(EDITABLE) – FREE CV Templates For Graduate School
In building career in the business world, a well- written both professional and business Curriculum vitae, especially for Graduate student. Who just finished their study and want to start their journey in working environment. It’s the essential part, it could help you get a nice first impression in job interview and ultimately provide you a higher chance with the job offer you’re longing for. Employer or recruiters in the working world are looking for applicants that can successfully contribute to the company. Thus, you should make your own CV and designing the layout to make it appealing than the rest.
In this page, you are about to see our freshly designed template and these following templates offers an elegant yet casual approach to CV making. We have highlighted every sections with stunning colors to make your content more visible to read and the highlighted your qualification. It comes with the current company’s standard, and emphasize your skills, experiences and education through our perfectly made chronological format. This following design was not specifically designed for certain job position, so everyone can use this stunning template and get ready to rock your job interview.
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” below 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 next job interview? These following items could help you to point out which part that you are going to improve and for sure it will increase your chances on getting a job. Here they are:
- Research the company or industry
- Clarify your “selling points” and the reasons you want the job.
- Anticipate the interviewer’s concerns and reservations.
- Prepare for common interview questions.
- Practice the common interview question’s answer.
- Get on the same side as the interviewer.