I'm so grateful that I found Maple Career early in my search. The fact that my mentor was kind enough to meet me for a free consultation and give me tips on my resume in our first meeting, was so impressive. I learned so much then that it completely changed the way I applied for jobs. And he even showed me the grammar and spelling errors that another resume editing service had put into my resume and cover letter! They have deep connections in marketing too, something I hadn't found anywhere else. The networking session was what really helped me find my dream job.
Thanks Maple Career!
Without Maple Career, I wouldn't have my dream job today. Thank you, Tom, for telling me what I needed to hear and not what I wanted to hear. I found that Tom was so committed that he would be there any time for me, early in the mornings or late at night. I felt lucky to have him supporting me, and as a friend. With him, I reached a new level and got over ten interviews and a few job offers! Thanks guys!
I learned about Maple Career from a friend. I would admit that I'm a little passive sometimes, but Jonathan went the extra mile for me every time. He offered me additional mock interview sessions before my interviews, and even reached out for me on LinkedIn. He never gave up on me, and it gave me hope in the tough times. After months of job searching, I finally received my dream offer. I would highly recommend you invest in yourself with Maple Career.
I became a very close friend with one the of mentors Danielle, during the the first session I had with her, we immediately built a connection. She is super friendly, and passionate about her job. She shared many consulting industry insights, helped me tailored my offer till perfection, and even referred me to recruiters from her network. After all the effort, we put in, I got my offer during the hiring season. I'm going to keep in touch with her, and keep learning from her!
I'm a new immigrant to Canada. Coming to a new country at an age of mid 30 is not easy. I worked as a team leader back in China, and had never had trouble of finding a job. But because of my poor language ability, I had a hard time finding an ideal position. After the first 1-hr free session with MapleCareer, I knew that I could trust them. They designed an English tutoring course just for me, on top of their job coaching services. Now I have not only launched my career in Toronto, but also adapted to the culture here.
I'm a big fan of Jonathan, haha, I always say that he looks like Korean Obba. Like most international students, I got my undergraduate degree in Canada, and had no clue on how to find jobs . I had some internship experiences in China, and Jon taught me how to bring out these highlights on my resume. After the first edit, I started to have interviews rolling in, and got a few offers after all.