Employers expect that in your application for a position with them, you demonstrate that your writing is grammatically correct and clear, and that you provide specific evidence that you meet their requirements. As a Career Consultant in the Careers and Employment team, I see frequent examples of poor grammar in CVs, cover letters, application […]
We have been together for about a decade, 8 years married, probably spent more time together every week than many couples out there.
BUT it’s all coming to an end now. Ida is calling it quit! She’s leaving […]
From Landscape Architecture at Victoria University in Wellington to Elizabeth Everdell Garden Designs in San Francisco…
Everyone wants to know what they’re going to be in the future. When you were younger, it may have been something like a ballerina or an astronaut or a dinosaur, and when you got older, it was probably more along the lines of chartered accountant, IT technician, or lion tamer. What we rarely ask ourselves, […]
With the three-minute thesis competition fast approaching, it’s time to answer a question. It’s the one question every Post-Grad student dreads. “So. What’s your thesis about?” Whether it’s asked by your lecturer, your office-mate, a fellow student or a well-meaning aunt, you have one of two options: either babble inarticulately for half an hour, explaining […]
Graduation may seem a long way off if you are in your early years at university. Yet the recruiting process for many internship and graduate positions starts earlier than you may think. It will help enormously if you are prepared and have a good understanding of the skills you require for certain jobs. You can […]