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Personal information    
Surname(s) / First name(s)  Chrétien, Jean-Jacques
Address(es)  1409, Diamond Road, LE1 MN3, Leicester, England
Telephone(s)  +44 12 34 56 78 90Mobile: + 44 12 34 56 78 90
Fax(es)  +44 12 34 56 78 90
E-mail(s)  jjc@example.com
Nationality(-ies)  British
Date of birth  8.12.1976
Gender  Male
Desired employment / Occupational field  Intern (Political Party)
Work experience   
Dates  From June 2006 to July 2007
Occupation or position held  Intern (Student Body Political Society)
Main activities and responsibilities  I worked in the Communcations department. My primary duties were in the press and research areas. I assembled press kits, studied different media outlets such as television, newspaper, and radio. I also assisted with other press and research projects whenever needed. I also performed minor tasks in other departments as well, these ranged from handling various campaign donations (monetary and non-monetary), and sorting campaign mail. I worked on average 10 to 20 hours a week.
Name and address of employer  Leicester Manor Political Council, 125 Prancer Court, Leicester LE1 MN3, England
Type of business or sector  Government / Political
Dates  From January 2005 to July 2005
Occupation or position held  Activist
Main activities and responsibilities  Here I protested and performed various campaigning activities. These activities ranged from creating, designing, and crafting a variety of bulletin boards, brochures, and campaigning signs. Although a vast majority of my time was spent performing routine office activities (taking calls, etc.), I never passed up a chance to work in the field. I worked with teenagers and officials to help decrease the juvenile crime rate. I volunteered here for 10 to 15 hours a week.
Name and address of employer  UK Juvenile Courts Division, 237 Washington Street, Leicester LE1 MN3, England
Type of business or sector  Government / Political
Education and training   
Dates  From August 1999 to December 2003
Title of qualification awarded  International Baccalaureate
Principal subjects / occupational skills covered  Political Science, Advanced Political Studies
Name and type of organisation providing education and training  University Name
Level in national or international classification  Level 5
Personal skills and competences  
Mother tongue(s)  French
Other language(s)  
Self-assessment  UnderstandingSpeakingWriting 
European level  ListeningReadingSpoken interactionSpoken production  
Spanish  C2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserB1Independent UserB2Independent UserB2Independent User 
English  A1Basic User A2Basic UserA1Basic User A1Basic UserA2Basic User  
Social skills and competences  I have encountered a variety of social situations and have handled them perfectly. As an intern, I have shown that I can listen to others, as well as show empathy and respect for their views. I approach social situations with confidence, and are others trust me and often come to me for advice.
Organisational skills  I have shown my organizational skills as a student, and an intern when setting personal and academic goals for myself and meeting them.
Technical skills and competences   As a student political worker I operated a variety of office machines: printers, copiers, fax machines, computers and other equipment. I have performed troubleshooting as well as minor maintenance on these machines as well. As an activist I also operated a variety of media equipment such as camcorders and digital cameras.
Computer skills and competences  I have excellent skills with Apple Mac computers and operating systems. Although I am not a regular user of the Microsoft Suite, I have used it on occasion, are comfortable when performing the basics. My Internet with the internet is fairly advanced as when I am not in class, I am browsing the internet researching headlines and important international issues.
Artistic skills and competences  In addition to focusing on my political studies, I also enjoy crafting. I fell in love with the crafting as a teenager and I have been building since then. I have built birdhouses, chairs, desks, loft beds, and a variety other items. I plan to someday improve my crafting skills so that I may open a small carpenter's shop of my own.
Other skills and competences  I have acquired a great amount of transferable skills from my internships and volunteer work ranging from public speaking, leading and persuasion skills. I also work well independently have been told I am a very reliable and trustworthy person.
Driving licence(s)  Class B
Additional information  Member of Political Leaders of Tomorrow (PLT)
   Ms. F. Coutfield, State Representative, UK Government Building, 6532 Pillow Street, Leicester LE1 MN3
   Phone: +44 12 34 56 78, Email: fcoutard@example.com
   Mr. Q. Huguelet, Director, Local Political Council, 237 Mahogoney Circle, Leicester LE1 MN3
   Phone: +44 12 34 56 78, Email: qh@example.com
Annexes  None.