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    CV for 15 year old
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    • 20th Aug 12, 6:58 PM
    CV for 15 year old 20th Aug 12 at 6:58 PM
    My daughter is going to start looking for part time work (weekends as she is still at school) and is not sure what to put in her CV. Here is what she has done so far.....

    DOB **/**/****
    Personal Statement
    I am a quick learner and enjoy working as part of a team. I am friendly and reliable. I enjoy meeting new people and am a respectful person. I enjoy hard work and am always helpful. I can take instruction, but also am self motivated and can use my own initiative.
    2008-present ................ School, ...............
    • Speech and Drama – level 1,2 and 3 merit,merit,distinction
    • Sports Leader qualification
    GCSE’s to date (predicted or modules taken)
    • Maths A
    • English Language A and B
    • English Literature A
    • Science A*
    • Religious Studies A
    • Dance B
    • P.E. A*
    • French A
    • Geography A
    • I.T.
    I am currently studying for my full GCSE’s, but have completed some modules already. I am also working towards the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze award.
    Work Experience
    Y10 – 2 weeks at ********** Primary School working with the Nursery class helping children with work, preparing for lessons, photocopying and filing.
    I volunteer for a local Rainbows group, which involves interaction with girls aged 5-7. It is hard work but enjoyable. I enjoy lots of sports and have represented my school in both netball and hockey teams. I really enjoy dancing. I attend tap and ballet dancing lessons. I find it’s a great way to be part of a team, meet people and learn new skills, as well as a great way to keep healthy. I enjoy socialising with friends. I love music and enjoy attending concerts.

    We would appreciate any feedback. Thanks
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