Prepare For Job Opportunities

How to Apply

  • Click the Get Started Button
  • Fill out the In-Take Form
  • Wait for an E-mail for Orientation
  • Attend Orientation
  • Complete Jump Start
  • Register with our Training Partner

Top Interview Tips

  • Practice and Repeat
  • Research the Company
  • Be on Time – That means being early
  • Get Ready Ahead of Time
  • Try to Stay Calm
  • Follow-up After the Interview

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Make a template available whenever you start Word

To have a template or add-in available whenever you start Word, store the add-in or template in the Startup folder. To find the current location of the startup folder:

  • In Word, select File > Options > Advanced. In Word 2007, click the Microsoft Office Button, and then select Word Options > Advanced.
  • Scroll down to General, and then click File Locations.
  • Note the file location listed for Startup.
  • Save to this location the template that you want available when you start Word.

General Job Application Tip

When applying for a job, it is crucial to follow the application instructions carefully. Typically, you will need to submit a resume and cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in the position. In some cases, you may also need to complete an employment application. Once your materials have been submitted, the hiring manager will review them and decide whether or not to invite you to interview for the position.

Be sure to send thank-you notes after each round of interviews. Sending a handwritten note or even an email is the best way to show your appreciation for your interviewers’ time. If, after multiple rounds of interviews and correspondence, you are not offered the job, be sure to inquire about why to learn from the experience.

5 Actionable Interview Tips & Tricks