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Hello guys,

 

This is my first time attempting to make a CV and i always thought that it was something like stablished but when I start looking for CV's online THEY ARE ALL DIFFERENT! So I am confused now, what should I do? how should my CV look like?

 

Here is some info about me:

 

I am studying informatic engeneering, and I want to apply as an intern to a game studio in Caracas, Venezuela called Teravision Games.

 

I have done some courses about logic and programming, technical services, basic electronic and social media.

 

I am also working with an online team as a level desginer for a Tower Defense game, I have worked for a catering company as a marketing assistant.

 

Can you guys give me like templates or something like that to make a good CV? or at least point me on the right direction?

 

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There are different conventions based on your location in the world.

 

I don't know what employers in Venezuela expect.

 

Typically there is a section for your employment history and the projects you completed while employed in reverse chronological order (newest first). There is also typically a section for your education. Sometimes another section for personal projects related to work. In some regions academic scores are listed. In some regions some biographical information about your family or a picture is typically included, although in many countries it is not included due to discrimination concerns.

 

In our industry experienced people may start with a section listing completed game credit titles as a quick summary. 

 

 

As a general rule, keep it visually simple. Plain black and white, business-like fonts. Perhaps your name in 18 point font, perhaps section titles in 14 point, perhaps the standard print in 10 point. Or whatever fits for your page.

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