To whom it may concern,
My name is Freya Dunne and I am a nineteen year old student.
I have just completed my Leaving Cert exams and am looking for work during the summer. I therefore will have free time and will be able to work flexible hours.
I have experience in dealing with customers and the public from my time working in a radio station and a politicians office. I have great team-work abilities, organisational skills, leadership skills, an enthusiastic and diligent work ethic and I strive to do the very best I can in every task. I have a strong dedication, motivation and optimism to any work I undertake. I have gained confidence from the activities I participated in. I am ambitious and always willing to learn.
I am available for any interviews or questions you may have for me and I really appreciate the time taken to read this C.V.
Thank you regardless,
Address: Killaminogue, Ballinhassig, Co. Cork
Mobile: 085 203 7612
Email: [email protected]
Date of Birth: 15/06/00
2005-2012 Mercy Convent Primary School, Naas, Co. Kildare
2012-2013 Ballyheada National School, Ballinhassig, Co. Cork
2013-2019 Coláiste Na Toirbhirte, Bandon, Co. Cork
Leaving Certificate (6 Honours, 1 Pass)
Subjects: English, Irish, Mathematics,
French, German, History, Business
Junior Certificate (10 Honours)
Winter 2016: 96FM Radio Station
Answered calls, given competition announcements, helped with the recording of ads.
Winter 2016: Jim Daly TD Office
Answered calls, organised booklets, wrote press releases, organised companies dealing with flooding issue etc.
Activities Participated in
Soroptimist Public Speaking Competition, Concern Debate Competitiom, Model United Nations , European Young Parliament, Public Access to Law Competition as barrister, UCC Munster Philosophical Debate, UCC Law Essay Writing
Rowing, Kilmacsimon , 2018: All Ireland gold medalist in team of four in U18 and U21, County and South West Champions.
I developed great social skills and teamwork abilities from rowing.
I gained valuable organisational skills from my work experience and have learned how to deal with the public.
I was the elected captain of my schools speech and debating club, this lead me to become much more dedicated and passionate for the things I do.
I also had to present strong leadership qualities.
My time spent involved in activities such as Model UN has strengthened my critical analysis skills. Barrister experience and presenting speeches boosted my confidence immensely.
All Ireland Accordian Medalist 2006 to 2011
Certificate in Food and Health Safety.
Certificate in European Computing Driving Licence.
Cetificate in First Aid.
References: Mary O’Donovan Colaiste na Toirbhirte, Jim Daly Office, 96FM Alma Malone.