curriculum vitae


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curriculum vitae (CV)

[kərik′ələm wē′tī, -vē′tē] pl. curricula vitae
Etymology: L, curriculum, course, vita, life
a summary of educational and professional experiences, including activities and honors, to be used in applications for employment, for biographic citations on professional meeting programs, or for related purposes. Also called resume, résumé.

curriculum vitae

A document that outlines a person's educational and professional history.

curriculum vitae

CV, resume Medical practice A formal listing of a person's professional education, objectives, work history, including location and dates of service at a particular hospital, health care facility, university, the role filled at the time of service, academic appointments, professional accomplishments, honors, board eligibility/certification–if relevant, list of publications–eg abstracts, articles, chapters, books, personal, professional references–individuals who can attest to the candidate's competence and integrity; personal data may include marital status, extracurricular interests. See CV weighing.
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Deben consistir de una carta de nominacion y un curriculum vitae del individuo nominado.
Interested candidates should fax or mail their Curriculum Vitae to:
To contribute to a panel, send a curriculum vitae and 300-word abstract to Mr.
Nominations should be submitted by February 24 to the organizational and control work service of the President's Executive Office, including letters of reference, letter of nomination from organization, curriculum vitae with photo, copy of a passport.
A survey by Morgan & Banks that found that an alarming 17 percent of male and 7 percent of female respondents admitted to lying outright on their curriculum vitae to secure a position, with those earning $50,000-$100,000 most likely to commit what the Americans call "resume fraud".
Submit detailed research proposal that includes a full statement of financial need and comprehensive research plan for optimal use of Naval War College materials, curriculum vitae, at least two letters of recommendation, and relevant background information to Miller Naval History Fellowship Committee, Naval War College Foundation, 686 Cushing Road, Newport, R.
He stated to the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) "The Members of the Parliament received the curriculum vitae of the candidates on last Thursday.
NZNO members who would like to submit an NZNO-supported application for one of the three health practitioner vacancies should make a direct application on NZNO's website before May 20 and send their expression of interest and curriculum vitae to Hayleem@nzno.
She had sent her curriculum vitae to several websites in order to get a job suitable for her qualifications.
A curriculum vitae is a brief document of facts about you and your work history, education.
Some users who wish to exploit the naivety of others set up a personal email address to receive requests and curriculum vitae of applicants, but the main purpose behind this is acquiring the addresses of women with the aim of exploiting their need for work or need of financial assistance.
With 24 photos the prince has taken for the monarch in different intervals and in different places, the pavilion makes part of the rich curriculum vitae of the king and attracts big numbers of visitors of the exhibition which was opened the day befroe yesterday by Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, President of the Saudi General Commisison for Tourism and Antiquities in the presence of Dr.

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