If you are thinking about a new internship, it is important that you have a complete, relevant and strong CV to send to your future employer. But how do you make a good CV? To help you on your way to a (sustainable) internship, we give you 5 tips for a good CV:
- Use a professional format that makes your resume structured and organized. Tip: Canva Has lots of (free) templates to choose from! They are super easy to fill out and use
Tip: Canva Has lots of (free) templates to choose from! They are super easy to fill out and use
- Make a short summary about you as a student and what gives you energy! Tip: add this to your LinkedIn profile as well.
- Don't forget to show your personality! Your CV should reflect you as a potential new intern. So put your interests, hobbies, volunteer work on your resume as well.
- Provide more insight into your previous experiences. Under your work experience, you can include a brief summary of projects/events you helped with, training/courses you may have taken, or published materials you can share.
- Share more about your degree program(s)! In addition to what period you studied, please indicate your major, minor, and any activities that keep you busy in addition to your studies. You can also choose to add the title of your thesis if you are already at that point of course.