International students – How to make your job application stand out

Do you know how to highlight your skills and stand out in a crowd? International students are invited to this session to learn how to get noticed both on paper and in an interview.

About the session - How to make your application stand out

Soft skills are just as important as academic performance.

It's very important that you know how to differentiate yourself with others and demonstrate your unique skills to the potential employers what you can bring to the role.

If you are struggling on how to elaborate on your experience in a job application or interview, this is the session for you.

Come learn what the most in-demand soft skills your next employer looking for and how to write a job application that says you are the perfect candidate from the leading recruiters.

What you will learn?

  • How to identify your own strength
  • How to elaborate your strength on resume and during an interview

Meet the Speaker:

Vae Lemauga - Branch Manager - Early Childhood, Randstad

Vae has over 18 years experience in recruitment working directly for recruitment agencies across multiple white collar disciplines including logistic, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, business support and most recently in the Education sector. Her experience managing job applications over the years puts her in a great position to be able to offer you solutions on how to stand out in any candidate market.

Event details

Date: Wednesday 6 July 2022
Time: 1:15pm-2:15pm
Location: Online and City campus (RMIT Job Shop, Building 10, Level 4, Room 71)

Registration

Please note, this session is only open to international students.

This initiative has been made possible by funding from the Victorian Government through Study Melbourne.

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