Next September, I'm starting a certificate in Human Resources Management at the University of Montreal!
RESO has professionals who offer help that I feel is valuable. It's motivating, well structured and above all, not based on illusions. It's about being realistic and seeing what you can do according to your skills. Yes, there were days when I had the impression that nothing was happening. Sometimes I lost courage, but I remained active in my research.
Subsequently, I chose a satisfactory job. It took me a considerable effort to participate in a process to reach the job market. By cons, I took the help offered; I wanted to work and I gave myself some time to reach my goal. It's quite a winner formula.
After having worked for more than 10 years in retail stores, Stefanie L. decided to study in secretarial work. She completed her DEP in May. After two months of intensive research, 50 CVs later and only two or three interviews, Stephanie went to RESO.
With the support of our expert consultants in job search, she worked hard on a CV by skills that made all the difference, learned to make personalized letters and developed new strategies in her approach.
In less than two months, she finally landed the job of her dreams as secretary in a school board near her home.
Eric is a man who has had difficult experiences in the past. Accompanied by RESO, he attended a vocational training in general building maintenance and he had the help of a counselor from the Center for Assistance to the Unemployed (CASE).
He then took advantage of the FIT project which allowed him to join a recognized company. With great determination, courage and support, Eric has found a full-time job in an area he loves.