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Job Hunting & Further Studies Series


All You Need to Know about Job Hunting – From Searching for Information to Composing CVs & Attending Interviews

Date 31 Jan 2024 (Wednesday)
Time 02:30pm - 04:15pm
Speaker Ms. Sharon Wong, Lecturer, Independent Learning Centre
Ms. Sue Fung, Faculty Liaison Librarian (Arts & General Education), CUHK Library
Medium English
Venue User Education Room, G/F, University Library
Workshop Description The workshop aims at heightening participants’ awareness of how to search for industry and job information, how to compose their CV to increase their employability, and how to present themselves in the best manner in both in-person and video interviews. Common mistakes to avoid and useful language tips will be shared in the workshop as well.

Interview Preparation for Hong Kong Disciplinary Forces

Date 20 Feb 2024 (Tuesday)
Time 02:30pm - 04:30pm
Speaker Jovita Yeung
Medium English
Venue Digital Scholarship Lab, G/F, University Library
Workshop Description This workshop aims to prepare students for the interviews organised by the Hong Kong Disciplinary Forces. Ace the interviews by learning how to deliver a strong self-introduction, handle impromptu speeches, excel in scenario-based exercise, and much more.
Preparation is the key to success!





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