Scott found the blog while searching for examples of TV writer resumes, since he is putting together an application for the ABC/Disney fellowship. The hard thing about putting together our TV writer resumes is that we're not professional TV writers yet. When you are, your resume will just list the shows you've written for, nothing else. (At the agency we just call them credits.) But at this stage what you put together should be just your standard work resume - where you went to school, what your degree is in, work experience, etc. I'm sure the fellowship people will be happy to see sme industry experience, and anything you've done that utilized your writing skills. Also include any awards you've won, poems you've had published, etc. If you're just getting into this whole TV writer thing and don't have any related experience, don't fret; there is no set training to become a TV writer, and sometimes the best thing is to have an expertise in something else so that you can write about it. Are you a doctor? Hair stylist? Your nonwriting jobs might be the exact things that the fellowship people will want to see to know that you're an interesting, unique writer. And, in my opinion, the more unorthodox, the better. If you were a lion tamer for a circus or in the Israeli army, put it down! Things like that give you a really unique perspective (and those fellowships are all about diversity). One of my coworkers just got a new job at a TV studio, and she said that person who interviewed her noticed on her resume that she was also a yoga teacher, and they talked about that for half an hour. It made her stand out, and it gave them a talking point - two very valuable things when you're just a resume in a huge a pile of resumes. At the bottom of my resume I list the fun fact that I was on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire - and it's come up in at least half of my job interviews.
Also, I shouldn't have to say this, but I've seen enough horrible resumes to know that I need to: Please spend some time on the layout, and check your spelling and grammar. You're a WRITER, for Chrissakes!