Making a good Impression: Tips for Job Applications
A good application opens the door to your dream job. It is a bit like a business card: It leaves behind an important first impression. The more convincing it is, the better. For some, it is not so easy to summarize everything important about themselves. We have compiled the most important tips to make this task easier.
When, how – and then?
It is best to apply a year in advance for a training or apprenticeship position, even better if you apply before the summer vacation. You simply submit the summer school report to us later. You send the application by regular mail or online – whichever you prefer. You then get an appointment for a personal meeting so we can get to know you and an appointment for a placement test. After the evaluation, we will get back to you with the results.
What is a good written Application?
Crumpled pages, stains on the paper or spelling errors are not so great when your application comes by mail. Just imagine that the application is your business card. If you make an effort, it will be worth it in the long run and provide you with the best chance of getting the job.
What documents do you need?
Send a cover letter and your CV, please without errors, and addressed to the right person. Also, your last two certificates or school reports are important for us. If you have other certificates from schools or internships, add them. That makes a good impression with us as well.
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