For each school, please start on a new line and include institution, institution URL, dates, field/major, and degree (if any). (e.g. University of Illinois, http://uiuc.edu, 1992-1994, mechanical engineering, MS)
What fields do you know at a typical college bachelor's or master's level? These might be fields that you learned about in formal courses or ones you've studied elsewhere. List only fields that are taught at universities. List them by their typical university department names. (e.g. computer engineering, psychology, fine arts, business administration)
In what fields (if any) do you—or could you—read the current research literature?
Academic Knowledge Keywords
Experience as an Educator
What classes or areas have you taught? Try to be as specific as possible. (e.g. high school biology; calculus II; after-school karate for 5th graders)
What professional certifications, licenses, rankings, etc. do you have, or have you had? (e.g. paramedic, chess master, CPA, broker—series 7, pilot VFR/SEL, Microsoft Certified Professional, Olympic swimmer, U.S. Army sergeant; include dates if appropriate)
What professional societies are you, or have you been, a member of? (e.g. American Math Society, Society of Actuaries, IEEE, Society for Human Resource Management)
What journals, magazines, newspapers, radio, television, news media, and podcasts do you follow regularly? (e.g. Economist, Physical Review Letters, New Scientist, NOVA, CNET, BuzzFeed)
What social media do you use regularly? (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Reddit)
What job positions have you held, and for roughly for how many years each? (e.g. systems administrator, sales executive, truck driver, librarian, professor, copy editor)
What industries or major companies/organizations have you worked for, including as an intern? (e.g. Motorola, food service, life insurance, Goldman Sachs, Field Museum, U.S. Navy)
What (human) languages do you know? List the language and your level (basic/competent/fluent/native) (e.g. French, competent; Latin, basic; Tamil, native)
What cities or areas have you lived in, or traveled to frequently? Note: Please include country or region name if a city isn't a major one; otherwise, searches won't work. (e.g. Paris, Chicago, Western Massachusetts, Sweden)
CS Languages/Apps Experience
What software/systems have you used, and how deeply? Include computer languages, major software applications, web applications, etc. (e.g. C++, Java, React, salesforce, iMovie, Arduino tools)
What open source projects are you involved in, and what is your level of involvement? (e.g., contributor, maintainer, owner)
Professional Skills and Experience
What particular professional skills have you had experience with that are not directly related to your current role at Wolfram Research? (e.g. public speaking, writing, project management, sales, elementary education)
What potentially relevant areas do you spend time pursuing or reading about? (e.g. blogging, chess, gardening, Japanese history, parasailing, stamp collecting)
Like to Learn About
What areas are you interested in learning about, and would like to be given opportunities for?
What other areas might you be able to find information or insight about, through your personal network?
What other keywords might be relevant for finding you when someone wants to look up who knows what?