Often as a fresher straight out of school or university you do not have work experiences to showcase in your CV. Also, when you are looking for getting a job or internship with a company a good CV is all you have to get the attention of recruiter. In this post we will share the tips and tricks you need to follow to create a awesome CV which guarantee your chance to get selected
Most organizations do not create talent bucket for their people.The first responsibility of Talent Management is to identify key strength of their talent pool and constantly nurture it.
Some Tips for writing your first CV
Put your most recent work first. • Keep it simple. • Tell only the truth. The truth always comes out in an interview. • Highlight any very good or very unusual work you did. • Keep reading - sample resume below! .
Download the Template of CV here
A. Things to know about US-style resumes: • 1-2 pages is good. Do not give us more than 2 pages. 1 page is best. • We do not want your life history. • We must have your email address. • No spelling errors please. Have your friends read your resume. • Your resume should look significantly different from your classmates’ resumes. • Put your unique experiences and skills on your resume! • No photo, neither marital status, gender, religion, etc. B. A good, basic US-style resume has 6 parts: Part One: CONTACT INFORMATION • Your full name • Your email address • Your permanent contact information (home address and phone) • Your school contact information (school address and phone) Part Two: EDUCATION • Your university • Your degree • Your expected graduation date • Your Grade Average (“GPA” = Grade Point Average) Part Three: WORK EXPERIENCE • Name of company, location, dates worked there • Your job title • Describe what you did in 2-3 sentences. Part Four: MAJOR SCHOOL PROJECTS • Dates you worked on project • Describe what you did in 2-3 sentences. • Do not list projects that every other student does, unless your work was very good or very unusual. Part Five: TECHNICAL SKILLS • Programming languages: number of years of experience for each • Platforms: ones you use, ones you have administrated • Applications: just put the unusual ones, not the ones every student knows Part Six: AWARDS AND LEADERSHIP • List any technical awards • List any technical contests you won or did well in • List any leadership experiences • List any unusual learning experiences you have had in college that are not on your resume yet