Departmental Careers Events: Weeks 2 – 5 (12 Jan – 6 Feb)
These events are specifically tailored to your department – don’t miss out!
Careers drop-in for 1st years – Monday 12 Jan (Week 2), 2-3pm, K/155
CV writing for archaeologists – Monday 26 Jan (Week 4), 4-5pm, K/133
- English and Related Literature
Careers drop-in for 1st years – Friday 16 Jan (Week 2), 1-2pm, F.R. Leavis Room
Careers drop-in – Wednesday 28 Jan (Week 4), 11am-12, Vanbrugh 1st floor seating
- History of Art
Careers drop-in for 1st years – Mon. 19 Jan (Week 3), 11am -12, airport lounge (outside VN227)
Marketing yourself to Arts & Heritage employers – Monday 2 Feb (Week 5), 9-10am, BS/005
- Language and Linguistic Science
Careers appointments – Tues. 13 Jan (Week 2), 10am-12.30pm, in Careers building
Intro to Employability Tutorial – Mon. 2 Feb (Week 5), 10-11am, A/EW/004
Intro to Employability Tutorial – Mon. 2 Feb (Week 5), 2-3pm, A/EW/004
Intro to Employability Tutorial – Mon. 2 (Week 5) Feb, 5-6pm, A/EW/004
What you need to know about careers NOW! for 1st years – Tues. 3-4pm, (Week 2) W/222
- Careers drop in for 3rd year students Thursday 5 Feb (Week 5) SB/A/109 (Prof Peter Lamarque’s Office)
Full details of all events in Careers Gateway.
*Date for your diary: Working in… Arts and Heritage, Media, Journalism and Publishing event, Thursday 26 February (Week 8)
Careers in the Arts Snippets
- New for 2015! Job hunting for Languages roles has been made easier with an update to Careers Gateway. Now you can select Languages & TEFL in Business area to quickly narrow down your search for suitable jobs. Login today and try it out
- Career opportunities related to your History degree
- Do you have what it takes to become a journalist?
- Don’t miss our free Breaking News journalism workshop in Week 5 (booking opens Week 3 and places are limited!)
- Music graduates are more employable than you might think!
General Careers news
Win £4,000 with Careers’ competitions!
You could soon be putting a spring in your step with our exciting competitions this term. There’s a total of £4,000 to be won! The Freelance Challenge is a competition for all budding freelancers with a £1,000 top prize and then there’s the return of Plan ENVY, the University of York’s business plan competition which has £3,000 in prizes. If you’re struggling for ideas, come along to the first ENVY workshop on idea generation on Thursday 5 February (Week 5), 17:00 – 19:00 in P/T/005.
Local volunteering opportunities – apply now with York Students in Communities
Applications open Tuesday Week 2 (13 January) for volunteer roles across York via York Students in Communities. Search across our 5 areas of heritage, conservation, young people, public sector and causes to find the perfect role for you! Opportunities include: Block placements with Jorvik Viking Centre, Conservation with St Nicks, Team project with the National Railway Museum. See the full range and apply via York Students in Communities.