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Career Resource Centre
The University of Winnipeg - 515 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2E9
123 Balmoral Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba firstname.lastname@example.org
R6B 9K8 (204) 555-0000
Manitoba Family Services and Housing
Phone: (204) 555-5421
Prairie Theatre Exchange
Phone: (204) 235-4521
Dean: Faculty of Education
The University of Winnipeg
Phone: (204) 786-9281
A good reference candidate should be someone who bolsters and confirms the details of your resume and offers
positive feedback regarding your work or educational skills and experience.
Your list of references should include:
-Former and/or current supervisors
-Colleagues and/or subordinates
-Former customers and/or clients
-Contacts from work-related associations or volunteer work.
You need to know what all your references will say.
-Ask your potential reference for permission to
use them prior to giving their name and phone
-Volunteering is a great way to acquire new skills
and get a reference
Supply your reference with a copy of your
resume so they’re aware of your skills
Once you have an interview, notify your
reference that they can expect a call
Provide the interviewer with a list of 3
- Have your references on a separate sheet. -
Don’t include references with your resume
unless specifically requested to do so
Keep in touch with your references… you never
know when you’ll need them!
- Take your references to the interview.