It’s about time you put the 6th November in your diary! ? Why?
Committing to extra-curricular experience alongside university can be a daunting decision to make. Studying seems to take up 99.9% of your time already, so the idea of committing to anything else can seem like a wholly impossible task. On the other hand, with constant reminders of how competitive the graduate job hunt can be, and just how many applicants there are for each job (around 118!), having some extra-curricular experience under your belt might just be the difference between landing an interview, or not.
This event, taking place 10am-4pm on 6th June 2018, is chock-full of workshops and opportunities designed to help you bag your dream job after university. You’ll want to check this out:
12 awards, from 12 employers, for 12 students to become the Undergraduate of the Year 2018!
The Teacher Recruitment Fair is taking place next Saturday 13th January.
The recent press uproar over Jack Maynard’s tweets, Snapchat images and other alleged inappropriate behaviour led to the famous YouTube Vlogger leaving the top rated ITV show ‘I’m a celebrity…Get me out of here!’ last week. These events have highlighted, yet again, the need to watch what you say and do via social media. Nothing is ever really deleted.
The Careers team will be hosting a careers cafe event, specifically for disabled students on 6th December in AH3.31. Enjoy a cup of tea and some cake whilst meeting employers and alumni who have experience of working/coping with disability in the workplace.
If you are hoping to bag yourself an opportunity at the Health and Business School’s Fairs, good, confident networking skills are a must!
Are you interested in working in health and wellbeing? Would you like to find out about the range of opportunities available to you?
Career Development will be hosting the annual Health and Wellbeing Job Fair in Augustine Hall, on Wednesday 8th November 2017 from 12-3pm.