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Mẫu CV làm giảng viên bằng Tiếng Anh

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Mẫu CV làm giảng viên bằng Tiếng Anh

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MẪU 1<br /> Curriculum Vitae John Doe Address Tel: 11111111111 – Mobile: 1324657989 Email: johndoe@yahoo.com<br /> <br /> OBJECTIVE: See Personal Profiles Section<br /> <br /> SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS  RELEVANT EXPERIENCE  . EMPLOYMENT  EDUCATION <br /> <br /> OTHER SKILLS  REFERENCES Available upon request.<br /> <br /> MẪU 2<br /> [Your Name] [Street Address], [City, ST ZIP Code] [phone] [e-mail] Education Elm University, Chapel Hill, NC 2000 Ph.D. in English Dissertation: “The Cross-Cultural Communication Epidemic of the 21st Century” Honors: Dissertation passed “with Distinction” Elm University, Chapel Hill, NC 1997 M.A. in English Thesis: “The Accessibility Debate of Content in the Online Context” Oak Tree University, Raleigh, NC B.A. Honors in English Areas of Concentration: Journalism, Proposal Writing Minor: French Honors Thesis: “The Female Betrayed and Modern Media” AWARDS Postdoctoral Fellowship, Elm University  President’s Fellowship, Oak Tree University  Excellence Grant, Oak Tree University Teaching Experience Walnut Grove University, Chapel Hill, NC 1999 Lecturer – “Global Communication in the 21st Century.” Developed syllabus and overall course structure, and administered all grades. 1998 Adjunct Instructor – “Editing Technical Documents.” 1994<br /> <br /> 1998 – 2000 1995 – 1997 1996 – 1997<br /> <br /> Developed syllabus and overall course structure, and administered all grades. 1996 - 1997 Instructor – French 101, 102, 201, 202 Developed syllabus and overall course structure, including weekly lab practicum, and administered all grades. 1997 Teaching Assistant – to Professor Garth Fort in “Advanced Rhetoric.” Collaborated on curriculum and exam development, met with students upon request, and graded all written work, including final exam papers.<br /> <br /> Related Experience Lucerne Publishing, Raleigh, NC Editor Provide as needed editorial support remotely, including developmental and copy editing of their internal online and printed documentation. Wide World Importers, Durham, NC Researcher Compile reports, including statistical and market trends, to track the growth of online shipping sales versus the primary offline practices. Fabrikam, Inc., Raleigh, NC Language Consultant Translated American-English external web site content to French. Trey Research, Raleigh, NC User Interface Design Consultant Provided content design feedback to program managers to create accessible segue between English and French versions of related content. 1995 Present<br /> <br /> 1995 Present<br /> <br /> 1999<br /> <br /> 1998<br /> <br /> Publications and papers  “The Cross-Cultural Communication Epidemic of the 21st Century” Guest speaker at the Global Communication Convention, Los Angeles, CA 2001 “Why So Many Documents Remain Inaccessible in the  Information Age” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of English Professors, New York 1998 “The Female Betrayed and Modern Media”  Paper presented to the Historical Society for American Women, Athens, Ohio 1995 Languages  English – native language  French – speak fluently and read/write with high proficiency Spanish and Italian – speak, read, and write with basic  competence. Memberships  American Society of English Honorees  Western Society of Women Writers  Organization of Global Communicators<br /> <br /> MẪU 3<br /> Top and bottom margins at 0.7”. Left and right at 0.75”.<br /> <br /> Candidate’s Name (Don’t change font size) Street address, City, State, Zip (Don’t change font size)  username@u.washington.edu | http://website address (206) 123-5678 | (206)321-4345 (fax)  optional EDUCATION (this is regular caps; don’t deviate from this preset font size and style) June 2003 listing  Activities such as clubs. Format Officer title, Club name; Club name  Certificate programs listed You can decrease size to 10.5 or 10. 11 is ideal. But be consistent  Additional activities, awards, honors through the resume. May 1996 UNDERGRADUATE INSTITUTION City, State abbrev 2 letters Bachelor degree description, concentrations  Achievements, honors  Thesis, study-abroad program, etc. Keep this section concise. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Candidate for Master of Business Administration, concentration Seattle, WA<br /> <br /> EXPERIENCE<br /> <br /> 2000-Present COMPANY NAME, INC. (THIS IS SMALL CAPS STYLE) City1, Country1/City2, State ab Title, Division or Subsidiary if applicable An optional line describing company’s business, to help recruiter contextualize bullet points.  Each bullet should describe responsibilities and achievement. Can use multiple phrases. Each bullet should be 1-3 lines long. Group responsibilities and activities logically to the reader  List bullets in the order starting with one that broadly describes your job from the 10,000 feet level.  Proceed with additional bullets that drill down to key responsibilities, describing the activities with action verbs,can decrease size to 10.5 or 10. using You little passive tense (is, are, there is, were accomplished).Ideal is 11. But be consistent Try to through the resume. include numbers to quantify your achievement<br /> <br />
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