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Careers Events – Presentations & Workshops - What's on Weeks 8 – Semester 1
LinkedIn – Workshop
This is an interactive lab session for students to be able to improve their LinkedIn profile and skills with support from Careers staff. In this session you will be able to:
• Learn about how to tailor your LinkedIn profile to maximise your chances of being seen by potential recruiters
• Recognise and utilise the various tools available on LinkedIn to help with your job search and grow your network
• Ask questions regarding your profile and how to use LinkedIn effectively
This is your chance to work on your LinkedIn profile in real time with experienced staff on hand to help you along the way!
Tuesday 20 November – 1.00pm – 2.30pm – SMB109 Computer Lab, Stewart Mason Building
Careers in Technology Consulting sponsored by KPMG
This event is open to all degree disciplines and year groups. You do not need to be studying a Business or a Technology related degree to succeed in a career in Technology Consulting.
• Innovative Interfaces.
Tuesday 20 November – 6.00pm – 8.00pm – SMB017, Stewart Mason Building
Navigating the recruitment process with a disability - EmployAbility and Change 100 guest speakers
Have a disability? Don't know whether you should share this to an employer or where/when to do so? Unsure about what adjustments you need and how to communicate them to an employer? Then this session will be perfect for you.and C
Wednesday 21 November 2.00pm-3.30pmh 2CC014 James France Building
STEM Mock Assessment Centres
This workshop is for students from all years in all Engineering, Science and Maths Departments. The event on this date will be supported by Employers: Cavendish Nuclear, Network Rail, Teach First, Baker Hughes - a GE company, PwC
Thursday 22 November – 6.00pm – 8.30pm – WPT.0.01 West Park Hub
Interviews – Presentation
This session looks at the types of interview you may encounter, the questions you may be asked. You’ll hear first-hand what to expect and learn how to prepare effectively.
Thursday 22 November – 6.00pm – 6.50pm – J002 Edward Herbert Building