What skills and experience do you have?
Think about the skills and experience you have gained through your academic studies, achievements, extra-curricular activities, gap year experience, interests, personal life, sport, voluntary work and work experience.
Remember that skills can be transfered from one context to another - so the communication skills you developed through answering telephone queries at HMV will be put to good use when liaising with contractors in your role as graduate project engineer.
Find out here what skills you have to offer.
It's not enough just to say you have skills. Can you provide evidence of your skills?
If you haven't already done so, see Take a look at yourself for tools you can use to assess your skills.
Also check out What skills have you developed from your job? for details of skills sought by a variety of employers.
Combine your skills and evidence on the Career options grid. This information will be vital when demonstrating your skills to employers in a CV, application form or cover letter, and at an interview or assessment centre.