Career Assistance Program

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Elarie Consulting's Career Assistance Program

Elarie Consulting is proud to announce a brand new Career Assistance Program to help empower even the youngest job seekers. The purpose of this program is to provide assistance to high school students in achieving their career goals and aspirations, and engage students in activities they will be performing in the real world. This program includes guidance and assistance on resume writing and design, cover letter creation, and mock interviews. Throughout several sessions, students will learn about best practices for resume writing, cover letter creation, networking, how to apply for jobs, how to prepare for an interview and how to answer the most commonly asked interview questions.

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Overview of the Career Assistance Program

 

Session 1
Resume Writing

  • Identify a career path for each student to use throughout the sessions to build their resumes
  • Construct educational and work experiences (as applicable) to describe accomplishments and
  • contributions using action verbs
  • Identify transferrable skills that can be used to illustrate those skills needed for specific job
  • activities
  • Understand the appropriate applications for objective statements
  • Design basic but effective resumes and cover letters

Session 2
Job Searching & Networking

  • Knowledge to construct an effective Cover Letter or Introduction Email
  • Basic skills to approach recruiters via email, phone or at job fairs
  • Knowledge to construct an effective LinkedIn page
  • Knowledge of how to utilize LinkedIn to build their professional network throughout their
    professional or educational career
  • Understanding of the job application process, including Equal Opportunity Employment

Session 3
Interviewing

  • Knowledge of what to wear to an interview including colors, patterns, clothing types
  • Basic grooming skills including hair, nails, perfume/cologne and make-up
  • Understanding of what to bring to an interview
  • Knowledge of interview etiquette including arrival time, what to do in case of emergency or if you
    are lost
  • Creation of an Elevator Pitch for each student
  • Understanding of how to answer some of the most common interview questions

Session 4
Mock Interview Exam

  • Have a functional understanding of the logistics of an interview
  • Have experience interviewing with a recruiter
  • Understand the best practices for resume writing, job searching, networking and interviewing

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Our program is a 4 day seminar - spread over the course of 1 month. Each course is approximately 2.5 hours long. Please keep this in mind when letting us know when you are most interested in having us conduct the Career Assistance Program (CAP).