I've looked at thousands of CVs over the years, sometimes several hundred for one job. The best of them always identified relevant strengths, and how those strengths were demonstrated/acquired. The vast majority of the CVs I had to wade through, gave only a chronological list of degrees/diplomas/work experience and made me work to find a reason to interview.
Read a few books about writing CVs. You may get an insight and ideas for constructing a non-chronological CV.
My advise is to tailor each CV for a specific job. Identify specifics they are looking for. Show you have relevant qualities - and a bit more. Show you have researched the Co. and why you want to work for them.
Don't forget generic qualities - the ability to get-on with others, leadership potential, track record of hard work & success. You may have excelled at sport/anything in school, was it a team, have you been team captain ? Think outside the box, your life experiences may demonstrate abilities and potential that are a lot more appealing than work experience.
Last, make the CV easy to read, and capture attention early on. Print it on a good quality clean paper. Make absolutely certain there are no spelling or grammatical errors, or, no lies/errors about qualifications, grades, or any other claim you make.
Good luck with the interviews !