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Ph.D. Vitae Guide

Ph.D. Vitae Guidelines

Below is a sample format for your curriculum vitae. Although it is not necessary for you to follow this format, it is necessary that you include all the information listed.

Type on white paper:

Mailing Address:

Areas of Special Interest:

Education:

Institution(s) and the dates you attended. Identify your degree(s) and major(s) and minor(s). Begin with your most recent degree.

Continuing Education:

List the most significant continuing education experiences you have had in the last ten years.

Paid Employment History:

List your most significant and relevant paid social work or human services experiences in chronological order, beginning with the most recent. Identify the employer and the location of this employment, the beginning and ending dates, and a brief (2-3) line job description.

Volunteer Experiences:

List your most significant and relevant volunteer social work or human services experiences in chronological order, beginning with the most recent. Identify the agency and its location, the beginning and ending dates, and a brief (2-3) line description of your responsibilities and activities.

Honors and Awards:

Identify academic honors and awards you have received from a community, service, or social group.

Professional Affiliations/Licensure:

List professional associations in which you hold membership (e.g., NASW), as well as any advanced certifications that you have received (e.g., state licensure for the practice of social work, AAMFT).

Research and Evaluation Experiences:

List research and evaluation experiences in which you have participated, including a description of your position, beginning and ending dates, and responsibilities.

Teaching Experiences:

List courses that you have taught at either a community college or university level, including the title, level, beginning and ending dates, a brief course description, and the educational institution at which it was taught.

Paper Presentations at Conferences:

List the titles of papers that you have presented at national, state or other conferences over the last five years, including date, sponsor of conference, and co-authors or co-presenters.

Publications:

List publications on which you are an author, including journal articles, books, book chapters, technical reports, magazine or newsletter articles, contract or grant applications, and program manuals. Please follow the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association Third Edition for style.