The CV is used for the academic job search and in some cases for PhDs seeking a research position in other settings as well as industry positions. This workshop will cover the important elements of a CV, including strategies for how to showcase your particular knowledge and experiences effectively. We will also discuss some aspects of the academic job search – such as writing a research or teaching statement, or obtaining letters of recommendation. It’s helpful to bring a copy of your CV or a draft with you to refer to as we go through the material in the workshop.
Presentation: Academic and Industry CV [PDF]
Sponsored by MIT Global Education & Career Development Career Services with support from the Office of the Vice President for Research.