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Résumés provide prospective employers with a snapshot of an applicant’s qualifications and experience, set out in a clear and concise way.
In our modern world of international job opportunities, or even local ones in the time of a pandemic, online interviews are now normal.
Once your stellar résumé has caught an employer’s attention, the next step is an interview.
Surrounded by world-class financial and legal firms, those starting out on their career paths in Cayman may feel funnelled into these areas of expertise.
The organisation 100 Women in Finance has expanded its existing youth mentoring offering in the Cayman Islands to include young women in local high schools and universities.
While the pandemic’s effects on schooling may have faded into the not-so-distant past here on-island, Caymanian students overseas are still dealing with restrictions. Whether social distancing, the inability to get home, or attending university virtually from Cayman, here are three students’ experiences.
Cayman offers a wide range of education and training opportunities to get ready for the workforce. Here’s a round-up of schools and organisations on-island to help set you on the right track.
The recently formed Cayman Islands Regiment serves not only to help the country in times of crisis but is an excellent training ground for leadership and skills important in all careers.
Nineteen-year-old Matthew McLaughlin’s job as a deckhand disappeared when the tourism sector was hit by the COVID-19 crisis last year.
As technology advances rapidly, so does the need for the skills that drive this progress.
Government and private organisations offer scholarships to educate Cayman Islands’ youth, and avoid financial constraints from keeping the best and brightest students from achieving their dreams.