ASET's Job Search Webinar for New Canadians

New to Canada? The job search process and cover letter/resume format might look different than what you’re used to. This new workshop, led by veteran Career Coach Christy Ciezki, is designed to provide insights and tips to help you position yourself as a standout candidate. You’ll learn to build a winning resume and cover letter that get noticed.

Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • understand what to include and exclude in a Canadian resume and some common mistakes to avoid when writing a Canadian-style resume
  • understand the different types of resume formats that have the most impact
  • effectively design your resume with helpful tips
  • sell your skills (both soft and technical); and
  • increase your job search knowledge.

There will also be a short presentation from ASET staff on the benefits of association membership. A Q&A with both speakers will follow the session.

Format: Zoom webinar - login information will be sent out to you shortly after you receive your order confirmation email1 2.
Date: Wednesday, 8 September 2021
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. MDT
Cost: FREE

1 When registering for the webinar, make sure to proceed to checkout to ensure you are fully registered. If you do not receive an order confirmation email (please check any junk or quarantined folders), please contact Alison Carter, Events Experience Coordinator.

2 Non-ASET members wishing to register need to create an ASET web account to complete their registration.


About the presenter

Christy Ciezki

Christy Ciezki is a professional human resources consultant with Western Management Consultants (WMC) in Edmonton.

She brings 15+ years’ experience in human resources, career development, and training design and delivery. She’s spent time in both the private sector and the federal government, where she worked as a career coach and trainer for eight years.

As an executive search consultant, recruiter and career coach, Ciezki has expertise in the job search process, understanding what employers are looking for and how candidates can position themselves for success.

Ciezki served as the vice president, corporate alumni relations on the University of Alberta alumni council from 2016 to 2019, and currently serves as a senator. She holds a bachelor of science (psychology) and a master’s degree in adult education from the University of Alberta.