(EDITABLE) – FREE CV Templates For Engineering Students
Are you an engineering student who just graduated from university? And do you want to write your own Curriculum Vitae? It’s a great objective. You should write your own and decide which format you are going to go for. Strong CVs are able to point out and provides good information for the employer, so they can scan your qualification through your organized CV and only takes a couple of minutes to finish. Those CV will brings your another opportunity to get a good first impression and higher chances for being accepted by the employer.
Your application will stand a better chance of being selected for the engineering intern position if you begin your CV with a compelling career objective that shows the employer that you are a perfect match for the job. To support your ideas, you need a good format to be able to show your selling points off. Like these following templates, you can use these following Reverse-Chronological template, it has a good format to start your career in engineering field. It was highlighted into six parts, from writing down your personal information, to your most recent skills and best achievements.
If you want to use this template design as your CV design, you only need to scroll down the page, move your mouse pointer onto the “Download Button” above this paragraph, wait for a second and new Google drive page will appear, then click the download icon (Drop-down Arrow) on the top right section and your download will be started shortly. As a reminder, our template has AI file extension, and compressed into a single Zip file and there are six different types of colors templates, so you can match them with your personal preference.
Want some tips for your upcoming job interview?
Take a note on these following tips and tricks, and get ready to jaw dropping the recruiter. As follows,
- Doing research on the company. (Value, Mission, Vision, Culture, and so on)
- Make a good impression in the first five minutes.
Some studies told that interviewers make up their minds about candidates in the first five minutes of the interview, and the rest of the time, they will spend their time only to confirm that you are going to be able to get through the gate? Come with lots of preparation as well as enthusiasm, really gives you a better pace to express your selling point to the interviewer.