Resume Rescue Competition April 2016

 

Enter the Resume Rescue Competition for Nathan, 2016

Attention Nathan students, whilst your resume may not have won you a job yet, it could win you some great prizes! The SRC Resume Rescue Competition is now up and running! This may just be the motivation you need to ramp up your resume for 2016.  Don’t let a poorly constructed resume stop you from applying for great jobs any longer.  The Resume Rescue Competition has really gone all out this year and there are three fantastic prizes to be won.

Contestants have the chance to win –

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The best part about this competition is that even if you are not one of the three lucky winners, you still get something out of submitting.  Our careers counselors are kind enough to mark and provide constructive feedback to everyone who submits their resume in the competition.  Once you know what needs to be improved on, you can make the necessary adjustments and feel more confident in your resume’s ability to score you a great job.

What are you waiting for? Get resume ready and submit now!

https://orgsync.com/login/griffith-university?redirect_to=%2F114203%2Fforms%2F190868


One Comment on “Resume Rescue Competition April 2016”

  1. Fay Jiang says:

    T_T no gold coast students?

    On Thu, Mar 24, 2016 at 2:33 PM, Griffith University Careers Service wrote:

    > griffithuniversitycareersservice posted: ” Enter the Resume Rescue > Competition for Nathan, 2016 Attention Nathan students, whilst your resume > may not have won you a job yet, it could win you some great prizes! The SRC > Resume Rescue Competition is now up and running! This may just be the m” >


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