Your Digital Footprint – Making or Breaking Your Job Application?

Written by Silje Undlien, Third Year War Studies undergraduate at King’s College London & Marketing Assistant at King’s Careers & Employability. If you’re job-hunting, social media can be a useful tool for networking and finding opportunities. In this day and age the ability to cultivate an online presence to your own benefit is key! But… More Your Digital Footprint – Making or Breaking Your Job Application?

Life as a Student Societies President: The Insider

We’re always recommending students join societies – it’s a great way of developing many skills useful in the working world, from leadership to working as a team, and we’ve heard from a range of employers that taking an active role in a student society is something they always look on very keenly in an application.… More Life as a Student Societies President: The Insider

Can Creative CVs Increase Your Chances of Successful Job Applications?

Our latest blog post is a guest post from Eva Stromsted, who is a postgraduate student in the Culture, Media and Creative Industries department here at King’s. For her master’s dissertation, she’s looking at the impact using creative CVs has on job applications. As part of this, she’s asking for your help – read this… More Can Creative CVs Increase Your Chances of Successful Job Applications?