Enhance skills at career fair


Professional resume writer Hans Toh conducting a resume clinic at the K3G career fair

PETALING JAYA: Job seekers and top companies will be brought together under one roof for the Career and Entrepreneur Fair (K3G) under the Education Ministry.

The fair, which started yesterday and ends tomorrow, was put together after its huge success last year.

Those who attend will have the chance to talk to potential employers as they search for greener pastures.

MyStarJob Network’s job portal, myStarjob.com, will also take part in the fair.

“Career fairs are a great opportunity for job seekers and employers to interact outside the more formal setting of an interview,” MyStarJob Network Sdn Bhd head Serm Teck Choon said.

“We will showcase opportunities in skill enhancement in the form of resume and interview clinics, among other things,” he said.

The resume and interview clinics will help job seekers polish their resume writing skills and knowledge in attending interviews.

Hans Toh, a professional resume writer, will offer his advice while Sherin Callay and Michelle Tan from image consultancy Chapter One are set to give tips on corporate image branding and what to do when attending an interview.

The fair is held at Tun Abdul Razak Hall 3 and 4 of the PWTC in Kuala Lumpur.

myStarjob.com, the Star Media Group’s job portal, is developed and managed by MyStarJob Network Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Star Publications (M) Bhd.

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