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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by NaijaCover(m): 9:50pm On Jun 08
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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by azraeljaheel: 9:53pm On Jun 08
Please am not in the mood today am still mourning your amotekun brethrens that were slaughtered


AmotekunSW:


It is on this type of thread you're displaying madness. Keep it up. 10 years from now, you will be waiting for the OP to do giveaway before you eat.
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by BalogunIdowu(m): 10:04pm On Jun 08
You've got something to put man.

Start from there and update as you have more.

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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Haywhyluv: 10:53pm On Jun 08
NaijaCover:
Start Blogging Business, From There, you will get Professional experience in the field, you can earn as much as 100k and Above per month, to start with, Get In Touch With NAIJA COVER, if you are interested.
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Can I have ur contact bro
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by budaatum: 11:20pm On Jun 08
Albertone:


Okay thanks.But I am also asking what I can do to augment it.What experience, professional course,certification, activity is needed?

cc budaatum

Stuff you already done is good augmentation you just need to sell yourself better.

Seriously, Albe, you have done more than some, and just need to list the skills you acquired from those things you listed.

Tell you what. Send me a copy of what you got if you'd like me to have a look at it for you. You don't need to include your name, address, personal stuff, just the work and school bits. My email is on my profile. Mention me if sent.

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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Drella(m): 11:21pm On Jun 08
Pheew!

I also want to learn

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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 11:24pm On Jun 08
toffyz:
The above listed skills are good enough for a CV.

Nevertheless, you can opt in for an online HRM (Human Resource Mgt) course in a recognized firm.

I will look into that.
Thank you.
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 11:26pm On Jun 08
Akanbidigitals:
Learn programming to ease your way in fintech

Was learning web dev before. I learnt HTML,CSS and was still in the basics of JavaScript when I stopped due to a constraint.
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 11:27pm On Jun 08
Peteromi:
Message me boss,I will help you out if I can

Okay I would be glad if you can.

Sent a DM.
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 11:30pm On Jun 08
channelstravel:
Great profile. Kudos.

All the CV stuff and being professional is my area (see siggy).

I am offering to assist you with these when you make up your mind, FOR FREE.

Cheers.

Thanks for that!

Should I chat you up on WhatsApp?
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 11:36pm On Jun 08
belovez:

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On linkedin connect with people in your desired field finthech and check their profile, navigate to the skills they acquired then work on it.

Very helpful.
I appreciate!

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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 11:39pm On Jun 08
Frenzy01:
Your profile looks good already, why you looking down at yourself and besides, All this asides bro.. I hope you have a side hustle or a business to augment your living??






Meanwhile, I sell and I buy any breed of dogs swiftly at a very reasonable price. I also offer Boarding and pet care services. Checkout my siggy for contact information

Side hustle? Unfortunately No.
More reason I want to be professional now and start earning.

Thanks
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 12:06am On Jun 09
uuzba:


See sample undergraduate CV.
Just do 1 page of your own first.
Please use a PC and design the CV yourself. Don't let business centre people type and arrange rubbish for you. Most of them are uneducated and the make spelling errors everywhere.

Very helpful!

Thank you.
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 12:47am On Jun 09
budaatum:


Stuff you already done is good augmentation you just need to sell yourself better.

Seriously, Albe, you have done more than some, and just need to list the skills you acquired from those things you listed.

Tell you what. Send me a copy of what you got if you'd like me to have a look at it for you. You don't need to include your name, address, personal stuff, just the work and school bits. My email is on my profile. Mention me if sent.

I sent it Sir

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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by King4sure07: 1:15am On Jun 09
budaatum:


All the above and your other skills and abilities are enough for a CV/resumé, unless you are too blind to see what you have achieved so far.

A CV is a marketing tool for yourself. It reflects the contents of the development of your mind more than anything, and from just the resumé you posted above you've tried.

I suggest you get a few books on how to write a CV that sells you because you are much better than the small credit you are currently giving to yourself!

I'm following

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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by NaijaCover(m): 5:05am On Jun 09
Haywhyluv:
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Can I have ur contact bro

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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by budaatum: 7:01am On Jun 09

Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Abid2020(m): 7:03am On Jun 09
Detail your education and work experience impressively on your resume
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by budaatum: 7:25am On Jun 09
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by TosinGeorge: 1:41pm On Jun 09
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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 1:03pm On Jun 10
budaatum:


Stuff you already done is good augmentation you just need to sell yourself better.

Seriously, Albe, you have done more than some, and just need to list the skills you acquired from those things you listed.

Tell you what. Send me a copy of what you got if you'd like me to have a look at it for you. You don't need to include your name, address, personal stuff, just the work and school bits. My email is on my profile. Mention me if sent.

I had already replied you sir

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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by budaatum: 1:10pm On Jun 10
Albertone:

I had already replied you sir

I saw your message. You really need to read more and give yourself time to develop.

Femiblacky, please send this individual a copy of Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman, on my account. And recommend a good book for him on CV/Resume writing please.
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Femiblacky(m): 5:38pm On Jun 10
budaatum:


I saw your message. You really need to read more and give yourself time to develop.

Femiblacky, please send this individual a copy of Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman, on my account. And recommend a good book for him on CV/Resume writing please.


done

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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by budaatum: 5:39pm On Jun 10
Femiblacky:


done

Thank you Sir.

Read books, people!

Femiblacky:
You need some e-books to read?
Romance
Drama
Thriller
Horror
Autobiographies
Academic
And many more...

We are just a message away, you can as well drop the title of the book and we will get it for at a ridiculously cheap price
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by budaatum: 6:20pm On Jun 10
Op, do let me know how you get on with social behaviour, and when you've finished reading tbe book.
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 6:35am On Jun 11
budaatum:


I saw your message. You really need to read more and give yourself time to develop.

Femiblacky, please send this individual a copy of Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman, on my account. And recommend a good book for him on CV/Resume writing please.

Thanks a lot.

I saw it.
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 6:37am On Jun 11
budaatum:
Op, do let me know how you get on with social behaviour and when you've finished reading tbe book.

Through mail?
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by budaatum: 3:52pm On Jun 11
To be followed! All the person's threads!

Cvclue11:
Make a list of your career objectives.
To begin, decide on the type of career you wish to pursue. This is especially crucial for persons who are new to the workforce or changing careers. Family, professors, a career coach, or previous employees can all provide references. Make sure you have a clear and attainable goal, a plan for achieving it, and a list of your qualifications for that professional path. These procedures will assist you in narrowing your job search to positions that you are interested in and will enable you to progress professionally.
Check to see if your resume and cover letter are current. If you need assistance, look online for templates or examples. Provide companies with a list of two to three references and their contact information.

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Create or update your professional networking profile, and keep track of the jobs you've applied for and the interviews you've had in a spreadsheet. Set up a business email account to keep your job hunt messages distinct and structured from your personal emails. Completing these steps before to beginning your job search can help make the process go more smoothly.
Prepare ahead of time.
To get jobs more quickly, organize yourself and your schedule. Check to see if your resume and cover letter are current. If you need assistance, look online for templates or examples. Provide companies with a list of two to three references and their contact information.
Create or update your professional networking profile, and keep track of the jobs you've applied for and the interviews you've had in a spreadsheet. Set up a business email account to keep your job hunt messages distinct and structured from your personal emails. Completing these steps before to beginning your job search can help make the process go more smoothly.
Make use of all available job-search resources.
Take advantage of all job search alternatives rather than limiting yourself to manual Internet searches. Reaching out to firms or hiring managers in person, attending career fairs, browsing social media, or employing a career counseling service are all examples of how to do so. Find employment openings on job boards, corporate websites, professional associations, and more by using job search engines. Sign up for email job updates on a daily or weekly basis.

5. Make your CV unique.

Make sure your resume is tailored to each job you apply for. Examine the job description to see why you'd be a good fit. Then, for that position, include your applicable abilities, experience, and measurable accomplishments.
Hiring managers who are sifting through a large number of resumes should be able to read yours and instantly recognize that you have the qualifications for the job.
Have résumé and cover letter templates ready to customize to make this stage easier. Keep crucial areas like your degree and contact information the identical, but tailor your abilities and previous job responsibilities to the position you're applying for.
Apply with assurance.
Even if you just meet some of the qualifications, apply for jobs you're interested in. Employers may hire motivated individuals who learn quickly and provide on-the-job skill training, depending on the position. Apply if you meet a percentage of a job's requirements but believe you can still succeed in the position. In your resume, include examples of your work ethic and capacity to master new abilities. Emphasize how your objectives are in line with the company's.
8. Arrange for informational interviews to be conducted.
Informal interactions with professionals in an industry or company where you might want to work are known as informational interviews.
Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by budaatum: 3:56pm On Jun 11
Cvclue11:
What is a Curriculum Vitae (Cv)?
Cv stands for curriculum vitae in its entire form (latin for: course of life). A Cv is a document used for academic reasons in the United States, Canada, and Australia. The academic CV in the United States details every aspect of your academic experience. Cv is the counterpart of an American resume in other nations. It's what you use to apply for employment.
Sections of a CV Should Be Ordered Properly
Contact Information in the Cv Header
Cv Objective or Cv Summary: Personal Profile
Experiential Learning
Education is really important.
Capabilities
Sections Not Included
When filling in the sections, always keep in mind the gold Cv formatting rules:

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1. Use typefaces that are easy to read.
Choose one of the basic Cv fonts, such as Arial, Tahoma, or Helvetica if you like sans-serif fonts, or Times New Roman or Bookman Old Style if you like serif fonts.
Use a font size of 11 to 12 pt and single spacing. Choose a font size of 14 to 16 pt for your name and section titles.
2. Maintain a consistent Cv layout.
All four sides should have one-inch margins.
Make your Cv headers consistent in size and boldness, but avoid using italics or underlining.
On your Cv, use a single dates format, such as 11-2017 or November 2017.
3. Avoid cramming gimmicky visuals on your Cv.
Less is more in this case.
Recruiters require some breathing room, so white space is your buddy.
Plus, your Cv will almost always be printed in black ink on white paper once you send it out. It may become unreadable if there are too many graphics.
4. Remove photographs from your Cv.
Unless the job posting specifically requests that you submit a photograph.
If this is the case, choose a professional-looking photo that isn't as rigid as an ID photo.
Make your Cv as short as possible and as relevant as possible.
Don't be one of those applicants trapped in the 1990s who believes their Cvs must cover every detail about their lives.

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Re: Recommend How To Be Professional As An Undergraduate. by Albertone(m): 9:08pm On Jun 11
budaatum:
To be followed! All the person's threads!


Okay sir

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