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When it comes time to apply for graduate school or your first job, you'll need to have a resume to hand out. These examples should be helpful.
When you mail a resume or curriculum vitae, you should also include a Cover Letter. This is an example of a letter you should plan to send.
When you develop your resume, you will need to decide what you need to emphasize. Most commonly people tend to use an Experience-Oriented Resume . This stresses what you have done in both educational and professional settings.
Sometimes people have specialized skills they have aquired that may appeal to particular employers. In this case a Skills-Oriented Resume stresses these valued abilities.
Once your resume has gotten the employer interested, he will frequently request a more complete description of your education and experience. In this situation you should send a Curriculum Vitae. This will exhaustively note everything you've done, as well as providing a formal list of references.
While we don't expect you to have any problems with Plagiarism, it would be prudent to become aware of what it is and how to avoid it. The linked handout will explain this concept in some detail.
A brief overview of several questions about APA Style can be found on the APAwebsite at: http://www.apastyle.org/previoustips.html
State Psychology Licensure Boards
A listing of the contact information for the Psychology Licensure Boards for the various states can be found on the APA website at: http://www.apa.org/practice/refer.html
Looking for a Psychologist?
If you are looking for a Psychologist to help you one of the easiest resources is to look in the phone book. APA offers a referral service at: 1-800-964-2000. APA also offers information on it's website at: http://www.apa.org/helpcenter If you are in the Grayson area, you might want to call Pathways (our local community mental health agency) at: 474-5151.