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November 27, 2021 11:06

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As part of a career intensive, students and graduates of universities were taught to write a resume, pass an interview, and correctly assess the cost of their services in the labor market.

Where to find a job? What is the right way to behave in an interview? What to write on your resume? How to find out about salary? Almost every student, and even more so a university graduate, faces such questions. For them, within the framework of the VRabote project, a four-day intensive career development “Release” took place, which covered more than 800 thousand students from all over Russia.

During the intensive course, 14 experts, including representatives of well-known employers, career coaches and HR specialists, held lectures and master classes with an analysis of numerous cases when looking for a job – key mistakes when writing a resume, self-presentation, interviewing, tricky employer questions, legal employment registration, personal brand when applying for a job and much more.

“Graduate is a unique opportunity for graduates and students not only to understand the modern job market with all its innovations, but also to start their career. For our team, the results of the intensive are very pleasant: more than 800 thousand people from 350 universities were with us in an online format, ”said Amir Sarakov, head of the VRabote project.

In addition, at the end of the intensive, 25 of its participants formed a personnel reserve. Now each of them will be accompanied by project mentors for three months.

“We are actively developing career strategies with them, choosing a development trajectory for the near future, conducting consultations, adjusting resumes and offering current vacancies,” said Amir Sarakov.

“Now I can easily pass any interview …”

Ilya Gusarevich is a fourth-year student at the Russian State University named after A.N. Kosygin in the direction of “Informatics and Computer Engineering”. Ilya has been familiar with the VRabote project for a long time, so he was happy to join the Vypazai intensive course.

“My university friends and I attended all of the face-to-face lectures. The most interesting moment was the analysis of the resume: the experts pointed out our mistakes and helped to correct them in order to send the resume to the companies of interest to us, ”says Ilya.

It was this practice, in his opinion, that became the most useful for almost every listener. In addition, Ilya also noted lectures on correct behavior during an interview: “This is already the second stage of job search, but probably the most important one. Each of us has learned a lot for ourselves, which will certainly help in our future career. “

Alena Molochnikova is not expected to graduate soon – she is a first-year student at the Russian State Social University. However, employment issues are of concern to her now.

“I received a lot of useful knowledge. Now I can easily go through any interview, negotiate a salary acceptable to me. In addition, from now on I know exactly what to look for when concluding contracts. Let it out turned out to be extremely useful and exciting for me. I was able not only to act as a listener, but also to receive feedback, make useful and interesting acquaintances. “

Anastasia Chubarova is a future designer of light industry products. And at the moment, Anastasia is a fourth-year student at the Russian State University named after A.N. Kosygin.

“Now that the training is coming to an end, it is very important to understand in which direction you can develop and grow, how to find a job, how to behave in interviews. Most of all, I remember the training with the analysis of our resumes and the rules for writing it. It seemed to me that it was perfect for me, but it turned out that I made a bunch of mistakes, ”says Anastasia.

The Graduate Intensive helped her to structure her knowledge and understand what skills one needs to have for a successful job search. After all, it is important to find not only a well-paid position, but also a job that will bring pleasure and help to develop.

The Intensive Release was organized by the VRabote project with the support of the Moscow Youth project office, the Association of Students and Student Associations of the capital and the capital Public Relations and Youth Policy Committee… Next year, according to the organizers, a second intensive is planned, which will be even more ambitious than the first.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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