Two days ago, my employment counselor spoke with me about my job search. I told him that I needed some help with my cover letter and resume. I also said that I would like to know more about the current job market. After our meeting, I saw my friend in a shopping center. I spoke English to him because he didn't understand my native language. This is what I said to him.
(ex) My friend asked me, "Where did go you?"
I replied, "I went to see my employment counselor and asked him to help me with my cover letter and resume."
He asked, "How did your meeting go?"
I said, "He put me in a few job search workshops (for) next week."
My example tells a true story about my job search. I use the past tense of "to put" in my last response because my employment counselor already put me in the workshops which will take place next week.
I would like to ask a question.
Do I need the word "for" in my last response?