1 year ago

15 March, 2017


Organised by:
UNSW Engineering Society

Don't know the difference between a resume and cover letter? Don't know how to write one? Don't know how to capture the eyes of your potential employers with a stand out resume? Don't worry because RSE (Real Skills Education) has got you covered with their Resume and Cover letter writing workshop. This interactive workshop will teach you everything about resume and cover letter writing. In addition, the representatives from RSE will even be able to proofread and critique your resumes. Learn to make a great resume with RSE to help you land that job that you've always wanted!

Date: Wednesday 15th March
Time: 2-4 pm
Location: Law Room 163

Photos will be taken at the event for promotional use, so if you don’t want to be photographed, just let us know!
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----------------------------ABOUT US----------------------------
Founded in 2011, the UNSW Engineering Society (EngSoc) is the leading engineering society officially endorsed by the UNSW Faculty of Engineering, as well as Arc (UNSW’s umbrella student organisation). As the only constituent engineering society, our member base consists of all students in the nine schools of the UNSW Faculty of Engineering.

We aim to develop capable, well-rounded engineering graduates, with strong extracurricular involvement and industry knowledge. Each and every year, we're excited to bring students bigger and better events ranging from our social events to something that will give you a kick-start to your career

---------------ABOUT REAL SKILLS EDUCATION------------------
Real Skills Education is a Non-For-Profit that aims to help STEM students gain transferable and project based skills needed for a 21st-century workforce. Through practical sessions, students will come out with tangible improvements to go out and apply for jobs with confidence. The second best part is, we work hard to ensure everything we do is 100% free for students. The best part is that in 2016, 1 out of 3 of our students gained paid internships or graduate positions through our industry partners or with our help elsewhere.