1 Margaret A. Gartner 300 Ankeny Street SE Portland, OR 97205 (503) 555-1417 EDUCATION Current Student, Master of Science in Psychology, Counseling Psychology Expected June 2017 Capella University , Minneapolis, MN Relevant Coursework: Lifespan Development, Tests and Measurements, Psychological Testing, Biological Basis of BehaviorBachelor of Science, Environmental Science 2005 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 0 BPROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Capella University Psychology Club 2015 present Student Member Develop a greater understanding of issues facing the psychology community by regularly attending virtual presentations and panels featuring experts in the field Oregon Psychological Association 2014 present Student Member Participated in Mentoring Program in 2012 RELATED EXPERIENCE Crisis Connection Hotline - Portland.
2 OR 2016 present Volunteer Crisis Line Counselor Respond to outreach from at least 20 adolescents and adults daily over the phone and via text message. Assess incoming crisis line callers for need and severity, performing intake evaluations and referring as appropriate Counsel individuals on suicide prevention and severe and persistent mental illness coping strategies Evaluate callers for risk of suicide through active listening and assessing ideation Completed 50 hour crisis counseling training on active listening skills, crisis intervention, and administering psychological assessments (Beck Depression Inventory and Beck Anxiety Inventory)
3 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE UPBS&JU Portland, OREnvironmental Project Manager 2009 2014 Manage timeline and budget for environmental projects. Conducted site investigations and collaborated with regulatory authorities. Employed active listening and conflict resolution skills during weekly team meetings, resulting incohesive team with a high level of accuracy and efficiency Oversaw development of National Environmental Protection Act document, which allowed renewalof $2 million in grants to complete in-progress projects in responsible and timely manner Increased customer satisfaction scores by 12% while managing the technical work for 6 clients simultaneously Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
4 Analyst 2005 2009 Gathered, analyzed, and converted GIS data, reporting on results and provided recommendations on how to proceed with current and future projects. Saved company $300,000 by identifying instabilities in potential project site that were then proactively addressed This learner is preparing to apply for practicum and shows an early career CV. A similar format would be used for someone further on in their career. Tip: All CVs begin with the Education Section. As a current student, Margaret follows the APA guidelines when listing her Master s degree by identifying herself as a student.
5 Tip: In determining the section order, Margaret has chosen to highlight her strongest qualifications for the field of psychology. These are her professional development and related experiences. As she gains further experience in the field, these sections will likely be rearranged. Tip: By including her professional experience, Margaret is able to demonstrate transferrable skills she would bring to the field of psychology. She also includes accomplishments with specific results to show her ability to positively impact an organization.