Without a doubt a Job Finding Club is the best way for any person to get the help they need to find employment. The aim of our Job Finding Club is to teach participants the best job finding techniques and to put them into practice. Each member of the group will build a high quality resume and know how to use cover letters to help find jobs by the end of the classes. Experience has shown participants who participate fully in the club will have a job by the end of the class. It's well worth the time. If you are looking for a job the Job Find Club is for you. Next Club starts September 5th, call us to register
(306)-953-4460 Robert - Vocational Counselor
What do you say when you are asked....
"What is your biggest strength?"
People often find this question hard to answer because it feels a bit like bragging, but remember you have strengths. Be ready to tell your employer about them.
Why do employers ask you this question?
In an interview for a delivery position you might say…
“ My strength is that I am 100% reliable. When I am supposed to be someplace, I am there. Because of that I get along well with my co-workers. They know they can count on me to get my part of the job done. You can expect my deliveries to be on time if I get this job.”
Robert, Vocational Counselior
If you want more help getting ready for an interview call us at Prince Albert Community Services, (306)953-4460.
If these haven't worked for you, maybe you could give us a call at Prince Albert Community Services and we can be of help. Robert - Vocational Counsellor
Everybody seems to describe what the word “community” means, in different ways. One definition of community is;” a feeling of fellowship with another as a result of sharing a common attitude of interest and goals”. If you were to define the workers here at the Community Service Centre you would find that we all embrace that word Community. We all strive to assist people with multiple barriers to find the full potential they all have inside.
Community should be about encouraging people to take ownership of their lives and their environment. The power to change a community comes from within the community. When a group of people that share common interests and goals decide that enough is enough change will happen. The art of being a community has been lost to some degree and people are not as considerate of each other as we once were. In this digital age we have forgotten how to interact with each other.
We cannot forget that social interaction is important for change. You cannot take you cell phone into a job interview. It is ok to talk to people without the use of social media. It is ok to know who your neighbor is. One step to change is recognizing where you can step in and help.
I would encourage everyone to evaluate what community means, and find a way to be involved and make a positive step forward in changing our community.
“Ruth – Resource Coach and Change Champion”
Tell me a little about yourself.
The "tell me about yourself" question is almost always the first question at an interview. If you are ready for it, you can make a great first impression.
All you really have to do is tell them about yourself, and link it to the job you want.
“ I’m from Prince Albert. I earned my grade 12 here and had several part time jobs working in retail sales. I like people a lot, that’s why I volunteer at the hospital. With volunteering and six years of sales experience I know many people in Prince Albert who trust me as a sales person. I’m sure I could help your business sell to new customers”
If you want more information on how to make sure your interview be the very best it can be call us at the Community Service Centre. (306)-953-4460
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