Job searching can be vexing experience if you do not have that much working background to support your CV. However, this should not be a reason to doubt about your skills! Know-how does not have just to come from traditional professional jobs. Many of your soft skills the recruiter will value come from many different tiny experiences you have done during your.
One example could be the participation in a student association during your university. Being part of an organization is useful to develop team working aptitude and leadership skills. Moreover, if you took part of a fundraising for sponsoring an event you are showing to recruiters an orientation for organization and practicality.
Volunteering helps establishing an interesting ground for conversation during the interview, as well. In this case, you can demonstrate your commitment to the cause, your social awareness and our adaptability to different situation and people.
Administrating a personal blog or public Facebook page on a particular topic show the recruiters your organization, your creativity, your compelling writing skills and the potential you have for the interaction with a vast audience. Be aware that the blog should relate somehow to the job position you are applying to, or at least it should not be a mere satirical blog.
These are just some examples on how non-working-related experiences can come in hand when facing the firsts job searches. All in all, it is always useful to demonstrate that your life outside the workspace contribute to your potential value for the company.