Hello I'm preparing a CV in English. What is the formal way of saying I'm in an project? This sentences below are valid or not ? Thanks.

  1. I'm included to a project.
  2. I have been enrolled to a project.
  3. Something else.
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    Commented Feb 15, 2015 at 18:12

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I would say " I have been participating in a project", from the word participate; take part.

synonyms: take part in, engage in, join in, get involved in, share in, play a part/role in, be a participant in, partake in, have a hand in, be associated with.

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    Note that this usage usually implies a voluntary participation in the project. If instead you have been directed to contribute to the project as part of your job, you'd be more likely to use something like "I am assigned to a project." Commented Feb 15, 2015 at 6:48

You can say I'm a member of a team working on a project.

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