(Original post by threeportdrift)
Don't bother. You don't have a professional profile and anything to do with ambitions etc should be in a covering letter. Just start with your Education, then Employment, then Interests.
I agree with this.
I've seen quite a few CVs and the intro's can be cheesy and lame.
'I am a hardworking keen individual, I enjoy team work but can work well on my own. I am bubbly, outgoing and friendly. I work well under pressure and am not afraid of hard work'
No disrespect to anyone who has something like that on their CV. I am not an employer so really my opinion means nothing. But I am sure alot of people write similar things and you want to stand out not look the same as everyone else.
I would leave the intro part out of a CV.
Always send a covering letter as this is the best opportunity to sell yourself.
A good CV is straight forward, to the point, clear and factual. I wouldn't mention interests unless the are really relevant to the job. I don't have my interests on my CV as I am sure gambling, smoking, binge drinking and partying would not impress potential employers.