Building a Profile to CV Level - Kloodle

Building a Profile to CV Level

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Kloodle has the ability to export a user’s profile into a CV format. You can either print off this version of the profile, save it as a PDF, or share it as a weblink.

In order to get a profile up to CV level, you have to complete the following sections of a profile: –

  1. Bio
  2. Education History
  3. Employment History
  4. Achievements

Bio

To get started with your bio: –

Log in to your profile

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Click on the “bio” tab. There will be a PowerPoint presentation that will provide an overview of how to write a good bio

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Click “Create Bio”

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Write your bio and click “Save”.

Education History

Next is your education history. To get started with this section, click the “Education” tab at the top of your profile

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Click “Add High School”, “Add College” or “Add Degree” depending upon the level of education you wish to add.

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Fill in the details in this section and click “Save”.

Employment History

Click the “Employment” tab at the top of your profile

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Click “New Experience”

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Fill in the details in this form and click “Save”

Achievements

Click on the “Achievements” tab at the top of your profile

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Click “New Achievement”

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Fill in the details in this section of your profile and click “Add Achievement”

Once you have finished these sections of your profile, you will have the basics of a “CV level profile” on Kloodle. You can then share this profile with a potential employer.

 

 

 

 

 

About Phillip Hayes

Co Founder and CEO of @kloodleUK, the social network for student employability and careers. Part time Matthew Hayden mimic. I am passionate about making a dent in education by embedding employers and employability.

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