting impression with your former supervisor. Thank you letters may be emailed, but employers still prefer mailed hard copies.

A Left-Justified Block Style Format is single spaced; double spaced in between paragraphs and has no indents. 1st Paragraph Note the date and the position you interviewed for and thank the interviewer. 2nd Paragraph Indicate what struck you about the interview, company or employees and demonstrate why you are the best candidate for the position. 3rd Paragraph Provide your contact info again and restate your appreciation. Finish with a line of appreciation and sign your letter. Leave four returns in between your closing and your name. Sign in that space.

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PO Box 8000 Old Westbury, NY 11568-8000 April 2, 2013 Dear Ms. Harris, Thank you for interviewing me yesterday for the marketing internship position. I enjoyed meeting you and learning more about your company. I was very impressed with the variety of services you offer clients, as well as the enthusiasm you and your colleagues have for your organization. I would like the opportunity to intern with you because I want to work with the best and I know I can help in accomplishing some of your projects. Please feel free to call me if I can provide you any additional information, 516555-6845. Again, thank you for the interview and your consideration. Sincerely,

Grace K. Newfield

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