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|Your Career Biography|
Writing a Career Biography is somewhat like narrating a story and should be written in the 3rd person. Avoid using the words I and my.
Step one: Once you’ve gathered all of the information you need, organize it by headings as you will see in the example of the information gathered below.
Step two: Under each heading, take the facts and blend them together into a series of well-crafted paragraphs. You don’t want to be listing the facts in point form but instead, you want to talk about them in sentences and paragraphs. Be concise in how you word them, but keep it interesting. Make your readers want to know more.
Headings and Facts
Briefly talk about your professional, career or research objectives
Thesis or dissertation title and advisor Scholastic achievements of merit
Awards, honors and patents
Publications and presentations Significant accomplishments Anecdotes of accomplishments
7. Professional certifications & Other Skills
Professional licenses and certifications
8. Memberships and Interests
Related extracurricular activities
Excerpts about you from Letters of Recommendation, Articles or other favorable sources.
* contact information - include only if it is relevant
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