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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 192302 5-Mar-2016 19:31
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I am graduating  from the University of Auckland this July, I am currently studying Bsc and also doing CCNA  . This is my last semester therefore I am still not able to apply for any full time jobs as I have Uni, however  I am trying to get some training on the field as either system admin or network engineer. I have no experience although I have customer service and IT intern- .NET developer experience.  Could anyone please guide me.

 

I am new here, so if this is not the place for looking for job opportunities please excuse me. I am just trying everywhere possible to get some real experience.

 

Kindly Thank you, Any advice is much appreciated.  


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1506623 5-Mar-2016 21:24
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One tip, make sure you get your CCNA certification.

 

Most of the CV's I see its only the theory and no certification.




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1506629 5-Mar-2016 21:32
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Thank you, yes I am working towards to it. Thank you for your kind advise. 


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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 1506739 6-Mar-2016 08:15
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Does it have to be in Auckland? Keen for a graduate in BOP or Waikato



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1506760 6-Mar-2016 09:41
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Yes please, I am in Auk and prefer to stick around in Auk at least till I completely finish the degree. Thanks though. 


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