I will be student teaching next semester. I am an instrumental music education major. I am meeting for an interview with my cooperating teacher tomorrow. Yesterday, he e-mailed me to let me know that he expected to see my Resume/Portfolio/CV. My Band Methods teacher has not gotten around to covering those items yet, and was surprised that my cooperating teacher would want to see them. I have my resume done, so I am not worried about that. However, I have no clue what a music education student, with no real experience in the field aside from within college (section leader in University marching band, Uniforms Manager/Librarian for one year, things like that) would put on a CV. Basically, what would a cooperating teacher expect to see on a CV from a college student?? I have NO IDEA what to do for the CV at all, and while my methods teacher gave me ideas for the portfolio she ignored everything about the vitae and has not answered my subsequent e-mail yet. I have the basic materials for assembling my portfolio. I have very little money in my account, as I did not budget for this. I will have some tomorrow, but do not know if I will have time. I ran out and bought a very cheap, plastic, black portfolio to put it in - this one. I have no idea how to organize it. I wanted plastic sleeves but honestly don't have enough to buy them right now. Should I have a table of contents? Should my resume and vitae be in the portfolio?? Thanks for any help. I feel totally overwhelmed with this.