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How many unorganized boxes of transcripts or other records do you have up in the attic?
Can you remember all the conferences you've attended or papers you've written?
Can you list all the special assignments you've had in the last ten years of your career? Five years?
Do you remember all the contacts you've made in the last five years who might help in a job search?
How quickly can you generate a new, up-to-date resume?


Welcome to IEEE-USA's Career Asset Manager Index (CAMindex), originally developed by IEEE's Educational Activities. CAMindex is a resource to help you keep records of all the educational, professional and personal activities that might be helpful in quickly putting together a resume or job application. CAMindex forms organize your information like a chronological resume, and may be easily adapted for other formats.

If you were faced with an unanticipated job change or unemployment, would you be ready for the tough challenges that lay ahead? Take a minute to ask yourself the questions in the gray box to the right. If you had a negative response to most of them, you're not alone. Most professionals, even those who consider themselves organized, have not kept good records of their professional activities. Yet, at any moment, especially in today's precarious economic environment, you might be asked to justify your current position or look for a new one.

How to use CAMindex

CAMindex provides a fast and easy way to keep all your records professional, educational and even personal in one place so that they can be utilized in making career decisions or executing a job search. Simply download the forms (available in PDF and MS Word formats), fill in the pertinent information, and file your records away in a safe place. Then, if you ever need them, you'll have a wealth of the information at your fingertips. Sample forms are provided for guidance. The records are sectioned into the following areas of interest:

These forms are published in Portable Display Format (PDF). The size of files is indicated as a guide to download times. If you need to download the FREE Acrobat PDF Reader, click on the button below.