Although Jane held a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, a qualification that could secure her a job, our Coordinator observed that Jane had no experience or knowledge in how to draft a resume or write a cover letter that would cut through to a prospective employer.
By consulting with our Coordinator, Jane was able to produce a resume with a cover letter that was both appropriate and professional. Jane was overjoyed when asked to attend an interview on the strength of her application. The best part, Jane was successful and is now happily engaged in the job of an Early Childhood Educator and the career of her choice.
A professional, carefully crafted letter of introduction, application and resume could be all that stands between you and getting that all important interview. It's pretty simple - no interview means no job, and a poor application means no interview.
If you know a young person who may need assistance with applying for a job or preparing for an interview, register at
or contact your local Pathways Coordinator.
*'not her real name or photo