Careers Network

About Us

LU London Team

Students on our London campus have a dedicated careers consultant

Hayley Jones Pronouns: She/her BA Geography and Sports Management

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Student Enterprise Co-ordinator (London Campus)

Responsibilities

Hayley is part of the Loughborough Enterprise Network team which supports our students and graduates to start their own businesses or learn entrepreneurial skills. 

Having joined Careers Network in 2019, Hayley is currently responsible for a coordinating the enterprise and business support for our students and graduates. This includes equipping aspiring and current entrepreneurs with skills, knowledge, funding and access to networks, all to build successful and sustainable businesses. 

The ability to support students and young start-ups motivates her as she wants to make a difference empowering and shaping the next generation of Loughborough entrepreneurs. Hayley is based on our vibrant London campus and.co-leads exciting projects such as www.venturecrawl.co.uk. Hayley is a qualified coach (ILM) and graduated from Loughborough University with a BSc (Hons) in Geography and Sports Management. 

Nadine Lewis BA (Hons) Social Welfare and Community Studies, PG Diploma in Career Guidance, Qualification in Career Guidance, Member of AGCAS

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Careers Manager (London Campus)

Responsibilities

Caseload: London campus postgraduate students

Nadine joined the Careers Network team in November 2017 from her role as a Careers Consultant at the University of East London and The University of Law. She qualified as a careers professional from Coventry University in 2014 and has ten years’ experience supporting students, graduates and professionals in diverse settings. Nadine has an interest in widening participation and adopts various career-counselling theories and models in her one-to-ones and workshops.

She worked with students across a range of disciplines including Business and Law, Health, Sport and Bioscience.  She successfully coordinated several projects and built relationships with employers from various sectors to promote graduate, mentoring and volunteering opportunities. At the University of East London, she supported the Professional Development Award and managed twenty-five employability champions. Nadine was nominated and shortlisted for Best Support Staff as part of the Student Led Teaching Awards 2016 and 2017.