Join the Penticton Public Library and WorkBC for their free resume and cover letter workshops in November. (Photo from Unsplash)

Penticton Public Library and WorkBC want to help your job hunt

WorkBC is offering free resume and cover letter workshops at the library in November

If you’re on the job hunt and want to give yourself an edge over the competition, consider dropping in to the upcoming free programs offered by WorkBC at the Penticton Public Library.

On Nov. 7, join WorkBC for Resumes 101 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the library to learn how to draft the perfect curriculum vitae (CV). You’ll learn what pertinent information to include and how to organize it aesthetically for your future employer’s convenience.

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On Nov. 14, WorkBC returns to the library from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. to offer a Cover Letter program to teach you how to draft an insightful and effective opening address to your future place of work. Attendees at both events will also receive tips on how to nail your interview.

Both programs are free and open to everyone, and will be hosted in the library/museum auditorium. For more information, call 250-770-7782.

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