The University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI), a Canadian educational institute has initiated to help international student gain proficiency in English language so that they can secure jobs during and after their studies. According to the instructor Bonnie Stewart, the students are skillful but they have to communicate those skills in ways that equal what employers expect from candidates. Bonnie Stewart highlights the problem of the students where the students cannot decide whether to put their previous experience from their home country in the resumes or not. She clears the doubt advising that the skills student carry will benefit them and they should recognize the competencies they have. The class provided to students consists of two parts, which includes online modules and face-to-face workshops. The student resumes are prepared first, and then students role-play the interviews and provide feedback to develop the practical skills for an interview. These classes are a good initiation for students to receive an on-hand practice to face an interview for job.