My First Steps: Nick Hodges, CEPA (Economics and Public Policy consulting)

The latest in our My First Steps series comes courtesy of Nick Hodges, who’s here to shine a light on Economic Consultancy as a career choice – possibly little-known up to now, it could provide an interesting and fulfilling route for a number of our students. We do have information on some related career choices… More My First Steps: Nick Hodges, CEPA (Economics and Public Policy consulting)

My First Steps: Rosanna, Civil Service Finance Fast Streamer

For the latest in our My First Steps series, we’ve got Rosanna, a recent graduate from the Political Economy department talking about what working life in the Civil Service Fast stream consists of….. Getting to work between 9:00 to 9:30am (tube traffic depending!), the first thing to do is grab a coffee and check emails… More My First Steps: Rosanna, Civil Service Finance Fast Streamer

My First Steps: Louis Mignot, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)

Another new week brings the latest post in our My First Steps series. Up this week we’ve got Louis Mignot, a recent War Studies graduate with an interesting tale of how things not going to plan can still lead to you going down a desirable career path…. I graduated from King’s in 2016 in War… More My First Steps: Louis Mignot, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)

My First Steps: Kate Woods, Careers Consultant

We’ve got the latest in the My First Steps series, in which Marketing Assistant Seyran Khalili interviews various professionals about their first steps after graduating, and their advice for currrent students and recent graduates. Up this week, it’s Kate Woods who works as a Careers Consultant here at Careers & Employability…. Kate Woods is one… More My First Steps: Kate Woods, Careers Consultant

My First Steps: Katie Black, King’s Internships Manager

After a few weeks away over the summer, we’re back with the latest post in the My First Steps series, which sees professionals recounting their careers journeys and the steps they took to get where they are now. Today’s piece sees a conversation between Seyran Khalili and Katie Black, King’s Internships Manager here at Careers… More My First Steps: Katie Black, King’s Internships Manager

My First Steps: Isabel Woodford, MPhil Candidate, University of Oxford & Vacation Scheme Intern, Cleary Gottlieb

Isabel Woodford is a MPhil candidate currently completing her Masters in the Department of International Development at the University of Oxford, after completing a BA in War Studies from King’s. While not being a law graduate, Isabel still secured a Vacation Scheme and Training Contract with an international law firm while at Oxford. How did she do this? Read on to find… More My First Steps: Isabel Woodford, MPhil Candidate, University of Oxford & Vacation Scheme Intern, Cleary Gottlieb

My First Steps: Jen Billot, OPEN Health

Jen Billot graduated in 2016 with a BSc in Biomedical Sciences. As part of this blog series Jen has shared her own experiences from the working world and how a graduate scheme can open doors to different opportunities.…. Venturing into the working world after graduating can be daunting, especially when you have no idea where your interests lie. Commence panic… More My First Steps: Jen Billot, OPEN Health

My First Steps: Beka Kimberley, Careers Consultant at King’s Careers & Employability

By Seyran Khalili, Postgraduate Student in Psychosis Studies, and Marketing Assistant at King’s Careers & Employability.  Beka Kimberley is a Careers Consultant at King’s Careers and Employability. She was previously an early years specialist teacher for 14 years, before changing her career path to study a postgraduate degree in Children’s Literature. We met to speak about what her experiences of being a recent graduate were (having only finished her… More My First Steps: Beka Kimberley, Careers Consultant at King’s Careers & Employability