1. Define Your Goal: Know what kind of work you love the most and perform the best. This requires self-evaluation, spending time exploring your interests and abilities.
2. Write Effectively New: Emphasize your ability to do the work you want to do. Show where you are on the road, not where you have been. Look at it from the employer's point of view – what qualities do they need to do?
3. Prepare Your References: Call or visit each person and tell them exactly what you are looking for. Ask them to let you know if they hear something, or to refer to you.
4. Research: Create a list of potential employers from the yellow pages or resource directory and view each company. Check your library for information.
5. Network: Talk to everyone you know about what kind of work you are looking for. You never know which contact will lead to a job offer. Consider neighbors, relatives, friends of parents, teachers, customer paper guides, etc.
6. Set up interviews: Possibly by phone or by submitting a statement with the register and indicating that you will follow up to schedule an interview.
7. Practice Interviewing Techniques: Plan What You Are Saying. Discuss HOW you want to work for that company, WHAT can be done for them and HOW you will fit into the club and practice, practice, practice. Get a list of questions and write your answers for each and then practice with friends.
8. Email Follow-up: Tell them about your interest in a job or business. Thank you for taking the time to talk to you. Point out your specific abilities or mention something that you forgot during the relevant interview.
9. Keep an eye on: Exceptionally or by phone to view the results of the interviews and if you are not a good candidate, ask how you could improve your chances for the next time.