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

Assessment Centres – what they are and how to prepare


By Zoë MittonZoë is the Regional University Partnerships Manager for FDM, she and her team work with around 33 universities in the North of the UK finding talented, tech-curious students.  Over 1,000 students and recent graduates are recruited onto the FDM Graduate Programme each year into multiple streams including: robotics; development; test; and cyber security.  … Continue reading Assessment Centres – what they are and how to prepare

What’s it like to do a placement year? – My experience


By Sophie Ashmore, BA Politics and International Relations Hi I am Sophie and for the 12 months between September 2018 and September 2019 I undertook a placement year at City of York Council (CYC) as part of my Politics and International Relations degree. Having already completed two years of my degree, in what seemed like … Continue reading What’s it like to do a placement year? – My experience