The Foreign Language Institute of Kansas City imparts linguistic acumen to eager students of all levels with classes in up to 14 languages, all taught by native speakers and utilizing the latest in multimedia teaching methods. Classes last 1.5 hours each week for 10 weeks and are limited to 12 students, allowing for dosages of student-teacher interaction normally only available by prescription. Courses fill on a first-come-first-serve basis, so students must go online and declare their educational intentions in English.
With human-resources consultants, recruiters, and career coaches on staff, the management at Cornerstone Consulting Group aims to create a one-stop-shop to match its clients with fulfilling careers. Staffers help both sides by using keywords to make résumés and cover letters stand out from the crowd and teaching employers how to verify applications and evaluate skills. They also provide career coaching to help those looking to transition to a new field as well as people who want to develop a trajectory within their current company. For applicants seeking entry-level jobs, Cornerstone provides job-readiness training with custom attention focused on skill development.
The task of choosing a college looms over high-school seniors like the threat of forgetting to wear pants to the SAT. That's why higher-education experts at The College Program invented the College Game Report. The tool aids nerve-wracked students and parents by easily breaking down their top choices into two categories: colleges and statistics, and financial outlook. The colleges-and-statistics portion of the report compiles a list of 50 potential universities based on the pupil's preferences, including location, potential majors, and academic achievements. The financial-outlook section gives those footing the bill a better idea of realistic postgrad goals in terms of paying down student loans.
Resume Writer Webs helps job seekers to stand out in a sea of applicants with a unique approach: they enlist the help of executive-level professionals who make hiring decisions at their own companies. Clients discuss their qualifications during a telephone interview that lasts 30–60 minutes before skilled writers compose cover letters and résumés highlighting those qualifications. The executive advisors then provide feedback and writers make any changes that they recommend. A final phone call to clients ensures satisfaction with the finished product.
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