Physics graduate and Teach First Ambassador John, taught science on Teach First’s Training Programme. Now completing his PhD and working on two planetary science missions, John tells us how Teach First supported his employability.… More Teach First made me a better engineer
Thinking about working with historical books and collections? Read all about Katie’s work at Foyle Special Collections Library!… More Unboxing the job – what’s life really like at Foyle Special Collections Library?
King’s Careers are delighted to have guest blogger and alumni Neeta Agarwal talk about her career journey within GE Aviation Digital, and how she landed her role as Avionics Systems Engineer. And now… over to you, Neeta! I’ve been with GE Aviation Systems for almost 4 years now, it is unbelievable sometimes… It was just… More KCL Alumni Neeta Agarwal talks about her role as Avionics Systems Engineer at GE Aviation Digital
Everyone says that the future is in technology but not everyone studies it at university. But never fear – if you have a genuine passion, the lack of a computer science degree does not stop you from pursuing a career in I.T.!… More Going into the I.T sector without a relevant degree? It’s possible!
Read this blog to find out how one King’s alumna entered the journalism sector. … More My path to a job in journalism
Chantelle Nylander, Vice-President at JCI London, shows how she’s made career decisions and found her passion.… More Career decision-making: where to start?
PhD study is all about intellectual curiosity, exciting research and – practical considerations…? That’s right; your groundbreaking doctoral research comes with some very real practicalities that need to be worked out before you can make the most of your further study. Guilherme Celestino, King’s College PhD candidate (Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies) shares his… More Making the most of your PhD – read this and THRIVE!
Read on as Louise shares her experience of applying for training positions, completing the training and working as a psychological wellbeing practitioner. As a psychology graduate, I had heard of the psychological wellbeing practitioner (PWP) role but apart from the rather long job title I didn’t really know much about it. So, I did what… More What is a psychological wellbeing practitioner and is it the job for me?
Psychological wellbeing practitioner and careers consultant Louise shares the cycles of Discover, Focus, and Action that have shaped her career path. … More Warning – this career path may cause motion sickness!
It’s a short blog post from us today to let you know that the latest in our My First Steps series is taking a slightly different form, in that it’s hosted on our website and features not one but nine (that’s right, NINE) case studies from researchers who have recently finished at King’s. From right… More My First Steps: Researchers Special