College graduate CV template - CV Template Master

College graduate CV template

If you're fresh out of school, college or university, you won't have quite as much information to put on your CV. Sections such as your 'personal profile' and 'activities' help to fill out your CV and give potential employers a good idea of what you can do. This simple CV template is the ideal starting point to creating an impressive graduate CV when you don't have a lot of experience to include.

CV template details:

  • CV ref: #75
  • File size: 30 kB
  • File format: .docx (Microsoft Word
  • File name: college-graduate-resume.docx
  • Fonts: Cambria
  • Price: Free download
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About this CV template:

When your CV's a bit short on experience, other sections become more important. This clean, simple CV template has space for your personal profile and activities, giving you the opportunity to tell your would-be employer more about yourself.

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How to create a draft CV 

Creating a draft CV is one of the best ways to ensure your final completed CV is to the highest quality. A draft will allow you to focus on what you feel is important for a prospective job, and make it easier for you to filter out irrelevant information.

Here’s a short guide on how to create a draft CV…

Jot down a title for each section 

Once you’ve chosen a CV template you are now ready to create a structure that will allow you to begin drafting down some information and ideas. Grab a pen and paper and write down this list of sections and begin to add notes under each one.

For example, underneath the ‘skills’ section you can begin to draft down everything you’ve ever learnt. Once you’ve got a list you can then begin to cross out the irrelevant information. Remember, it’s important to only keep information which is important to the role/industry you’re applying for.


Your draft copy will allow you to brainstorm and throw anything you want onto the page. Some of what you write in the draft will not make the final copy, but it’s important to realise that if you didn’t brainstorm you’d probably miss out on something which could make or break your CV.

Jot down anything that pops into your head, no matter how silly it may seem. You just might find that when you begin to pick out the best stuff you find a little gem that makes it into your final CV.

Go back to the start and filter out the best information 

Once you’ve filled out each section in draft form you can now go back to the start and analyse each section. This will give you the chance to cross out what you don’t need and leave all the best parts ready for when you feel the time is right to type up your final CV.

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