Military service gave us a lot of unique skills, allowed us to lead people in extraordinarily difficult situations, and exposed us to more cultural and socio-economic diversity than most other people in a lifetime. We volunteered to do what very few of the American public was willing or able to do, and that is pretty … Continue reading Is Military Service an Automatic Leg Up on the Competition?
(If you haven't seen the earlier entries in this series you can find them here: Part I, Part II) Explain What You Will Bring to the Table It sounds redundant, doesn’t it? After all, in theory your resume should be entirely about what your past experiences indicate you will bring to the table. Unfortunately, many … Continue reading The Medical School Resume – Part III: What You Bring
(If you haven't seen Part I of this series you can find it here: Part I) Put Yourself in Their Shoes Whether you’re applying to a standard corporate position or a medical school the most important step you can take is to put yourself in the shoes (well, chair) of the person reading your resume. … Continue reading The Medical School Resume – Part II: Point of View
Crafting your resume for medical school is no different than personalizing it for any other role. You simply follow the same principles as normal, and make a handful of medicine-specific tweaks. This is the first part in a series with a deep-dive approach to how to put real polish on your resume. The series should … Continue reading The Medical School Resume – Part I: Overview