Sprint is a personal development programme for female students at the University of Warwick – designed to build confidence and raise aspiration. Psychology Masters student Olugbemi Moronfolu reflects on her Sprint experience during her undergraduate degree.
Have you ever felt that other people make negative assumptions about you because of your social class, disability or race? That these stereotypes have limited your opportunities and that you have questioned yourself as a result? Antoinette Pimblett describes how she broke out of these boxes.
Working or studying from home comes with a long list of benefits. It’s flexible, there’s no need to commute (other than from your bed to your desk) and you can wear comfy clothes all day if you want to! The only trouble is, when you are at home there are plenty of things to distract you …
The Warwick Careers team’s summer term career webinars continue this week, with presentations on the themes of life after university & career planning. We are re-publishing this blog to highlight how you can try to reduce the anxiety that this process can create for many of us.