Getting started with career planning – breaking the procrastination cycle


Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com A few weeks ago we shared a blog on how to get started when you don’t know what to do but what if you can’t get started because procrastination keeps getting in the way?  Procrastination is avoidance of a task. When you need to start an essay but you put … Continue reading Getting started with career planning – breaking the procrastination cycle

Looking after yourself and others this term – a note from our Volunteering Team


By Sophie Almack, Volunteering and Enterprise Communications Officer Hello!  All of us here in Careers and Placements want to wish you a very warm welcome to the Summer Term. We hope you’ve had a restful vacation and are keeping safe and well.  We’re currently living through some unique times and the most important thing is … Continue reading Looking after yourself and others this term – a note from our Volunteering Team

Meet our panellists – Lakechia Jeanne, Founder of Girls in Science


The fourth panellist we're featuring for Careers In... is Lakechia Jeanne. Lakechia is a Biomedical Scientist and founder of Girls in Science . She'll be on our panel for careers in Social Mission tonight! My career journey at this point in time is a little short. I graduated from York just over a year ago, … Continue reading Meet our panellists – Lakechia Jeanne, Founder of Girls in Science

Using your History of Art degree: working in an auction house


Have you thought about a career in an auction house? History of Art lecturer Nicola Sinclair recently caught up with York grad Savannah Holmes to find out about her job at Christie’s auction house. Savannah works in the Estates, Appraisals and Evaluations department, getting to interact directly with all kinds of art. Here’s what we … Continue reading Using your History of Art degree: working in an auction house