Creative workforce transition scholarship
We established Creative Workforce Transition scholarship to share the best ideas about how to find the first job. We are looking for a person who can demonstrate what it takes to make a creative entering to the workforce. Traditionally, you have something to offer employers and we help to bring that out in our superb resumes, cover letters and follow-up letters. Yet, with a recent graduates resume things are getting a little more different. Right now the workforce is more educated and competitive than ever, with entry level positions requiring at least a year of experience, you need to prove to a potential employer that you are the right candidate for the job. It is important that students get empowered about how to market their personal brand to potential employers. We welcome your vision of an effective student transition to a successful career. Application process is open all year round! For more information visit the link below.
Applicants for this award must meet the following criteria:
|Other Criteria||To be eligible for this scholarship, you must meet the following criteria: A student (undergraduate or postgraduate) enrolled in a degree at an eligible university. If your university is not on a list, please contact us at email@example.com. Your scholarship submission includes a PDF You must be at least 18 years old|
This award is linked to a specific institution.
Additional information about this award.
|Number of Awards||2|
|Includes||The winning student will receive a $1000 scholarship and will get a chance to complete a 1-3 month paid internship in our Chicago office. The finalist entries will get chance of being published on CraftResumes blog and social.|
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