Careers blog by Tricia Raxworthy, Information and Engagement Officer in Careers and Placements In our last blog, placement year student Sophie shared some of her top tips for working from home and looking after yourself. This week we’re still thinking about things to help you get through the current situation. It’s easy to feel as … Continue reading Well what do I do now?!
CAREERS BLOG: Focus on journalism
Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Resources Manager, Careers If you interested in the idea of journalism as a career, what can you be doing now to improve your chances of achieving your goal? Journalism is a popular career choice, offering the opportunity to research issues, interview people and write news stories and articles … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: Focus on journalism
GUEST BLOG: 5 steps to being professional on social media
Guest blog written by: Joe Hill, Content & Online PR Executive Stepping into the professional world for the first time can sometimes catch people off-guard. Whereas preparing for a job interview once meant prepping your answers and cleaning your shoes, employers can now find out a lot about you before you step foot into the … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: 5 steps to being professional on social media
Update on MOOCs!
You may have seen our previous posts about MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) outlining the benefits of taking part. Whether you read the original blog or not, have a look at the MOOCs and Your Career infographic, produced by Affordable Online Colleges, and see MOOCs can help.
Join a MOOC and learn something new!
If you've read our previous blog about MOOCs (Mass Open Online Courses) you'll know they can be a great way to either learn something new or expand your knowledge on a subject. There's some great courses coming online soon offered by universities around the world. Here are some that might be of particular interest... Introduction to music … Continue reading Join a MOOC and learn something new!
Give your view about online applications
Searching for a career and applying online can be time consuming and frustrating. Help Entry Park shape the recruitment of tomorrow. At the same time, gain new insights for your own career, and get a chance to win cool prizes. About this survey: It is anonymous, independent, and not sponsored by any company or organization. It takes … Continue reading Give your view about online applications
Human Rights Centre online courses
The Human Rights Centre of the United Nations mandated University for Peace is offering four new specialised online courses from July to October 2014, on topics related to protection of human rights. These are six week long certificate courses, and more information can be found on their website.
Plan ENVY online Q&A
Plan ENVY is your chance to win £2,000 for your business idea. Open to all students and recent graduates of the University of York, the competition allows business plans from all stages - from concept to trading. Today's Q&A online session offers you the chance to ask about any aspect of the competition. To take … Continue reading Plan ENVY online Q&A
Google AdCamp EMEA 2013
Google are looking to select up to 30 students to particpate in their all-expenses paid, three-day programme in Dublin. Based on Google's advertsing sales operation, AdCamp will include: an insight into the online advertising industry an advertising challenge an overview of products and networing opportunities with peers and Google interns and employees. Deadline for applications … Continue reading Google AdCamp EMEA 2013
Fast Train tickets from Creative Skill Set
TV, radio and online freelancers can book tickets for this free training day from 10am, 30 October. Fast Train will bring the best and brightest from the broadcasting industries together on 20 November to offer a range of practical workshops, seminars and networking opportunities at MediaCityUK. Creative Skillset will be there with all the latest … Continue reading Fast Train tickets from Creative Skill Set
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