Andrew Woods has an impressive background. As a corporate trainer, he has provided workshops and speeches for companies from Starbucks to Guinness, from IBM to Ford. He is in demand throughout the world. So how does he give consistently useful and relevant advice when his audiences are so varied? It’s simple: he focuses on soft skills.
Let’s face the reality: summer has definitely faded away, even if it seems like it was only yesterday. Well, it is that time of year, when colorful lights twinkle on the houses (since Halloween ended), stores and shops are getting crowded and Salvation Army’s Santa Claus-clad donation collectors are to be seen on streets… Yes,…
Would you like to have a job with great pay, lots of room for advancement and with positions available all over the world? A career in hotel management offers you all of this.
One of the reasons students love our co-op programs is that they get you Canadian work experience. Canadian work experience is attractive to future employers because it proves you can actually do the job, you can communicate in English and you are comfortable working with people from all over the world.
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A co-op work experience gives you opportunities to put into practice the theory you have learned.
A precisely written Canadian resume might be the most important tool to get you that interview and possibly get you a job in Canada.
Many university graduates are disappointed to find that their bachelor’s degree doesn’t open many doors. They don’t realize that universities are not designed to start you on future careers.
Greystone College hosted Genevieve Blondin at another networking event that was organized for the business and tourism&hospitality students in Vancouver.