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Get noticed with your CV: 4 Steps to Career Success - CamAWiSE WiSE-UP series

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What’s your strategy for securing your dream job? Are you job-ready? How will you engage key skills that no employer will be able to turn down?

The WiSE-UP series will bring a bold freshness to map your journey, unlocking the four steps for career success. It will prepare you to cross each milestone, moving closer and into the job you want. Then create that first initial impact in the job, making you unforgettable for all the right reasons!

Naily Makangu (2017 JCI UK “Most Outstanding Leader” winner) will open the series on driving your career forward, pinpoint your motivation and set your career goals. Step-two, how to craft that all-winning CV with Claire Button, who will help you prepare your personalised document to get your foot in the door for an interview. Once in front of the Interviewer(s), Meghan Loubser (HR, Johnson Matthey) will coach you to nail those Interview Techniques for a definitive yes in step-three. This will neatly lead into step-four, Natacha Wilson’s workshop to create an impact in your first 90 days in your new job.

Join us for all the steps or take a single-step workshop. The 4 Steps to Career Success will include all important Networking over coffee and cake.

16 Oct 2018 | Choosing your Career path | Naily Makangu (Featurespace, Past president of JCI Cambridge)

20 Nov 2018 | Get noticed with your CV | Claire Button (CEO, Fusion Biomed &

12 Mar 2019 | Perfecting your interview skills | Megan Loubser (HR, Johnson Matthey)

9 Apr 2019 | New job? Excel in your first 90 days | Natacha Wilson (Director, Cambridge Insights)

Book all four workshops, and in collaboration with One World Publication, a lucky winner will be picked for a signed copy of Radio 4 Jenni Murray’s new A history of the world in 21 women.

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