We have once again opened applications for the Green Steps @ Warwick sustainability programme. We are often inundated by applications from engineering, law, psychology and business students, which is great as these students bring a range of experiences, skills and approaches and make a really valuable contribution. But we do have just one question: where …
To celebrate #getexp2014 week in Student Careers & Skills, we asked Kimberley Brett, final year psychology student, to blog about her experiences as volunteer and Warwick intern and share her thoughts on the value, benefits and learning that she has taken from these varied experiences. I think she rather enjoyed herself too…!
Whether you are completing an application form or preparing for an interview, the STAR approach can help you structure your answers and focus on the evidence. It’s a good way to optimise your responses and use the space or time available to persuade the employer you have what it takes.
We’ve been busy this term hosting our series job sector events, designed to give you a window into the professional world. Last week it was the turn of publishing and journalism – a big draw for Warwick students. Julia Morrongiello, final year PPE student and careers rep, went along to get the inside view.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post catchily titled, “Five ways we can help you” as an open invitation to make good use of all the (free!) services we provide. I promised a follow on post, and here it is. There’s just one difference: this time the focus is squarely on you.