Careers blog written by Kate Morris, Careers Consultant, Careers If you’re passionate about Art and cultural history, becoming a curator is not your only career option! Combining your love of culture with an interest in Law or business could lead to a number of different careers. Firstly Law, this is a niche area so you … Continue reading Working in art and law
You don’t have to be studying Law to be a lawyer… come along to our Law Fair on Wednesday 12 October any time between 12pm-3pm in the Physics Exhibition Centre. Law firms are looking for students from a range of disciplines who can offer qualities such as good communication skills, research skills, attention to detail, … Continue reading Opportunities for law and non law students at our Law Fair, Wednesday 12 October
As an archaeologist, you probably care deeply about researching and protecting the past- whether that’s through commercial archaeology- helping ensure building regulations are met; community archaeology - helping connect the public to the past and raising the profile and importance of heritage; or perhaps you’re interested in heritage protection in a more literal sense- working to … Continue reading Careers fighting illegal antiquities trading- could you make a difference?….
Commencing in September, Newcastle Law School will be establishing the first Black Law Students Society in the UK comprised of law students from various universities who are studying in the north east. Open to all students, the society aims to encourage and support black and Afro-Caribbean students studying in the north east. The society will … Continue reading Black Law Students Society
The North Yorkshire Youth Commission are currently recruiting young people (aged 14 - 25) to join the North Yorkshire Youth Commission on Police and Crime. Members of the Youth Commission will play an important role in helping to run consultation events and gather the opinions of other young people about police and crime. You … Continue reading North Yorkshire Youth Commission recruiting.
Careers blog written by Kate Morris, Careers Consultant, Careers ...could you make a difference? As an archaeologist, you probably care deeply about researching and protecting the past- whether that’s through commercial archaeology- helping ensure building regulations are met; community archaeology- helping connect the public to the past and raising the profile and importance of heritage; … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Careers fighting illegal antiquities trading…
Check out student, Meaghan French's blog about the Advertising, marketing & PR Q&A panel session at this week's Working in... event. What three things did you learn about the sectors represented at Working in...? Tell us here or on Facebook or Twitter.
Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Resources Manager, Careers What’s the difference between jobs in advertising and those in marketing? What opportunities are there for graduates in the criminal justice system? Who works in the health sector, other than doctors and nurses? Find out the answers to these and more at this term’s Working … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Working in… event – why should I go?
In other news... Competitions 1) Hogan Lovells' on-campus competition - Law School foyer, 23 Feb, 11am - 2pm. Spot the 12 different objects that represent some of Hogan Lovells' clients. More at graduates.hoganlovells.com 2) Imagination Technologies invites you to take part in the creation of what might be the next SkyNet, using the latest technology, … Continue reading In other news…
Careers blog written by Kate Morris, Careers Consultant, Careers No, I’m not talking about Archaeologists becoming master criminals and then using their digging skills to tunnel out of incarceration. I’m talking about the significant number of York Archaeology grads who are interested in careers related to crime, law and justice. The top 3 crime related … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: How a degree in Archaeology can lead to a life of crime….