Do you: want to use your summer vacation to get some top-notch work experience? fancy making a difference to an organisation you work for?want to experience working in a particular sector or role? need something tangible for your CV?want to stay in the York area over summer? If it’s ‘yes’ to any or all of … Continue reading Get ready to grab an internship!
Procrastination. Even seasoned professionals aren’t immune to it. I say this with certainty, as I’ve just spent the last five minutes trying to repair a cafetière in the staff kitchen, putting off returning to my desk to write this blog. Whether it’s in a work or study situation, most people will procrastinate – it’s a … Continue reading Putting off thinking about your future? How not to procrastinate
By Charlotte Wainwright, Volunteering Project Officer When you get to university, it can be easy to become bogged down in your studies. On these dreary January days, it can often feel as though your only glimpse of daylight is in the time you spend moving between your lecture theatre and your favourite spot in the … Continue reading 5 Reasons to volunteer this term
Here are 5 ways you can use Careers and Placements this term to support you whether you're not sure where to start, you want to find out more or you're in the midst of applications. Use our events to explore options and do some researchOur careers events are designed to give you an insight into … Continue reading 5 ways we can support you this term
You may remember, we spent the first half of term encouraging you to get involved with all sorts of activities from work experience to volunteering, student societies to attending careers fairs. Hopefully, you did do one or two things - but there’s no point in just doing! We suggested trying things out so you could … Continue reading Time to take stock
Creating business ideas is exciting. Narrowing your ideas into one cohesive busines plan is a challenge. Co-founder of LovetheSales.com, Stuart Mclure, gives you 5 techniques to help you to refine your business idea.
Its not all grad schemes for big companies. Start-ups and SMEs can be a great place to start your career. Read this guest blog from TalentPool to find out why.