The process to make your application most competitive for an internship starts long before your senior year. Each step along the way is important, and poor decisions can make it progressively harder to be an excellent candidate. Here is a timeline to help you be the best internship applicant you can be. First Year –
The undergraduate CV is not a tremendous make-or-break piece of the application. The bar is set pretty low- you’ve probably never made a CV before, and evaluators understand that. However, if you do make a great-looking CV, it may get slightly more notice. That slight notice may be enough to bump your application into the
The curriculum vitae is not hard to do well, and it performs an enormous job. It has to be organized, clear, detailed, and help create a narrative of what you have done. There is no one right way to do a CV, but here are some guidelines which will help. There is no page limit.
Even if you have experience writing a CV for vet school, internship, residency, or grad school, you can always improve your CV-writing skills. I see CVs from applicants all the time and think, “Who advised you to do it like this?” There aren’t many rules when it comes to faculty CVs, but you can make