Potential employers use the resume to make an initial assessment of your skills, which can possibly lead to an interview. Consider your resume to be your sales tool. This one sheet of paper needs to convince the employer that you, out of all the candidates, deserve a job interview. Along with the content, the appearance of your resume should be neat and professional.
This workshop provides trainees with tips and skills used to get prepared to pass an interview successfully. Different types of interviews will be examined, and time will be given for role-plays and activities to demonstrate gained knowledge.
Job search is a process that involves diligent research, exploration, follow up, and a pinch of creativity. Job seekers who depend solely on responding to announced vacancies are setting themselves for disappointment. Statistics show that around 20% of all available jobs are announced whereas the remaining 80% constitute what is called the hidden job market. In this invisible arena, employers choose not to announce the jobs to avoid the hustles of advertising and the massive applications and résumés that they get a result. Alternatively, recruiters utilize more effective means of identifying and selecting talent.
UCCD Commerce is highly interested in Graduate Studies for its students with sholarship opportunities through briding the gap between the students and the sholarship providers.
The career planning workshop provides information and activities to help you understand and apply the career planning process.