It takes an application, that stands out and one that is targeted the specific job. The challenge is that your application must be concrete and personal. This require you to spend time on research, because most often the job post doesn’t give you enough information to work with.
During this workshop you’ll get concrete tips and knowledge about how to write a good application and on what information you should be looking for.
The workshop will be facilitated by career adviser Sanne Mattebjerg, and it will be a mixture of instructions and exercises based on your own material. There will also be plenty of opportunities to ask questions. Sanne will not give individual feedback on applications.
Please prepare for the workshop by finding a job you would like to apply for and do the necessary research beforehand, e.g. by calling them and asking relevant questions about the job.
Please bring your computer.
If you have signed up for the workshop, but are unable to attend, please remember to cancel so someone else can get your seat. If you don’t attend and haven’t cancelled, we will charge you with a no-show fee.
There will be breakfast from 8:45 and coffee and tea during the whole workshop.
The workshop is one out of five workshops targeted students, graduates and members who have completed their studies within two years.
The other workshops are:
Pinpoint your skills, 21. May, 9-12 am, arr.nr 331843
How to make a great CV, 29. May, 9-12 am, arr.nr 331844
Cover letter - do’s and don’ts, 4. June, 9-12 am, arr.nr. 331845
Networking – your shortcut to a job, 11. June, 9-12 am, arr.nr. 331846
Tips and tricks for unsolicited job search, 18. June, 9-12 am, arr.nr 331847
When you register for this workshop, you agree that IDA's organizers can send you emails with relevant content before and after the event.