Sample Museum Curator Resume


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A museum curator resume is the applicant's opportunity to focus on his experience. All museum curator resumes should reflect the job seeker's ability to do the job, his training, experience, and recognition, if it applies.


Greg Harrison
101 Smith Street
Any Town, USA 99999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
gharrison@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Museum Curator

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Trained and organized; communicative; dependable; experienced in digital imaging and scanning technology; eager for immediate placement

EXPERIENCE

Museum Curator, 2000 to present:

Small City Art Museum, Small City, USA.

Responsible for overseeing the arrangement, cataloguing, exhibition and maintenance of art collections. Also planned and coordinated educational and public outreach programs, including tours, workshops, travel, lectures and classes.

Assistant Museum Curator, 1998-2000:

Small City Art Museum, Small City, USA.

Assisted the lead curator by researching topics and items relevant to the museum's collections in order to keep programs and communication with patrons and the public up-to-date.

EDUCATION

M.A. Museum Science, 2000

Gunther University, Any City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Museum Curators

Chapter President 2007

NOTE: One to two-page museum curator resumes are popular with potential employers. The museum curator resume shown here is a shortened version of one that would attract a hiring manager. Use it as an example to build your own.








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