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Upload your 10-second introduction video clip - e.g., "Hi, I'm Alice, and I'm a third-year student at University of Toronto!"
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Upload your 30-second video clip describing an educational/career highlight you are most proud of. Quantify your results if possible.
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Upload your 20-second video clip describing your strongest skills/attributes. What do you bring to the job on day one?
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Helpful Tips for Recording your Video Clips

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Lighting

Natural light is best. Make sure that the light source, ideally a window, is not behind you, but in front of you. If filming at night, a lamp will suffice, but make sure the light source is even or just above your head.

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Sound

Don't sit too far away from your laptop's microphone, make sure it's quiet around you and be cognisant of acoustics and echos. Choose a place where you can minimise disruptions, ideally with decent acoustics.

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Use Your Laptop to Record the Video Clips

Use PhotoBooth or just your laptop webcam to record your clips. Look into the camera lens - don't look at yourself. If you want to use your phone, don't hold it, rather place it at eye-level and film horizontally. It's up to you to decide whether you'd like to prominently feature your background or not.

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Be Yourself

Don't read from a script. This is your opportunity to show employers, not who you are on paper, but who you are as a person. Let your personality shine through. Do prepare though and make a bulleted list of the major elements you want to highlight in each clip.

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