Death of the Business Card?

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As part of our Accelerate Your Career event on Saturday, May 12th, the Central Library welcomes Troy Deck, Manager of MNP as he presents an afternoon session on Power Networking from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. You'll learn to enhance your networking skills before, during and after events to build your confidence and success. As a teaser, we asked Troy to answer some popular questions:

1. Troy Deck, MNPTroy, what do you think is the single most important thing to do before heading into a networking event?

Great question. Make sure to answer a few key questions, including:

  • Why am I going to this event?
  • What do I hope to get out of it?
  • Who do I want to meet and why?
  • How can I help them?
  • How can they help me?
  • What are the next steps?

I believe that it is really important to be strategic when networking and to define goals, targets, and outcomes. Avoid "selling" and instead engage people, be interested in who they are, and see if there are possible synergies.

2. Are business cards still being used? (note: we have heard from 20 year olds that they aren’t) and is there still a role for them?

Although technology has come a long way with the Internet, social media, Facebook, Twitter and the like, business cards can still play a strong role in networking and business today. We do not always have access to the Internet, our phones, or other devices. In addition, not all target audiences are tech savvy and many of the online mediums are ever evolving and changing in popularity. As a result, business cards are a way to drive traffic to you, via phone, web page, Twitter or Facebook, allowing the person to choose how they want to contact or get to know you.

3. Do you suggest that networkers immediately connect with new contacts on LinkedIn?

In my opinion LinkedIn is a great tool to build your network, get to know people and discover information in user groups and generally "plug-in" to people and businesses. That being said, like any other tool users need to decide how they are going to use it and for what purpose. For example, without creating a relationship with a new contact, it is difficult to ask for a reference or do business because there is no pre-existing relationship or trust. So, random connections to random people whom I don't know have little value unless I am willing to put time and effort into "connecting."


Troy Deck is a Manager with MNP’s Consulting team. Troy is currently involved with multiple MNP training initiatives, including the Self-Employment Program, and his current areas of focus are: Facilitation, Market Research and Analysis, Business and Strategic Planning.


Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Career Conversations • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Sign up during event
Resume Help • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Preregister: call 403-260-2782
Career Serving Agencies • 10am–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-in
Interview Strategies and Techniques • 10:30am–12:30pm • Third Floor • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Company and Employer Research • 1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Power Networking • 2:30–4pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking • 10:15–12:15pm • Bsmt Rm #2 • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Work Search on the Internet • 1–4pm • Third Floor Learning Lab • Register online or call 403-260-2620

6.25 seconds is all you have with hiring managers

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"Your résumé has just seconds to make its mark." Globe and Mail

Only 6.25 seconds, apparently. So how can you make sure your resume gets in the "yes" pile instead of the recycling bin? Come book a half-hour session with one of the volunteer library Career Coaches to get some knowledgable advice on how to make your resume the best it can be.

"Your resumé and cover email or letter highlight your skills, accomplishments, experience, education and training. Their purpose is to make a strong first impression on an employer so that you get asked to an interview." Alberta Learning Information Services

Resume Help

Saturday, May 12, 2012

11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Central Library

Preregister by calling 403-260-2782 for a half-hour session to go over your resume with an experienced Career Coach.


Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Career Conversations • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Sign up during event
Resume Help • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Preregister: call 403-260-2782
Career Serving Agencies • 10am–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-in
Interview Strategies and Techniques • 10:30am–12:30pm • Third Floor • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Company and Employer Research • 1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Power Networking • 2:30–4pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking • 10:15–12:15pm • Basement Room #2 • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Work Search on the Internet • 1–4pm • Third Floor Learning Lab • Register online or call 403-260-2620

Interview Strategies and Techniques: Accelerate Your Career

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On Saturday, May 12th, the Central Library is hosting its annual Accelerate Your Career event. Local career consultant Brian Lambier will be presenting the Brian Lambier, Career VitalityInterview Strategies and Techniques program from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., where you will learn how to WOW prospective employers with your knowledge, preparation and "fit." We asked Brian a few questions about current interviewing trends:

1. Is it true that the decision on whether or not to hire a candidate is often decided in first 40 seconds of the interview?

A skilled, experienced interviewer who understands the position and the type of person they are looking for will sometimes have a “gut feeling” about interview candidates fairly quickly but their experience tells them to keep an open mind for the remainder of the interview.

2. How important is it to bring your own questions to the interview?

Extremely important! Interview candidates should consider the interview as an opportunity to learn more about the position and organization and to determine if the position is the right fit for them.

3. Are phone and Skype interviews becoming more common?

Employers certainly will conduct interviews using telephones or messaging systems like Skype. This method of interviewing may be used for the first interview in a multi-interview process or if the candidate is unable to meet in person due to time or geographical constraints. Meeting in person is always an employer’s first choice whenever possible.


Brian Lambier is the owner of Career Vitality Services Inc. in Calgary, Alberta and specializes in career and retirement transition coaching and corporate training. He can be reached at (403) 978-9134 or brian@careervitality.ca. He will be presenting his interview program during our all-day Accelerate Your Career Event held on Saturday, May 12, at the Central Library. Register online or by calling 403-260-2620.


Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Career Conversations • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Sign up during event
Resume Help • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Preregister: call 403-260-2782
Career Serving Agencies • 10am–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-in
Interview Strategies and Techniques • 10:30am–12:30pm • Third Floor • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Company and Employer Research • 1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Power Networking • 2:30–4pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking • 10:15–12:15pm • Bsmt Rm #2 • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Work Search on the Internet • 1–4pm • Third Floor Learning Lab • Register online or call 403-260-2620

Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking

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Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking
10:15–12:15pm • Basement Room #2 •
Register online or call 403-260-2620


 

Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking is a popular program offered at the library in partnership with Bow Valley College (BVC) Career Connection. We asked Jill, a BVC Career Coach who will be presenting the program during our all-day Accelerate Your Career 2012 event, a few questions about how social networking can be used to find work.


 

Jill Nikiforuk, BVC Career Connection1. Why is it important that job seekers embrace social media?

Social media can boost the job search process by adding exponential value to the all-important networking component of job searching. Networking is the number one way to find a new job opportunity! Job seekers can very easily reach out to and research potential networking contacts through social media before making face-to-face contact. Social media also gives the job seeker access to vital information from the industries and companies of interest. While social media is most useful as a networking and informational tool for job seekers, many employers also post jobs this way—with Twitter being the best place to find up-to-date job postings.

2. Can you tweet your way to a job in Calgary?

Yes! This micro-blogging type of social media can boost the job search process. Twitter allows job seekers to follow experts in their field and to follow companies they are interested in, which in turn, keeps them up-to-date in their target industries. Job seekers can also professionally contribute to twitter conversations that can draw positive attention from potential employers. It is very impressive in an interview if a candidate can show that she or he has been following the latest news a company has posted.

3. How are employers using LinkedIn to find candidates?

Employers are using keywords to search potential candidates on LinkedIn. This allows recruiters and hiring managers to pre-screen candidates and search potential employees worldwide. (Like resumes, LinkedIn profiles should be laden with keywords that describe career-specific skills and personal characteristics.) LinkedIn profiles also can be more detailed than a two-page resumé, therefore giving additional information to hiring personnel.


 

Jill Nikiforuk is a Career Coach at Career Connection, Bow Valley College who offers guidance for career planning, and teaches clients how to sharpen their job search marketing tools and skills. Career Connection is a free career service for all under-employed and unemployed Albertans.


Accelerate Your Career 2012

Saturday, May 12, 2012, Central Library

Career Conversations • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Sign up during event
Resume Help • 11am–3pm • Main Floor • Preregister: call 403-260-2782
Career Serving Agencies • 10am–3pm • Main Floor • Drop-in
Interview Strategies and Techniques • 10:30am–12:30pm • Third Floor • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Company and Employer Research • 1–2pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Power Networking • 2:30–4pm • Third Floor Open Area • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Enhancing Your Job Search through Social Networking • 10:15–12:15pm • Bsmt Rm #2 • Register online or call 403-260-2620
Work Search on the Internet • 1–4pm • Third Floor Learning Lab • Register online or call 403-260-2620

Atelier de Recherche d’Emploi, en Français

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Couvrez les éléments essentiels de la rédaction d’un CV et des techniques de recherche d’emploi avec un conseiller en emploi bilingue de Connexion Carrière: Wednesday, May 9, 2012, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., Saddletowne Library.

Nous avons posé quelques questions à Connexion Carrière avant leur premier atelier de recherche d'emploi en français à la Bibliothèque publique de Calgary.

1.Parallèlement à tous les services en français que vous offrez à Connexion Carrière, nous avons noté que vous avez un babillard d'offres d'emploi. Avez-vous noté une augmentation des offres d'emplois bilingues dernièrement ?

Oui, nous avons constaté un léger accroissement du volume des postes bilingues à Calgary au cours des derniers mois, probablement en ligne avec l'activité générale du marché du travail local. Cependant, il est important de noter que même si parler français est un atout, en particulier dans le secteur du service à la clientèle, avoir un bon niveau d'anglais est primordial pour pouvoir trouver du travail !

2. Comment aidez-vous ceux qui veulent améliorer leurs compétences en anglais?

À Connexion Carrière, nous offrons quotidiennement à nos clients des classes d'anglais axées sur la communication liée à l'emploi. Cela les aide à acquérir les compétences et la confiance nécessaires pour trouver et conserver un emploi. Sinon, nous les référons à des programmes tels que ceux offerts dans le réseau des bibliothèques publiques de Calgary, et nous les encourageons à chercher activement des occasions de pratiquer (Groupes de conversation, activités sociales, volontariat...).

3. Quelle est votre implication avec le nouveau Centre Genesis dans le Nord-est?

Grâce à l'initiative 1000 Voices, les fournisseurs de services francophones ont maintenant l'opportunité de se rapprocher des communautés du Nord-est. Chaque mercredi, un conseiller en emploi de Connexion Carrière est disponible au Centre Genesis pour offrir des services d'aide à la recherche d'emploi, en français. C'est une opportunité fantastique pour les résidents francophones locaux de trouver du soutien dans la langue qu'ils préfèrent.
Additionnellement, nous offrons des ateliers de recherche de emploi. Le prochain sera à la bibliothèque publique au Centre Genesis, et les participants auront l'occasion de couvrir les éléments essentiels de la rédaction de CV et les stratégies de recherche d'emploi avec un conseiller en emploi bilingue.

To register for this program, Register online or call 403-260-2620.

(English version)

We asked Connexion Carrière a few questions prior to their first French language career workshop at the Calgary Public Library: Wednesday, May 9, 2012, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., Saddletowne Library.

1. Along with the comprehensive career services offered in French at Connexion Carriere, we noticed that you have a job board. Are bilingual positions on the increase in Calgary?

Yes, we have seen a slight increase of bilingual positions in Calgary during the last few months, probably in line with the general activity of the local labour market. However, it is important to notice that even though speaking French is an asset, especially in the customer service industry, having a good level of English skills is really a must for anyone's employability!

2. How do you help those wanting to improve their English skills?

We offer at Connexion Carriere daily English Communication Classes to our clients. This helps them acquire the skills and the confidence necessary to secure and maintain employment. Alternatively, we refer them to programs such as the ones offered in the network of Calgary Public Libraries, and we encourage them to actively look for opportunities to practice (conversation groups, socially, volunteering...).

3. What is your involvement with the new Genesis Centre in the Northeast?

Through the 1000 voices initiative, the Francophone service providers now have a chance to get closer to the Nord-East communities. Every Wednesday, a career coach is available to offer basic employment services, in French, at the Genesis center. This is a fantastic opportunity for local francophone residents to find support in the language they prefer. Additionally, we will be offering employment related workshops. the next one will be at the public library in the Genesis Center, and participants will have a chance to review and exchange on the essentials of CV writing and job search strategies with a bilingual career coach.

To register for this program, Register online or call 403-260-2620. Calgary Public Library also have several free English as a Second Language programs, including the popular Coffee and Conversation and ESL Conversation Clubs. See our online registration guide for more information.

The New and the Next

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Emerging Trends in Career Marketing, Job Search, Networking and Hiring Strategies

Last October, more than 250 career professionals from Canada, the U.S., and the U.K. met in live and virtual events to brainstorm best practices, innovations, trends, new programs, new processes, and other observations that are currently impacting, and projected to impact, global employment, job search, and career management.

As a sponsor of the Brainstorming Day, the Career Development Association of Alberta (CDAA) hosted a brainstorming event at the 2011 Calgary Ignite Your Passion conference. Attendees discussed three questions:

  • What is the current situation? (The Now)
  • What is just starting to emerge? (The New)
  • Where are we headed? (The Next).

The answers gathered from all events are contained in the recently released Career Thought Leaders Consortium White Paper. This presentation will summarize the paper with a focus on emerging (The New) and future (The Next) ideas.

Join Sandra Hébert as she discusses these trends on Friday, April 20th from 11:45 to 1:00 on the Third Floor of the Central Library, as part of our continuing series of Lunch and Learn career programs , in conjunction with the Career Development Association of Alberta (CDAA).

The New and the Next
Emerging Trends in Career Marketing, Job Search, Networking and Hiring Strategies
Friday, April 20, 2012

11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Third Floor, Central Library

616 Macleod Trail SE

no registration is required

Sandra Hébert is a career development professional with 12 years experience facilitating and designing Alberta Human Services workshops. Sandra is a long-time Career CDAA member and holds the CCDP designation. She is interested in social and multi-media for career marketing and recruitment.

In-Situ Industry Players in Calgary's Energy Sector

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At a recent Strategic Networking evening at the Central Library, participants asked facilitator Debbie Mastel more about In Situ players in Calgary's energy sector. She described the two most common ways of getting oil out of the oil sands: SAGD technology or open pit mining. SAGD Technology (Steam Assisted Gravitational Drainage) projects, also know as in situ projects, extract bitumen that is trapped too far below the Earth's surface to mine. Two horizontal wells are drilled beside each other and steam is injected into the bitumen reservoir using the top well. As a result, the thick, tarry bitumen melts, allowing it to flow to the surface through the other well. The process uses well pads, which helps eliminate the severe clear-cutting necessary for mining.

Debbie's employer, Devon, only has SAGD operations. As a result, she compiled this list of in-situ industry players to identify key players. Her job as a recruiter is very similar to a job seeker's. Says Debbie, "Job seekers need to know the companies that are in their industry and then target them for positions. I do the same thing but in reverse. I look at our competitors and then approach their employees to find out if they know of anyone who’s looking for a new opportunity."

To further research Calgary's energy sector, the Calgary Public Library carries the Canadian Oil Register. This popular directory is the foremost reference publication for detailed information on oil and gas and other industry-related companies, their key personnel, products and services, financial and operational statistics.

Hot Off the Press: March 2012

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GRE for Dummies by Ron Woldoff

Sharpen your GRE test-taking skills with this updated and expanded premier guide with online links to BONUS tests and study aids.

The 2-Hour Job Search by Steve Dalton

Through a prescriptive approach, Dalton explains how to wade through the Internet's sea of information and create a job-search system that relies on mainstream technology such as Excel, Google, LinkedIn, and alumni databases to create a list of target employers, contact them, and then secure an interview-with only two hours of effort.

Never Apply for a Job Again! By Darrell W. Gurney

Drawing on basic principles of human psychology, Gurney shows readers how to open doors to influential players in their fields of interest to gain top-of-mind awareness and top-drawer connectedness. Through 10 simple and easy-to-follow principles, Gurney teaches readers how to create powerful relationships with anyone, anywhere, for lifetime career management.

The Second Shift by Arlie Russell Hochschild

The bestselling landmark study that defines the dynamics of dual-career households-fully revised and updated with a new afterword.

Getting from College to Career by Lindsey Pollak

How do you get a job without experience and get experience without a job? It's the question virtually every college student or recent graduate faces.

NCLEX-RN : Strategies, Practice, and Review by Barbara J. Irwin

From the creator of the #1 NCLEX-RN exam preparation course comes the most up-to-date, focused, strategic guide offering the most effective methods to help candidates prepare for this challenging exam.

Before and After Resumes by Tracy Burns-Martin

With this book, you can discover how to polish your resume to a high shine with the clearest formatting; most effective keywords; and winning, step-by-step advice from experienced HR guru Tracy Burns-Martin.

The Job Search Solution by Tony Beshara

When Dr. Phil's viewers need help turning their job search woes into employment success, he calls in Tony Beshara. One of the most successful placement professionals in the United States, Beshara knows what works and what doesn't. In this book, he outlines the simple yet powerful system that has helped over 100,000 people land jobs they love.

Wiley CPA Exam Review 2012 : Auditing and Attestation by Ray Whittington

Everything today′s CPA candidates need to pass the CPA Exam. Published annually, this comprehensive four-volume paperback reviews all four parts of the CPA exam. Many of the questions are taken directly from previous CPA exams.

The T-Cover Letter Strikes Again

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Last week we blogged about the T-Cover Letter—a cover letter style that is enormously popular with hiring managers. Our Strategic Networking volunteer Debbie Mastel has forwarded us another example of how one of our customers used the T-Cover Letter format to successfully find work:

"The T Cover letter is the most effective cover letter I have come across in my entire professional career. It was introduced to me by Debbie in one of the strategic networking sessions I attended at the library. From the time I heard about it, it really did strike me and I know it was the correct formula I needed to grab employer attention. By that time I was around just 5 weeks in Canada and everything was new to me. I was quick enough to change my formats to T letter and also customize my resume to go with that.

Within a week I got an interview at a Big Oil & a Gas Company, and another one at a IT company. I almost got the Oil & Gas job, and the Hiring manager was complimentary of my cover letter. After about 2 weeks I got an interview at DeVry University and now I am working there.

I am glad to say I attended that networking session and met Debbie, where I learned all about the best secret in finding employment—the T cover letter. Thanks to it, I am now working in less than 12 weeks from moving to Canada. I think it’s a great tool and many people should start using it, it also helps you focus and identify your suitability to the job and helps you easily focus on applying for a specific job target rather than being too general."

Have you had success with the T-Cover Letter? We want to hear about it.
Click HERE to post your experiences in the comment box below.


See the previous blog post for more examples about the T-Cover Letter format: The T-Cover Letter.

For more information about our Strategic Networking program that runs on the Third Floor of the Central Library every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. or other examples of cover letters or resumes contact us:

Central Library
Third Floor
403-260-2782
busn@calgarypubliclibrary.com

The T-Cover Letter

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Debbie MastelThe style and formatting of excellent resumes and cover letters can vary depending on geography and industry and change over time. The T-cover letter is a newer format that is tremendously popular with hiring manager and recruiters. Debbie Mastel, one of the library's Strategic Networking program volunteers, answered a few of our questions about the T-cover letter:

When should someone use a T cover letter?

DM: It doesn’t matter if you’re using transferable skills or an exact match to a posting, the T cover letter should always be used. If you don’t have a posting then you can do some research to figure out what you think the requirements for their organization would be. This can be done by getting old postings or postings from other companies. This style is also difficult when writing a cover letter in to an e-mail instead of an attachment so I recommend people have templates for the letter that can easily be used in either Word format or e-mails.

Do you prefer the format? Why?

DM: Yes, I do prefer the T cover letter format, as I believe it serves three main purposes:

  1. It assists the recruiter, especially if they’re junior and working on technical roles. It allows applicants to clarify acronyms, or similar systems they may have worked on.
  2. When a recruiter is using key words to score resumes. Because of volume, sometimes recruiters rely on systems to rate resumes. According to Right Management, 94% of the top 500 U.S. companies are now using computer programs to evaluate resumes. Canada is sure to follow suit.
  3. When you’re using transferable skills to obtain a position. Countless times I’ve received resumes from people clearly using transferable skills but I can’t make the connection. I remember a colleague of mine once getting the resume for a fellow who groomed ski hills and had mentioned she didn’t see him fitting anywhere. Luckily it was brought to her attention that he might be a fit for a Heavy Equipment Operator position. We ended up hiring him as that but other people aren’t so lucky.

Recruiters don’t have time to figure out where you fit, that’s your job. The t-letter cover letter makes you articulate why you are qualified for the role. This is what you’re asking for, this is what I have.

Would you suggest that any job hunter should use this format for their cover letters? Are there any instances in which you wouldn't prefer the T cover letter?

DM: The only time I can think of that this format may not work is for Academics or people that need to submit a CV instead of a resume. I’m not that familiar with this area but that’s the only example I can think of. I would welcome comments from others if they have reasons this cover letter wouldn’t work for them.

Can you give one or two anecdotal examples of people you've hired or Strategic Networking customers who have found that the T cover letter opened doors that may not have otherwise been opened?

DM: I asked some job searchers to share their feelings about the usefulness of the T-cover letter. Here is one response:

The reason I believe the two-column T cover letter worked well for me in the past was because it was significantly different than writing three or four paragraphs as in a standard cover letter.

The T cover letter was simple to use. First, I underscored the keywords or phrases in the job description’s requirements and qualifications sections that fit my background, experiences, and skill sets. Then, I filled out the position’s key requirements in the table’s left column and aligned them with my matching skill sets or experiences in the right column.

The concisely-worded bullet points in two column format immediately captured the hiring manager’s attention without him having to read longer paragraphs. My T cover letter intrigued and interested him. I was able to zero in on the value I could provide that related to the hiring manager's and position's needs, and, consequently, the hiring manager continued with reviewing my resume. In summary, the T cover letter helped me to (1) focus my reply, (2) save time, and (3) avoid responses to inappropriate job postings.”

March 19: Debbie sent another response from someone who had great success with the T-Cover Letter:

"The T Cover letter is the most effective cover letter I did come across in my entire professional career. It was introduced to me by Debbie in one of the networking meeting I attended. From the time I heard about it, it really did strike me and I know it was the correct formula I was looking for to grab employer attention. By that time I was around just 5 weeks in Canada and everything was new to me. I was quick enough to change my formats to T letter and also customize my resume to go with that.

Within a week I got an interview at a Big Oil & a Gas Company, and another one at a IT company. I almost got the Oil & Gas job, and the Hiring manager was complimentary of my cover letter. After about 2 weeks I got an interview at DeVry University and now I am working there,.

I am glad to say I attended that networking meeting and met Debbie, where I learned all about the best secret in finding employment—the T cover letter. Thanks to it, I am now working in less than 12 weeks from moving to Canada. I think it’s a great tool and many people should start using it, it also helps you focus and identify your suitability to the job and helps you easily focus on target than be general in applying. Thanks Debbie.”

For more information about the T-cover letter:

A template of the T-cover letter: Workopolis Sample of the T-style cover letter.

Thoughts from another recruiter on the T-cover letter: The "T" Cover Letter—The Only Type Worth Sending.


Debbie Mastel volunteers with the enormously popular Strategic Networking program that runs on the Third Floor of the Central Library every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Debbie is a Critical Talent Specialist with Devon Energy Corporation in Calgary.

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