September 2019 archive

Considering a part-time job? Consider student fundraising

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    When we think of fundraising, we often think of the volunteers who stand outside Tesco with buckets asking for money for cats protection or the lifeboats etc. But what about charity/organisation scale fundraising? You might not realise, but there are a wealth of opportunities in the charity and not for profit employment sector, …

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Careers & placements fair 2019

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The Careers and Placements Fair is the University’s biggest Careers event in the academic calendar!           With over 80 organisations attending, including Discover Financial Services, Royal Air Force, Marks and Spencer, Mondelez International, Sky UK Limited and so much more – this is an event you do not want to miss. …

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Jobfest 2019!

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Kick start your year with Jobfest! Jobfest is not your typical careers fair, it’s a great opportunity to boost your employability skills, as well as try something new. Whether you’re looking for a part-time job, wanting to sign up for a mentor or discover volunteering opportunities, you’re bound to find a way to develop your …

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Maximising your transferable skills

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Here at Campus Jobs we liaise with hundreds of students on a weekly basis and frequently we see common CV or application mistakes where students fail to sell their “Transferable Skills”. Frequently student’s undersell their part time jobs when it comes to applying for graduate job opportunities. But if we think about it in more …

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Have you explored The Lawyer Portal?

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You might have already heard of it, but if not – welcome to the Lawyer Portal.   Their content helps guide thousands of students through tricky admissions tests, applications and interview processes to achieve their dream careers in law.   Based in London, the Lawyer Portal has ongoing partnerships with the Bar Council, the Law Society, BPP …

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