For Sookmyungians who want to get a job in the first half of 2022, Sookmyung Women's University Job Center held the <First Half Employment Preparation Program>. The program, which ran from February 21 to 24, invited all students including graduates to participate. Applications for participation were made through SNOWAY, and participants were sent the ID and password of the ZOOM meeting through the Smart Sookmyung app on the day of the lecture. The program was divided into four sections: recruitment trends, preparation methods, self-introduction letter improvement, and enhancing interview skills. In the third lecture, consultant Lee Jungmin explained how to write a self-introduction letter based on the applicant's competency. To begin, recent keywords in the recruitment market such as occasional recruitment, AI, and job suitability were presented. Based on this recruitment trend, Lee commented on what preparations should be made before writing a letter of self-introduction. Next, she explained how to write a full-fledged self-introduction. She stressed the importance of considering priorities when selecting the subject matter and experience of the letter. Also, she suggested a way to express one's experiences in detail. Continually, through an example of a self-introduction letter, she gave students helpful tips. Presenting examples centered on keywords such as communication, creativity, and global, she talked about which job or company could be connected with these keywords. Students taking the course could refer to the good and bad points in these cases. Preparation methods were also introduced for questions that companies generally ask, such as growth processes, strengths and weaknesses of personality, and motivation for the application. Finally, she recommended students get a self-introduction letter correction from time to time through career counseling at SNOWAY. Through this program, students not only acquired useful information before preparing for employment but also had time to check the direction of their self-introduction.