Congratulations on creating a draft of your CV! This document will help you present yourselfprofessionally to potential employers, admissions officers, scholarship committees, and otherdecision-makers.
In this lesson, you created a draft of yourCV using a template in Google Docs. First, you chose a template that suited yourpersonal style or the opportunity you are applying for.
Then you replaced the template text with your information.
You added your own Contact Information,Experience, And education.
You decided which sections of the template to fill in, change, or delete to fit yourneeds. You made a lot of excellent progress, andthe most important parts of your CV are complete. However, this is just a draft.
Before submitting your CV for a job or school, there are a few steps left to complete:First, make sure each section of the template is filled in completely.
Proofread your CV closely to correct any spelling or grammatical errors.
Likewise, even though templates are very helpful guides, they cannot guarantee that formattingor spacing errors won’t occur. Be sure to correct any inconsistencies in the layoutof your CV, such as missing bullets or differences in font style.
Consider sharing your CV with a friend, family member, or classmate so they can give youadditional feedback.
Anytime you want to work on your CV, find it in Google Drive, where it is saved automatically.
Go to Google.com, and sign in to your Google account.
Then, find the CV in your Drive. Or type the file name into the search bar.
Open the file and continue working on your CV.
Congratulations on starting your CV. You are on your way to achieving your professional,educational, or personal goals!