Thanks for the all the advice!!!
I know I need to be brief, but sometimes it feels like I'm coming across as incomplete or something. I really wasn't sure how "wordy" you could go with a CV vs. a resume. I do have a resume by the way, so maybe I could just elaborate on it a tiny bit.
I'm definitely gonna go with putting a few of my classes since I really don't have a lot of past jobs to speak of. This is for an internship with an agricultural research company (The Land Instititute, in case you're curious) and I'll be doing a lot of the down-and-dirty field work for their research projects. It's just a temporary job and I would think
most applicants would be like me.
My cover letter is a whole other thing I got to do too. What kind of key words are ya'll referring to? I always just end up saying the same old "I"m a hard working, self-motivated, etc. etc...." which is true, but maybe over done.
And then he says to talk about my interests when I was always told it was more important to talk about what you
can do for them.
It is an internship, so it's probably a little different.
AND, I'm supposed to just email it to him, so no colored paper
I'll see what I come up with, Thanks again!