rdgfcghvghv

How to apply for a job

It is vital to know that a job application is the first impression of yourself that you give to a potential employer, and it is capable of making or breaking your chances. This implies that you should be careful and carry out everything in the right way. The guidelines below will help you to make an excellent and professional job application and raise your chances of securing employment:

Application form

dtfghvfghvghh

Some job openings require you to fill an application form, and some do not. When an application is supposed to be filled, it asks for the information the employer wants to know such as your work experience or educational background. Do not leave any field blank unless it is optional or you do not have any relevant information to write down. Keep in mind that it is illegal to ask about certain details during the application process, such as religion or ethnic background.

 

Cover letter

In some instances, entry level positions do not require a cover letter, but each higher level and professional job does. Your cover letter should be specifically tailored to the job you are applying for, and if possible, you should address it directly to the hiring manager. Ensure that your cover letter is brief, usually a single page and never more than two pages and it should be professional. Explain clearly why you think you are suited for the position and the organization. It is paramount that your grammar and spelling are flawless. A single spelling error could take away the chance of you being considered. Go through your cover letter more than once before it gets to your potential employer.

Curriculum vitae (CV)

You should be aware of the fact that your CV is the heart of your application and thus it is the most important detail. It is advisable to tailor your CV to the job, and you should format it correctly. It should be divided into sections that talk about the things that employers look for, such as education and experience. Make sure that you keep all your points brief. Hiring managers usually attracts a large volume of applications to review and little time review each application. If you have the need to add some extra information you can do so in the cover letter but only if the information is relevant.

Email application

ytftyfghfvghfvghvEven though emails are regarded as casual communication, an email application is not. You do not require a separate cover letter. The email body can take care of that. Similar rules apply to both email and a conventional cover letter. Ensure that the subject line contains the position you are making an application for.…

Read More >>
rftfhfghvghvhgv

The advantages of becoming a teacher abroad

A lot of individuals fail to realize that teaching English abroad is a great opportunity and an exclusive experience. There are multiple reasons that can convince prospective teachers to pack their belongings, hop on a plane and travel to new destinations to teach the language to some unfamiliar people who communicate in foreign languages. Below are some reasons to teach abroad:

Exploring the world

ytftgyhjvhjvhnvh

Many of us have the desire to break free from our humdrum lives and explore the universe. Becoming a teacher abroad gives you the chance to accomplish that. The teaching profession allows you to travel to a distant destination that ordinary people wish to visit even if it is for just a short duration of time.

It is a learning experience

Individuals who have the desire to pursue their teaching career abroad, have to find residences in foreign nations. This offers them the opportunity to investigate the natives and learn about their cultures, customs, and traditions. This can be an exciting learning experience.

Better pay

Besides the experiential and educational benefits, teaching abroad provides the teachers with a chance to earn large amounts of cash. Because the wages keep fluctuating per school, program, and country, it is not possible to accurately state a definite income. However, because the concerned educational institution takes care of all the arrangements that have to do with the necessary facilities, the teachers have the benefit of saving a significant portion of their salary.

Improving people’s lives

As we all know English is the official communication medium of international business, media, and culture. Getting to learn this language not only allows individuals to communicate with others across the universe but would also improve their abilities to get involved in the different events held globally. Thus, the English teachers abroad are participating in a noble purpose. They are actually improving people’s lives by helping them get ready for the outside world.

Personal growth

trdftyfyugyugyuApart from the teacher exploring cultures and lands, teaching in foreign nations enables personal growth of the educator. New kinds of opportunities get to open in front of them. Their social skills improve, and they acquire the ability to deal with most of the uncertainties of life. After getting to spend a lot of time working abroad, a teacher can anticipate to become completely adaptable, confident and also self-sufficient. This is very important if an educator is interested in his or her personal growth.…

Read More >>

Main Menu Girl Scouts of Metro Detroit

This Just In!

Mark your calendars for the 3rd Annual Cookie Gala!
GSMD’s 2005 Summer Program Express Guide is here. Check out all the special summer programs we have planned!
Who wants to go Bowling? Everyone! Come Join the Fun.
See Finding Nemo at The Palace & give back to GSMD!
Interested in earning a K-9 Care Badge? Click here for more info!
Want to Recognize and Honor a Girl Scout Volunteer? Click here for the 2005 Volunteer Recognition Packet!
Council Shop Spot

GSMD Council Shops have everything you need from uniforms, patches, stickers, sweatshirts, t-shirts, gifts, books, and much, much more!

Shop hours, locations and calendar

 

 

 

Main Menu Girl Scouts of Metro DetroitCheck out our
HOLIDAY COUPON

Girls and Troop Leaders! Getting Ready for the 2004-05 Girl Scouting year? Trying to figure out what items you need? Check out these handy age-appropriate Back-to-Troop Checklists:

Daisy Checklist

Brownie Checklist

Junior Checklist

Girls 11 – 17 Checklist

Keep your Eyes Open for More Council Shop News/Updates!
Announcements!

Cookie Season Has Officially Started! Click here for more information.

Plan ahead for the Registrar Meetings/Early Bird Pack Out!

Volunteers Needed to Take Part in Focus Groups Centered on GSMD’s Volunteer Management System.

GSMD Nominating Committee is currently accepting applications for National Council Delegates for the 2005-2008 term. Click here for more information or an application!

Check out the 2005 Council Delegate Trainings and the Up-Coming Adult Trainings for the new year!

Looking Ahead Into The Future:
2005-2008 Corporate Goals & Major Strategies

What Troops, Groups & Volunteers Are Doing!

Click here to see the fun adventures and activities Girl Scout Troops, Groups and Volunteers are taking part in!

Make a Difference. One Girl at a Time. Donate Now!

Donate Now
Through Network for Good

“Commit To A Girl”
As Girl Scouts� first ever national online fundraising initiative, Commit To A Girl raises funds to help give girls the Girl Scout experience. Create your own personalized Commit To A Girl page and invite friends and family to join you in supporting the Metro Detroit Council. It�s fun and easy � click here to get started and help make the difference for girls that lasts a lifetime!

In the News

Links to news articles:

Girl Scouts Help Meals on Wheels Recipients

Night of Fun: Scout Plans Party for Residents of Group Homes

Girls Earn Honors

Daisy Girl Scouts Dig In

Grosse Pointe Park Teen To Be Honored With Girl Scout Gold Award

Local Girl Scouts Earns Gold Award

Young Volunteers Earn Community Respect

Homework, recreational activities play part in Girl Scouts’ program

Troops Meet Little Resistance

Local Girl Scouts Hold Cookie Sale

Brownies Working for Soldiers

Girl Scouts Mark Anniversary Week

Crunch Time: Annual Cookie Sale Under Way

Scout Out These Cookie Treats

The Sweetest Cookie Monsters

Scouting Around Government

Girl Scouts are Changing With Times

Dates to Remember:

February 2005
7 Cookie Sale Program: Cookie Drops
8 Cookie Sale Program: Cookie Drops
11-13 Arctic Blast
12 Cookie Sale Program: Cookie Booth Sales Begin (Cookies Hit the Street)
12 Brownie Council Wide Overnight
16 Etiquette Dinner
19 �Girl Scouting through the Years� Brownie Try-It
19 �Thinking Day� Celebration
19 Pewabic Pottery Workshops
20 African American Dance Company
21 Holiday: Council Offices/Shops Closed
22-26 Council Shop Thinking Day Sale
26 African American Celebration
26 �Girl Scouting in the USA� Jr. Badge Workshop
26 Bowling Buddies

March 2005
1 Gold Award Final Report Deadline (for Spring 2005 Ceremony)
5 Troop Program Aide Specialty Training
5 �Safe Girls Grow Strong�
5-6 March Mall Mania
9 3rd Annual GSMD Cookie Gala
12 Brownie Council Wide Overnight
12 Girl Scout Birthday Celebration
12 The Phantom of the Opera
12 Girl Scout Birthday
13 Cookie Sale Program: Booth Sales End
17 Shamrocks & Shenanigans
19 Girl Scout Bunny Hop

April 2005
1 Silver Award Final Report Deadline (for Spring 2005 Ceremony)
1-30 Council Shop Leader Appreciation Sale
2 Program Aide Core Training
6 Etiquette Dinner
9 Pewabic Pottery Workshops
10 Israeli Adventures at Shalom Street
15-17 Equestrian Specialty Program Aide Training
16 �Celebrating People� Junior Badge Workshop
16-17 Spring Mall Mania
20 Etiquette Dinner
23 Asian Celebration
24 Camp Clean Up Day (Metamora)
29 Outdoor Program Aide Specialty Training

May 2005
1 A Day with My Guy
1 Camp Innisfree Open House
4 Annual Meeting
7 Feminini -Tea
14 Diamond Jack Riverboat Tour
15 Camp Metamora Open House
20-22 International Friendship Weekend
21 Children�s Day Fiesta
21-22 Backpacking Adventure
22 Camp Clean Up Day (Innisfree)
27 Council Office/Shop Summer Hrs. Begin
28 Little Shop of Horrors

June 2005
3-5 Tea for Two: Frogs and You!
21 Summer Resident Camps Start
25 Summer Troop Core Camping Starts

July 2005
11 Summer Day Camps Start
23-24 My Gal & Me
30 -31 My Guy & Me

Donate Now
Through Network for Good

Copyright � 2003 Girl Scouts of Metro Detroit | Contact Us | Phone 800.326.0309

A special thanks to Linda Watson from T. L. Creations for the endless time and hard work she put into assisting Girl Scouts of Metro Detroit in creating a new look and feel to the Council’s website.…

Read More >>