2 Education: Write what form you are in and give the necessary information about the name and address of your school / lyceum / gymnasium.
3 Work experience: If you have had any summer or Saturday jobs, describe them. Stress what you achieved and what you learnt.
4 Position of responsibility: If you don't have work experience, this section can show employers your potential. Write what confidence you've been to, what projects you've done what competitions you've taken part in.
5 Skills: Indicate what you are good at (e.g. languages / maths / computers . Be positive about your ability. Never undersell your
6 Interests: Stress any significant achievement related to your interests. Don't just list you" interests; add a few details.
Education 2000-2006 Royal Latin School. Bedford. Completed the fifth form
Babysat for the neighbours' family. Looking after a seven-year-old girl demonstrated my ability to remain calm and resourceful. Invented lots of new games.
Office Junior Assistant
Received telephone calls, made photocopies. Proved my ability to be punctual and careful.
Positions of responsibility
Helped to organise a conference for all students at our school this year called "My Future Profession".
Good knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Working knowledge of French and Spanish.
Music: Guitar player in a semi-professional band. Theatre: Member of the school amateur (любительский) drama theatre.