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The best answer to this question shouldn’t be “Your boss” or “Retired drinking mimosas on the beach in Mexico”.
a generic answer that equates to brown nosing, but rather an imaginative response that outlines how you would like to be regarded as a professional and a team player.
Aside from the sigh of relief that it’s over, what else should you do after an interview? More than anything an interview can be a learning opportunity and there’s a few ways that you can get something out of it – even if it’s not the job.
It’s inevitable when you walk out of an important meeting like an interview to think, doh, why didn’t I mention that! All the more reason to ensure you send a follow up letter.
It's always a good idea to keep copies of relevant information about a job application.
Being well prepared before the interview is the best thing you can do to show the prospective employer that you are the right choice for the position.
When responding to selection criteria it is important to give concrete examples of how you have responded to situations or of your achievements.
Essentially, you want your letter to summarise and compliment your resume and point a prospective employer to the most relevant parts of your application. It also allows you to add a personal touch.
ADELAIDE FESTIVAL: For three misfit teenage boys, the ritual of the school dance is a challenge like no other.
DREAMWORKS: The jaw-dropping special effects in this live show can’t hide the gargantuan production’s curious lack of heart.
Freelance writing may seem like an unsteady career path, but it can also be one of the most rewarding.
No stranger to arts education, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival is aiming to provide more opportunities to kids around Australia through the launch of the Deadly Funny Kids program.
One pitch. One page. One theme. For a three-minute short film. That’s it. Honestly. Open to secondary school students in NSW and Victoria. Closing March 14.
A new prize open to any undergraduate studying in any course at any university in Australia and in any form of creative writing.
Australia’s national screen arts and broadcast school, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) has released details of its 2012 OPEN program for schools in NSW.
Any school in NSW can be in the house from 2012 through the new Digital Education Program developed by the Sydney Opera House for primary and secondary students and their teachers.
The Malthouse Theatre's new-look arts in education program aims to develop the next generation of arts leaders by supporting teachers to remain themselves inspired and engaged.
Opera Australia conductor and assistant music director, Tony Legge takes masterclasses in this addition to the suite of education services at Opera Australia.
Head of Music at Marist College Ashgrove in Queensland, Andrew Butt is a 2011 National Award Winner for Excellence in School Music Education.
Pamela Creed from the National Institute of Circus Arts spoke to ArtsHub just days after returning from Paris networking the European Federation of Professional Circus Schools.
This book offers compelling evidence of the power of the arts in raising education levels and improving students' sense of wellbeing.
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