Choose, plan, and organize an event.
Research and collect data about a long-term, contractual purchase, like a cell phone and data plan.
Use G Suite to help you search for job opportunities, explore career sites, write a resume, submit applications, and practice interviewing.
Create a project charter document, track project details in a spreadsheet, estimate and manage expenses in a spreadsheet, and build a slides presentation to update project progress.
Whether you want to enter or return to the workforce, pick up some side work, or start a new career, looking for a job can be intimidating.
There’s a lot to do: search for job opportunities, explore career sites, write a resume, submit applications, and practice interviewing.
But Google’s suite of applications, called “G Suite,” can help in *every step* of your job search.
In the following activities, you will: Create and share a job guide with tips and ideas for finding a job in your area; Create a job search plan to track tasks and job search progress; Search for open positions using Google's job search feature and track the jobs you’re applying for; Write a resume; And practice interview techniques.
The digital skills you learn in this course will help you well *after* you’ve gotten a job.
Many jobs require familiarity with digital technology like word-processing and spreadsheet software.
You can carry these skills with you into the workforce.
By the time you finish, you will be ready to submit your applications and finish your search to get a new job.
Move on to the first activity to get started!