June 24, 2011 in Professional Enhancement
Careers & Employment is presenting the “Employment Group for Grads” program.
The program will take place over two days
Experience one of the most effective means of finding work in a highly interactive and supportive group environment. This is an intensive job seeking program where you will practise and apply various job search techniques for sourcing opportunities, applying for jobs successfully and being effective at interviews.
To be eligible you will need to:
- be an undergraduate Commerce student who is seeking work
- have completed your study between November 2010 and July 2011
- have an employment goal ( if you are very confused then you should schedule career a consultation appointment and do some research)
- can commit to attend from 9:00am – 4:00 pm on the two days of the program (Tuesday 19 July and Wednesday 20 July) and are willing to complete any homework required
- be ready to conduct intensive job searches.
How to book
If you meet all of the above criteria please send a statement which includes:
- why you want to participate in the two day program
- what sort of work you are looking for
- an outline what you have done up to date for your job seeking.
- send us a copy of your most recent professional resumé (we are not assessing these, just getting some information on your background).
Attendance is FREE!
Places are limited for those meeting all the criteria and will be on a first-in basis until all places have been filled. We will confirm if you have been accepted into the program via email.
Please email your documents to email@example.com
Commerce Employment Group for Grads
Tuesday 19 July - Wednesday 20 July 2011
9:00am – 4:00pm
Alan Gilbert Theatre 3, Room 121,
Level 1, Alan Gilbert Building, Grattan St.
Feedback from the February 2011 program
“I valued this program highly and have set up a strategic plan in terms of entering the workforce.”
“I feel much more confident and well equipped in my job searching. Thank you!”
“Good for optimism levels. Nice to know that others are going through the same process.”