This might just be the understatement of the century, but students are busy. We work on assignments, reading, exams, lectures, reading, seminars, societies and activities, paid work, and more reading. So, how – and why – bother with volunteering? Continue reading
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Your career? A practical guide.
We’re now over half way through the academic year and it won’t be long before exam purdah takes hold and you decide that your career planning will have to wait. Before then why not take the time to think about your future? If you haven’t yet fixed yourself up with a career or internship, see what … Continue reading
Work experience: Variety is the spice of life!
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…! Continue reading
The benefits of volunteering
It’s the Volunteering Fair this Friday (4th October) in Rootes, and if you still need convincing it’s worth a walk across campus I hope Navneet’s blog might change your mind…. Going into my final year at Warwick and starting my new role on the Warwick Volunteers Exec, it is only natural for me to start thinking … Continue reading