Join our workshop focused on crafting impactful CVs and cover letters that land job interviews! Tailoring your CV to the specific job you're applying for is crucial. However, many students and first-time job seekers struggle to create a CV that effectively presents their relevant competencies. We're here to help you crack the code and increase your chances of getting more job interviews!
Crafting a standout and targeted cover letter requires research, as job posts often lack sufficient information. In our workshop, we provide guidance and tools to help you create outstanding CVs and cover letters. Our goal is to highlight your unique competencies and enhance your chances of success.
Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your job search skills. Join us and learn how to create a tailored CV and a standout cover letter that grabs employers' attention. Crack the code and open doors to more job interviews!
The seminar will be facilitated by two of IDAs career advisers, and it will be a mixture of theory, tools and exercises. It is our experience, that the best output of the workshops is, when our participants comment, ask questions and are getting involved. So we hope, that you will do the same. The webinar will be conducted in English, but you don't need to speak English yourself. If you have any questions during the session, feel free to write them in Danish in the chat.
If you have signed up for the seminar, but are unable to attend, please remember to cancel so someone else can get your online spot.
The seminar is part of our "Uni to Job" universe, targeted for students, graduates and members who have completed their studies within the past two years. The titels of the workshops are: Pinpoint your skills, CV and Cover letter, Networking - the best hack for your job search, Tips and tricks for unsolicited job search, The Job Interview, First job around the corner – how to prepare, and Find motivation.
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