Job Application Resources
There are several application resources to help you in developing your job applications. Whether you are applying for a teaching job and need a teaching statement, or converting your CV to a Resume, several resources are there for you.
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Applying for an academic position
Berkeley has a terrific step by step guide to the application process from start to finish
Chronicle Vitae offers this often humorous, sometimes heart crushing, but stat filled perspective on the job hunt
Vanderbilt University offers a compressive guide to your Teaching Statement
Yale Center for Teaching and Learning also has several tools as well as samples of teaching statements
For a short and sweet list of things to avoid – try The Professor is In!
The Teaching Center at Washington University at St. Louis offers a quick guide to a portfolio but also a list of online references
Rutgers also offers a step by step description of what needs to be included in a portfolio.
Vanderbilt also offers a terrific, detailed guide to putting together a portfolio along with examples.
converting your CV to resume
UC Davis offers a great explanation of the difference between a CV and a resume and how to best move from one to the other