Careers blog written by Irena Zientek, Information Development Manager You may have noticed three high-profile recruitment fairs on campus during recent weeks, but did you know there’s a whole lot of other careers events that run throughout the term, every term? Here’s a run down of our what's on page. Employer presentations Graduate recruiters are … Continue reading Web highlights #2: Events on campus
Some dates for your diary for next term... Working in Research (Week 3) Gain insight, be inspired and develop your own career ambitions by having the opportunity to connect with and learn from York graduates and other sector professionals. There will be a panel of professionals working in research roles across the academic and business … Continue reading Events Ahead
CAREERS BLOG: Working in… event – why should I go?
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?
CAREERS BLOG: How a degree in Archaeology can lead to a life of crime….
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….
CAREERS BLOG: The power of words – a career in marketing and more
Careers blog written by Kate Morris, Careers Consultant, Careers What is marketing?! “Marketing” basically involves influencing behaviour. Understanding the interests and motivations of a specific audience is essential in order to know how to effectively communicate information about a brand, product, service or even a concept. As a result, research and strategy underpin the marketing … Continue reading CAREERS BLOG: The power of words – a career in marketing and more
Careers latest news – Spring, Week 5
Latest news from Careers Volunteer in the local community We are recruiting student volunteers to work in local schools and community organisations during the summer term. Placements can fit around your timetable and will only take a few hours of your time each week. We have community placements in a range of organisations including heritage, … Continue reading Careers latest news – Spring, Week 5
Careers latest news – Spring, Week 1
Latest news from Careers Look out for... 2 February - Internships & work experience fair. A chance to meet employers and organisations, get ideas for summer internships, and have your CV reviewed. More details to follow at our What's on page. 23 February - Working in... Advertising, marketing & PR / Health / Criminal justice. … Continue reading Careers latest news – Spring, Week 1
Some dates for your diary next term... Internships and work experience fair (Week 5) If you haven't yet got work experience lined up for the summer, come along to this event and meet employers and recruitment agencies. Working in... (Week 8) Your chance to meet York alumni and other professionals working in: Advertising, marketing and PR Health … Continue reading Events ahead
GUEST BLOG: Arts event management
Guest blog written by Chris Jones, Manager, Selby Town Hall Arts Centre If you are interested in working within the live events management field, either at festivals or a performing arts venue, and would like to flex your creative muscle, it’s worth looking beyond the obvious candidates. Britain has an amazing live entertainment heritage, and … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Arts event management
If you're interested in working in any of the following sectors: Media, journalism & publishing Arts & heritage Environment & sustainability you can't afford to miss our Working in... event next week. Date: Thursday 26 February Time: 6.15pm - 8.30pm Venue: Physics & Exhibition Centre. The evening starts with three question & answer panels (running simultaneously), … Continue reading Working in…
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