Congratulations on your place at Canterbury Christ Church University! Now that you’ve got a place, it’s time to start thinking about how you are going to fund your living expenses for your time at the University.
There’s an app for that…
I don’t think I need to tell you, apps are big news these days! From maps to photo editing to online banking, apps have certainly changed the way we live, send and receive information.
Our next Top 10 Feature on The CORE is the super-functional job search engine. Use this tool to search for jobs sourced by the Career Development team and opportunities from across the country powered by Indeed.
Ah the trusty CV builder! This may well be your first interaction with The CORE. If you’ve never written a CV before, if you’re creating a brand new targeted/graduate CV, or if you’re trying to cut years of experience down to the (standard) required 2 pages, the CV builder is a great place to start!
We’ve only just left the Easter bank holiday weekend behind and there’s another one just around the corner! Hope you’re all getting stuck into revision/assignments! Take a look at what we’ve got in this week’s newsletter:
Would you benefit from a Work Experience Fund (WEF)?
Are you looking for work experience, but finding it financially difficult to take up the opportunity you really want? Then you may be eligible to benefit from the Work Experience Fund!
We’re already nearing the Easter weekend and Term 3 is just around the corner! Whether you’re wrapping up an assignment, revising for upcoming exams or working to save up funds for the summer, we figured that this calm before the storm was the best time to offer you some pearly pearls of wisdom. Save, bookmark or print for future reference!
Job hunting in the digital age. It’s not all fun and games!
As the demand for graduate jobs increases, the way in which candidates need to apply is continually adapting. Check out these examples of recruiters using online game technology to teach, build upon and assess candidates’ skills:
In the very apt words of Bob Dylan, times certainly are changing.
50 years ago, no one would have thought about staring and tapping at a glass and metal block to look for and apply for jobs. But it’s 2017, times are changing, and the world of employment is changing with them.
We recently got in touch with Human Resources Management graduate Chris Wright, to hear about his experiences and successes since graduation.
Chris’s positivity and achievements are a fantastic example of how, whether or not you are affected by physical or mental impairments, you can overcome and succeed in whatever you want.