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For example, here:

My contribution: Front-end development.

(The) Project: Our team realized the most popular news resource for a big city.

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    IMHO in a CV you need as few words as possible, you're not making a literary work you're writing a short document that carries a lot of information, so I think it's better without the definitive article "The". – Mystic Odin Jul 1 '16 at 9:35
  • What is the point of origin for the people receiving the CV? Different countries have different standards in my experience. – Cascabel Jul 1 '16 at 17:34
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I'd suggest no - generally accepted principles for CV's are to have as little 'filler' as possible, so headings, bullet points and list formatting is a typical way to present information in a content focused way.

In your example, the definite article adds nothing, so leave it out.

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