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Empowering Your Job Skills
Practicum in Culinary Arts
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Résumé
It is a brief, concise overview of your:
▪ Education
▪ Work Experience
▪ Qualifications
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Employment Portfolio
▪ An interview tool
▪ Can help your present your skills and accomplishments to a potential
employer
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Why An E-Portfolio?
▪ Electronic Portfolios (E-Portfolios) are easy for potential employers
to access and use
▪ Employer can access and review the contents of the portfolio
anytime
▪ Easy to share with others on the interviewing team
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What Is an Interview?
▪ A formal meeting between an employer and job applicant
▪ You will be judged by the first impression you make
▪ Be prepared
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Panel Interview
▪ An interview that involves interviewing more than one person at the
same time
▪ Each panel member takes turns to ask questions relevant to their
interests
▪ After the interview the candidate can be discussed and rated from
each member's perspective
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Rehearse Beforehand
▪ Practicing situations you may encounter in a job interview
▪ Try the following:
▪ Practice with a friend
▪ Tape record yourself
▪ Practice in front of a mirror
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Interview Success Includes:
▪ Being on time
▪ Dressing conservatively
▪ Watching your body language
▪ Monitoring your response time to questions
▪ Giving a firm handshake
▪ Maintain good eye contact
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What Qualities is an Interviewer Looking For?
▪ Good appearance
▪ A well-spoken and poised person
▪ Enthusiastic and friendly
▪ Able to give honest, sincere answers
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What Qualities is an Interviewer Looking For?
▪ Good appearance
▪ A well-spoken and poised person
▪ Enthusiastic and friendly
▪ Able to give honest, sincere answers
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Questions You Should Be Prepared to Ask at the Interview
▪ Salary
▪ Hours of work
▪ Benefits available
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An Interviewer Cannot Ask About:
▪ Race
▪ Age
▪ Marital status
▪ Children
▪ Illnesses
▪ Lawsuits
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Behavior-Based Interview Technique and the STAR Formula
▪ More companies are using the behavior-based interview technique.
▪ Situation or Task
▪ Action
▪ Result
▪ It helps identify the best qualified candidate for the job
▪ It is based on the premise of past behavior
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Adapted from Grossnickle Career Services Center
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Job Interviews
Interview tips to land that job! Watch this video to learn how to ace
your next job interview
Interview Dos and Don'ts
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Job Interviews for Teens
For any job interview, it's important to impress the interviewer from the
moment you arrive. Learn what you should and should not do during
the interview so you can avoid embarrassing faux pas!
Job Interview Tips for Teens
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What Is an Internship?
▪ Provides real-world experience
▪ You are able to gain relevant knowledge and skills needed on a
particular job
▪ Make connections that are invaluable in developing a strong
professional network for the future.
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Careers in Culinary Arts
▪ Bakers
▪ Dieticians
▪ Chefs and Head Cooks
▪ Nutritionists
▪ Cooks
▪ Food Scientists
▪ Food and Beverage Servers
▪ Demonstration Product
▪ Food Preparation Workers
Promoters
▪ Food Service Managers
▪ Waiters and Waitresses
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References and Resources
Images:
▪ Microsoft Clip Art
Textbook:
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Culinary essentials..(2010). Woodland Hills, CA: Glencoe/McGraw Hill.
Websites:
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Achieve Texas
AchieveTexas which is an education initiative designed to prepare students for a lifetime of success. It allows students to
achieve excellence by preparing them for secondary and postsecondary opportunities, career preparation and advancement,
meaningful work, and active citizenship.
H
ttp://www.achievetexas.org/
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Career Builder
Six Tips for a Perfect Handshake
http://www.careerbuilder.com/Article/CB-431-Getting-Hired-Six-Tips-for-a-Perfect-Handshake/
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Job Hunter's Guide
Introduction to job hunting, Assess, Prepare, Search, Contact, Interview, Work, Case Studies and Special Topics.
http://www.twc.state.tx.us/news/tjhg/toc.html
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References and Resources
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Job Hunter's Guide
Introduction to job hunting, Assess, Prepare, Search, Contact, Interview, Work, Case Studies and Special Topics.
http://www.twc.state.tx.us/news/tjhg/toc.html
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Occupational Outlook Handbook
Teacher’s Guide
http://www.bls.gov/ooh/About/Teachers-Guide.htm
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Occupational Outlook Handbook
The nation’s premier source for career information
http://www.bls.gov/ooh/
YouTube:
▪ Interviews Dos and Don’tsUploaded by VaultVideo on May 4, 2007. Interview tips to land that job! Watch this video to learn how to ace your next job
interview
http://youtu.be/S1ucmfPOBV8
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Job Interview Tips for Teens
For any job interview, it's important to impress the interviewer from the moment you arrive. Learn what you should and should not
do during the interview so you can avoid embarrassing faux pas
http://video.about.com/jobsearch/Job-Interview-Tips-for-Teens.htm
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