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We accept all CVs/ résumés as emailed attachments in Word or pdf format. (Please do not fax your CV/ résumé, and please do not send it in the body of an email.) You can send them to email@example.com. We review all CVs/ résumés upon reception and confidentiality is respected at all times.
Some other tips to keep in mind:
- Please keep your CV to a reasonable number of pages, focusing on making the most relevant and recent information easy to find. Longer CVs tend to dilute the information. For other tips scroll down to Tips and Links in the next section below.
- There is no need to send both English and French CVs; we will review only one of them, therefore please choose the original version (i.e., not the translated version).
- Make sure your contact information is clear and accurate. Please put your name on every page of your CV.
- Your CV should have your full name in the file name (e.g., “John Smith CV.doc” and not simply “CV September 2010.doc”).
For more substantial tips on how to write your CV, please scroll down to Tips and Links in the next section below.
Tips and Links
We are always on the lookout for interesting and relevant resources and reading material. If you see something you like (in English or French), email the individual article link to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also let us know (at the same email address) if anything below should be updated or deleted.
Note that all of the following links were available to the public for free at the time of posting, though you may have to register. However, if you are a graduate of one of the universities referenced (or another), remember that you may have access to many other resources reserved for alumni only. In addition, not all of the links below are to Canadian sites but they are still relevant for some useful tips nonetheless.
Working on Your CV/ Résumé
McGill University: Career Planning Service – CV Writing Guide
CV.ca: General CV Tips
HEC Montréal: CV tips (available in French only)
Monster: Résumés and Letters
Quintessential Careers: Resume and CV Resources
Tips and Tools for Resume Building
Interview Tips and Practice Questions
McGill University: Career Planning Service – Interview Guide
Quintessential Careers: Job Interview Questions
Jobboom: Interview Guide
McGill University: Legal interview questions
Legal Interview Tips
General Interview Tips
General Links to Other Helpful Sites (general career information and tips, including the topics covered above)
McGill University: Law Faculty Career Development Office
Université de Montréal : Centre de développement professionnel (French only)
HEC Montréal: Career Management Services
McGill University: Career Planning Service
Concordia University: Career and Placement Services
Université de Montréal : Services aux étudiants (French only)
Université de Québec à Montréal: Information scolaire et insertion professionnelle (French only)
The Globe and Mail: Careers
Workopolis: Career Resources
Jobboom: Career Zone
Monster: Career Tools
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