If you feeling apprehensive about life beyond graduation, you are not alone. Making a decision about your future may feel like a daunting prospect and you may not even be sure where to begin. How can you put things in perspective so that you can feel more positive?
Graduation is always a joyous occasion; graduates catching up with their friends and celebrating their academic achievements, accompanied by proud parents, family members and partners. Also if you’re lucky, sunshine. And there was certainly plenty of that this year, as Warwick graduates, guests and staff wilted quietly in the heat.
For a long time now, there has been a negative connotation around graduate internships. After working hard for 3+ years at universities, most graduates are looking at graduate jobs to start their careers. I asked Matt Arnerich, Content Writer, at Inspiring Interns, why graduates might want to think about internships. Here’s what he told me:
Congratulations! You got the A Level results and you’re off to University next month. For many of you it will be the beginning of your life as an independent adult. It’s a really exciting time and it’s important to get off to a good start, so, how can you set yourself up for the future …