New in this and need some samples of C.V. Any help?
Thread poster: Silvina Morelli

Silvina Morelli
English to Spanish
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Jun 20, 2004

Hi!!! I´m new in this and would need some samples of C.V. Any help? thanks! silvinamorelli@datamarkets.com.ar

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2004-06-20 19:06]


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
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English to German
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Moving the thread... Jun 20, 2004

...to Getting established.

 

Özden Arıkan  Identity Verified
Germany
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Member
English to Turkish
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Hi Silvina, Jun 20, 2004

You may take a look at this site below:

http://resume.monster.ca/

But I believe you will find many more useful tips if you make a search in the forums, with the keyword "resumé," for instance.

And... how about taking a peek at the resumés of site members?icon_smile.gif

Best of luck!!


 

GoodWords  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 20:50
Spanish to English
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Thousands of translator CVs at ProZ Jun 20, 2004

Xola wrote:

And... how about taking a peek at the resumés of site members?icon_smile.gif



To emphasize Xola's suggestion: Many translators have a CV at the bottom of their ProZ profile. Click on anyone's name to see their profile. If they have a link at the bottom that says "Download CV/Resume" then you can view their CV. Note that you don't necessarily have to right-click and download; you may simply open the CV by left-clicking normally if you wish.

You might be particularly interested in CVs of translators in your language pairs. You can find them by pulling down the "Directory" menu (at the top of the page) and selecting "Freelancers". There you can do searches for translators in the language pairs that you specify. If you wish, you can also refine the search further by specifying a particular country.

The "monster" site suggested by Xola has lots of good tips. In particular, you can see a makeover of a translator's resume: http://resume.monster.ca/makeovers/ndouceur/.
The site also has some particular CV advice for freelancers, who are looking for clients, not an employer: http://resume.monster.ca/dilemmas/needaresume/

[Edited at 2006-03-14 16:06]


 

Jenny Lu  Identity Verified
China
Local time: 09:50
English to Chinese
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digging proz Mar 27, 2005

GoodWords wrote:

Xola wrote:

And... how about taking a peek at the resumés of site members?icon_smile.gif



To emphasize Xola's suggestion: Many translators have a CV at the bottom of their ProZ profile. Click on anyone's name to see their profile. If they have a link at the bottom that says "Download CV/Resume" then you can view their CV. Note that you don't necessarily have to right-click and download; you may simply open the CV by left-clicking normally if you wish.

You might be particularly interested in CVs of translators in your language pairs. You can find them by pulling down the "Directory" menu (at the top of the page) and selecting "Freelancers". There you can do searches for translators in the language pairs that you specify. If you wish, you can also refine the search further by specifying a particular country.



Totally agree! That's exactly what I did for the last few days. I got really inspired by some of CVs posted at proz, and I hope you will too.


 


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