2 years ago

When:
19 April, 2016

Location:
New Moot Court (SS 232)

Organised by:
Law Students Association


Cover letters are meant to convey your personality, enthusiasm and professional strengths. Successful resumes are visually powerful and contain the most relevant content to showcase your skills and experience for the specific job.

The best overall applications are tailored and targeted to the specific job and employer. The ultimate success is to have the employer read your application and be immediately impressed and excited to invite you to the next step in the process.

Unfortunately, most job applications are caught in the large middle ‘Maybe’ pile. Not strong enough to move straight to ‘Yes’, but just enough quality to stay out of ‘No’. It is easy to get lost in the middle. With a few key changes, you can dramatically improve your chances to land in the ‘Yes’ category and be invited to continue in the process.

This workshop will help you:

Understand the application process and the recruiter experience
Pick up specific tips to improve your cover letters and resumes
Make the best possible on-paper impression
Come join us for a session that will help take your existing cover letters and resumes to the next level and help present the best you to future employers!

Hosted by the La Trobe Law Students' Association and the La Trobe Law School.

Presented by Kris Young.

Kris Young is an experienced career management professional who has worked with thousands of professionals and students to achieve career success. In her current role she is the People & Culture/Psychology Manager with an investment and advisory firm in the Melbourne CBD.

Over the past 12 years Kris has worked in HR Consulting, as well as held Careers Services roles within US and Australian Universities. From 2008-2012 she oversaw all career services for La Trobe Law School where she helped law students think about their future career goals and put together successful and impactful applications that secured interviews for internship, vacation and graduate roles.

Date: Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: New Moot Court (SS 232)

For further information please contact:

Genevieve Yarak
Director of Careers
La Trobe Law Students Association
Email: careers@latrobelsa.com