The GMCA is now welcoming submissions for our 2021 Resume Clinic. Our executive team will review submitted resumes and provide feedback and edits in exchange for a ‘pay-what-you-can’ donation to True North Aid.
Our team is committed to supporting reconciliation efforts that will make Canada a safe, equitable and inclusive space for our Indigenous communities. Your donation to True North Aid supports the organization in providing practical humanitarian assistance to northern Indigenous communities. These initiatives cover resource provision, youth empowerment, and reconciliation education. Together, these efforts aim to empower Indigenous communities and promote awareness and reconciliation in Canada.
To participate in the Resume Clinic, please submit your resume and a “proof-of-donation" by September 1st, 2021, 11:59 PM EDT. Your generosity and support of this cause is greatly appreciated.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMISSION
Step 1: Please make a “pay-what-you-can” donation to the True North Aid using the button to the right.
Step 2: Upload your resume using the submission form below as a one-page .pdf file in the following naming format: firstname_lastname_GMCAresumeclinic.pdf
Step 3: Upload a screen shot of your donation confirmation (a screen shot of your confirmation email/webpage) with the submission form as a .pdf file in the following naming format: firstname_lastname_GMCAproofdonation.pdf
WHAT TO EXPECT
A package containing:
- General Resume Writing Tips on how to tailor your resume to the consulting profession
- Your resume annotated with suggestions by members of the GMCA Executive team
- A page of your top three strengths and top three areas of improvement
We will try to get your resume back to you via email within 72-hours of submission; however, this is not 100% guaranteed. Please note that these suggestions are unbiased qualitative opinions on your resume and you may choose to implement them as you see fit.