Are you looking for an online course that can help you to get the job you want by improving your job application and interview?
In this course, you will learn about the job search, application, and interview process in the United States, while comparing and contrasting the same process in your home country.
This course will also give you the opportunity to explore your global career path, while building your vocabulary and improving your language skills to achieve your professional goals.
The first unit in this course will introduce the U.S. job application process and provide strategies for identifying the jobs that match your interests and skills.
Unit 2 will take you through the steps necessary to produce a professional-looking resume.
In unit 3, you will work to develop a clear and concise cover letter. The final unit of the course focuses on networking and interview skills.
You can take this course for free. But if you want to get a certificate, there is a fee payable.
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What Will You Learn
Week 1: Entering the Job Market
In the first part, you will learn about the steps in the job search process that very useful for your career.
Week 2: Resumes
You can learn about how to describe yourself and your experiences in a résumé that will help you build your job-related vocabulary.
Week 3: Writing a Cover Letter
You will learn about how to write a clear cover letter that tells employers why you are the right person for the job in the best way.
Week 4: Networking
Why do you need this? This class will give you an amazing lesson for meeting new people, making small talk, and describing
Week 5: Interviewing For a Job
In this last part, you will learn about the question-and-answer process of job interviews. This lesson will help you to present yourself well in interviews.
After complete this course, you will be able to search for the job, application, interview process in the United States, the opportunity to explore your global career path, building your vocabulary, and improving your language skills for your professional goals.
About University of Pennsylvania
The University of Pennsylvania is a member of the Ivy League and the fourth-oldest institution of higher education in the United States. This university was founded in 1740 and continuing developed until now.
According to the US News & World Report 2021, the University of Pennsylvania ranks:
- 8th in National Universities
- 39th in Best Undergraduate Teaching (tie)-
- 17th in Best Value Schools
He is a Language Specialist at the University of Pennsylvania’s ELP. He taught at several adult language programs, including Alameda Adult School, Language Studies International (LSI), Contra Costa Community College, and many more. These instructors get a BA in Theatre and Film Studies and an MA in English (TESOL).
She is taught in a variety of academic, general, and business programs. This great woman served as a language instructor in many programs as well as a variety of administrative roles.
- 31% started a new career after completing these courses
- 36% got a tangible career benefit
- 19% got a pay increase or promotion
Anyone can join this course