Blank LinkedIn Profile Template (ESL)

ESL Level: Intermediate+

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Writing a LinkedIn profile can be a great way for students to practicing writing about their soft skills and experience. Also, it can help them network and get a job.

This is a basic template that students can use to practice writing a LinkedIn profile.

Firstly, to familiarize your students with LinkedIn, I recommend the below resources:

1) An Introduction to LinkedIn

2) An article about how to build a killer profile.

3) An article about how to design your profile if you are unemployed.

I also showed the students some good and bad profiles (e.g. several summaries, titles) to get them more familiar with profile-building.

When they are ready, you can have them write their own profiles on the template below. Once you have helped them revise it, naturally, they can create their own account and build a real one.


LinkedIn profile template


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3 comments on “Blank LinkedIn Profile Template (ESL)

  1. Austin Stewart (Posted on 3-7-2022 at 05:47) Reply

    Austin Stewart
    Smart, hardworking, and trustworthy student that does well in class and does not act up. I like playing games, sleep, and playing sports. I’ve gotten plenty A honor awards up to 7th grade. I’ve never been held back in school or failed.

    I would like to play in the NBA for
    NOLA Pelicans
    3/7/22 – 12/1/27,

  2. gosentence (Posted on 8-21-2023 at 07:12) Reply

    This is a great template for ESL students!

  3. Yousef turki alaufi (Posted on 9-24-2023 at 14:40) Reply

    Name: yousef turki alaufi
    Professional Headline: Innovator in Aeronautical Engineering Focused on Sustainable Aviation Solutions

    Profile Summary:
    An enthusiastic and detail-oriented aeronautical engineer with a passion for creating sustainable solutions in the aviation industry. Skilled in aircraft design, analysis, and prototype development. Strong background in utilizing advanced software and simulation tools to optimize aircraft performance, fuel efficiency, and reduce environmental impact.

    Work Experience:
    1. Design Engineer at GACA (2017 – Present):
    – Collaborated with a multidisciplinary team to design and develop a hybrid-electric propulsion system for a regional aircraft, resulting in a significant reduction in carbon emissions.
    – Conducted structural analysis and testing to ensure compliance with rigorous safety standards, contributing to the successful FAA certification of the aircraft.

    2. Research Assistant at AeroLab Research Institute (2015 – 2017):
    – Assisted in wind tunnel testing and data analysis for a project focused on assessing the aerodynamic performance and stability of a new wing configuration.
    – Conducted research on the integration of renewable energy technologies into aircraft, exploring potential applications of solar power and regenerative braking systems.

    – Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering, UJ University, 2015
    – Master of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering, Harvard University, 2017

    Key Skills:
    – Aircraft Design and Analysis
    – Aerodynamics and Flight Dynamics
    – Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
    – Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Simulation
    – Electric and Hybrid Propulsion Systems
    – Project Management and Team Collaboration

    – Certified SolidWorks Professional (CSWP)
    – Advanced Course in Aircraft Noise Reduction Strategies
    – FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot License

    – Recipient of the Aerospace Innovator Scholarship (2014)
    – Published research on “Performance Optimization of Hybrid-Electric Propulsion for Small Aircraft” in the Journal of Aeronautical Engineering (2017)

    Contact Information:
    – Email:
    – Phone: 0599300999

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