Three steps to describing your mitigating circumstances with confidence (Part 2)

In our previous blog, we explored the topic of disclosure and debunked myths about being open to a potential employer about your personal circumstances that may have affected your CV – but certainly not your potential! Today, let’s explore 3 example-based tips on describing gaps in your CV in a positive way.… More Three steps to describing your mitigating circumstances with confidence (Part 2)

KCL alumnus George’s experience with King’s Experience… from student to running the programme!   

Today’s blog is celebrating the opening of King’s Experience Awards applications for 2021 – with a special case study from its current showrunner! Read on to see what takeaways George himself got from the King’s Experience Award, and what advice he has for current students.… More KCL alumnus George’s experience with King’s Experience… from student to running the programme!   

Your sign language skills are highly employable!

King’s Careers & Employability are here to support every student reach their career goals and provide inclusive opportunities, support and careers practices. At King’s, many students rely on communications using BSL (British Sign Language) and that is an incredible richness in our King’s community well worth celebrating.… More Your sign language skills are highly employable!

Guidance, inclusive career support and connection: Roche Mentoring Programme

With virtual lectures amongst a long list of changes, university life will be very different for new and returning students this autumn. Today we’re blogging with Roche, an organisation committed to enabling King’s students to access mentorship via the Roche Mentoring Programme.… More Guidance, inclusive career support and connection: Roche Mentoring Programme

What is inclusive design? Careers in inclusion & accessibility

We talked with Fara from the Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE) about inclusive careers. What’s it like working in inclusive design and how can students channel their passion for accessibility and inclusion… and make it their career? Also, check out the Pathways programme to boost employability for disabled students in London!… More What is inclusive design? Careers in inclusion & accessibility