Here’s an opportunity from Yellowzine, a print and online publication that gives ethnic minority creatives a platform to showcase their artwork. Night School is a free eight-week programme in London designed to educate and empower a more ethnically-diverse talent pool for the creative industry. Open to all 18-25 year-olds from ethnic minority backgrounds, Night… More Night School: educating and empowering a more ethnically-diverse talent pool for the creative industry.
King’s Careers & Employability is happy to announce that Careers+, our exclusive programme of additional careers related activities and support, is finally up and running! But what exactly is Careers+ meant to do and how do I know if I’m eligible? Continue reading to find out… What is Careers+? Careers+ is tailored to UK undergraduate students… More Introducing Careers+
We thought it might be helpful to do a quick round-up of some of the main providers of diversity and inclusion schemes in the UK. This list focuses primarily on some of the opportunities available for BAME students and those with disabilities, but is by no means intended to be a definitive list of everything.… More Diversity & Inclusion Schemes
We’ve got details of two pretty exciting looking career events for students with disabilities or long-term health conditions. Investing in Talent gives you the chance to find out about opportunities available in Investment Banking, and BlackRock are also hosting a networking evening where you’ll be able to meet members of their Ability Network. Both these… More Act quick – Careers Events for Disabled Students
Mental health – we’ve all got it. “Mental health is just like physical health; everybody has it and needs to look after it.“ That’s a recent comment from MIND, and they’re right. And we believe that, just like physical health, our mental health can vary at different times in our lives for a mixture of reasons,… More World Mental Heath Day 2018 – We’re here for you
This terms competition round-up! Are you looking for some exciting competitions to apply to that would complement your studies and win you some prizes? Want to boast about your skills and let that successful glow shine all over the room and across the way? We’ve picked up details of some great prizes to apply for… More It’s time for a competition round-up!
Our second write up this week from the Global Careers Series comes from the event on working in the Middle East. If you missed the first post in our series, on working in South East Asia, no fear! You can find it right here. But here’s Melissa again with more…. We heard from an all-female panel… More Working in the Middle East
On blog duty today is our Internships Assistant Melissa Larkin, with details of two exciting new schemes being run by the King’s Internships team. Finding and applying for an internship is hard work! But let me tell you- it is worth it! They’re a great way to gain work experience, meet loads of interesting professionals… More Introducing the King’s Internships: Advance and Springboard schemes
Firstly, breaking into the creative industry is tough. It requires unfaltering commitment – especially when all your applications and emails are met with noes or worse, silence – an abundance of enthusiasm, and the ability to constantly add threads to your bow (more on that later*). But the creative industries, as well as being notoriously… More BAME + Creative Industry = ???