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Caroline Wakelin

Beedie School of Business
Co-operative Education
Co-op Coordinator

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Convocation can be scary; Adding the pressure of finding employment afterwards, can be even more daunting. But not to worry, as Caroline, Associate Director of the Beedie Co-op Program, is here to help. This three-part series details three easy steps you can take while searching for a job after graduation. Caroline has the right advice for making a list of your dream employers, contacting them, and setting up information interviews. Not only that, Caroline also provided tables and actionable steps you can take to complete each task. You've completed, or are about to complete, the hardest part, now let us help you through this next step in life. 

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Caroline Wakelin Profile Image

Caroline Wakelin

Beedie School of Business
Co-operative Education
Co-op Coordinator
Caroline Wakelin
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Make a List of Dream Employers

Co-op coordinator, Caroline Wakelin explains the concept of the 20-minute job search. In part one she takes you through the process of listing potential employers, and ranking them by contacts, desirability and available openings.

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How to Contact your Employers

Co-op coordinator, Caroline Wakelin explains the concept of the 20-minute job search. In part two she takes you through turning your list of potential contacts into actual contacts, and how to score an informational interview.

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Informational Interviews

Co-op coordinator, Caroline Wakelin explains the concept of the 20-minute job search. In part three she explains what an information interview is, and how to prepare for one.