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Drama Planning 10 - Jobs Unit

It's time to find a job, but how do you know which jobs are right for you?

In this unit, you will learn about employability skills, build your job portfolio (which includes a resume and cover letter), and learn about the application and interview processes.

You will be working on a variety of activities in this unit of study.  See you teacher for specific details. 

Where do you start?

  • Check Library and Community Center bulletin boards.
  • Talk with family members or friends' families? Perhaps there is an opening where they work? Or, they know of an opportunity that might be of interest.
  • Look through the Classified Ads in the Newspapers.

USEFUL WEBSITES

Job Searching Online
Note:  You will be using these websites to complete the assignment activities prescribed by your classroom teacher.
**Please do not apply for any jobs on these sites at this time.**

Volunteer Opportunities

Resumes & Cover Letters

Self-Assessment - What skills do I have?   What career would be the best fit for me?
These sites are also posted on the Templeton Career Centre page.

Career Planning - Long Term Goals


For more information on résumés, cover letters, and preparing for an interview,
search VSB LIBRARY​ 
for books such as:

  • What Color is your parachute? 2015 [371.4 BOL]
  • Knock 'em Dead Resumes by Martin Yate [650.14 YAT]
  • Knock 'em Dead Cover Letters by Martin Yate [808 YAT]
  • The Resume Catalog by Yana Parker [ 650.14 PAR]
  • Gallery of Best Resumes
  • Professional Resume and Job Search Guide
  • How to Write a Winning Resume
  • The Everything Job Interview Book
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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