“work” by Sean MacEntee is licensed under CC BY 2.0
BY RUTH BERAN and NATALIE POZDEEV
Last week we looked at our Career Advice Reports.
Did you send some messages? Get any responses? What did you do well? What could you improve in your approach? What can you do more of, or better?
How can we look for work experience, internships, work, volunteer opportunities?
Continue reading “Week 9: Finding work”
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Without a dedicated team of social media pros, it’s impossible to be active as a content producer (in an effective way) on *every* social media channel. So you need to choose the right ones for your content and your audience.
Continue reading “Week 6: Picking platforms”
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TOPIC: Applying for work experience
REFLECT: Do you have all of the tools you need to apply for work?
What works well?
What can be improved?
Continue reading “Week 6: Making a plan to get work experience”
“Typing on a Laptop” by danielfoster437 is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
BY RUTH BERAN
Professional phone calls
Finding the courage to make a professional phone call can be hard, but it is well worth the effort.
When you’ve applied for a job in the past has it been by email, online, phone, or in person? Have you ever called to speak to someone about a job before applying? What did you say? What questions did you ask? Did you get the job? Continue reading “Week 4: Professional visibility – contacts, calling and LinkedIn”