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DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES (DAP)Documentor of conference and seminar proceedings.Edited final copy.Summers2010-12PENN FOSTER/LEARNING SERVICES, INC.Tutor/instructor for practical English, Served as correspondence staff.Part-time2005-08BOOK SHOP CENTER, INC.Clerk, shelf-stocker, and other miscellaneous duties on the shop.Interest:aerobics, music, and manga-drawing ^_^References:Personal references available upon request
5. Write your own cover letter and resume. Begin by looking for something you can apply for, asyou are still studying, you may wish to apply for an internship program. Scholarship or studentassistant position alternatively. With the guidance of your teacher you may imagine yourself to bea college graduate with some related work experience (done during summers), applying for yourdream job. Look for actual interships scholarships or job notices to use as a basis for yourapplication.Job InterviewIf the employer or hiring personnel life the overall picture presented by a cover letter andresume.they will want a closer picture. They will then ask the applicant to come in for a jobinterview. Job interviews can vary from structured or formal with a set of specific questions toinstructed with more freewheeling conversation. Among several other types of interviews. Thefollowing are the most common:● The traditional one-on-one interview - the candidates is interviewed by one person.● The panel interview - the candidate is interviewed by a group or panel.● The group interview – the candidate is interviewed along with fellow candidates.● The stress interview – the candidate is asked a series of difficult and intimidating questionstoHe/she handless stress.It is the best to find out ahead of time which type of interview to expect and to prepareappropriately for this kind of interview. It is normal to be nervous. But there are ways of reducing thisinterview fear.The best way to fight nervousness is to be well-prepared for the interview. The following aresome general tips for preparing for an interview.Before the interviewHave the right mindset. Remember that the primary goal of the interviewer is to learnwhether you have the skills, training, experience and interest necessary to fulfill the requirements ofthe position. Answer their questions honestly so that you may both find out if you can meet thecompany’s needs.Research.Gather information about the company you are applying to so you can adjust yourresponses to fit that company. Find out specifically about the company’s leaders. Its mission andvision or business philosophy. Its products, services, or customers, and weaknesses. Think about whythe company would be interested in you. Finally, think about what the job involves in terms of duties,hours, wages , and opportunities for advancement.

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