Resumes and Cover Letters are a collection of your education, skills, and experiences, but more importantly, they can be the first impression you leave with a company and your chance to show an employer how you fit with a job or opportunity. Your resumes and cover letters should be concise and tailored to every position you apply for and kept current with your latest activities. All Connectees within our program will be expected to have a resume and if you need assistance we are partnered with great organizations that can help you. There are also online and in person resources available to assist you with resume and cover letter help.
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Department of Advanced Education, Skills, and Labour – Their Employment Centres and Employment Options offices are located throughout the province where you can talk with local staff about job search in your region and receive one-on-one assistance. There are also free presentations on their website you can view to get started.
Employment Options has locations in St. John’s, Grand Falls-Windsor, and Corner Brook to help EI eligible (Employment Insurance) job seekers with their career needs while also working with employers to meet their employment goals.
Career Development at Memorial University – Many universities and colleges offer career and resume assistance to student and alumni, check with your institution for details. In NL, Career Development at Memorial University has posted a Resume & Cover Letter guide on their website that anyone can access.
AXIS Career Services, Association for New Canadians – AXIS Careers offers assistance to immigrants, refugees, and international newcomers and students, as well as assisting employers looking to hire international talent. They have online and in person resources available, with offices located across the province.
The Truth about Resumes webinar (May 27, 2020)
Video Resumes webinar (Sep. 30, 2020)