Keeping up with the Industries: 5 minimal-commitment career hacks for a busy spring term schedule

In the middle of assignments, dissertations, proposals and exams (we’re not even mentioning the pandemic), preparing diligently for your next career steps might not be on top of your long to-do list. In this blog, you’ll learn how you can keep on track with industries and build your career planning confidence with the time you have at the moment: checking out the 5 minimal-commitment steps to a BIG impact!… More Keeping up with the Industries: 5 minimal-commitment career hacks for a busy spring term schedule

If I had to go back, I would choose it one hundred times over: Chelsea’s case study in Internal Comms career

We have the pleasure of welcoming guest blogger Chelsea Ferguson, who is here to talk about a little talked about career path: Internal communications! What is it, how did Chelsea end up working there, and what advice does she have for students interested in a career in comms?… More If I had to go back, I would choose it one hundred times over: Chelsea’s case study in Internal Comms career

Opportunity highlight: 2021 Better Working World Data Challenge seeks students to develop data model & tackle real-life problems!

Calling all students and early career data scientists! Looking for a challenge to immerse yourself in data and tech, and the opportunity to learn from industry experts and collaborate with students around the world to build your experience and develop exciting skills? Then check out this competition!… More Opportunity highlight: 2021 Better Working World Data Challenge seeks students to develop data model & tackle real-life problems!

Navigating a Career in Science as a Gay Man with a Disability – Neuroimaging Sciences Fellow Mark’s story #ProudlyKing’s

Mark Tricklebank is a Wellcome Trust Career Re-entry Fellow in the Department of Neuroimaging Sciences. He is a committee member for Proudly King’s. For LGBTQ+ History Month, he writes about his experiences of coming to terms with his sexuality and finding a career at King’s as a gay man with a disability.… More Navigating a Career in Science as a Gay Man with a Disability – Neuroimaging Sciences Fellow Mark’s story #ProudlyKing’s

Careers in Marketing and Comms Industry (Covid-19 update) Part 2/2

What career paths are out there and how can you build work experience for a career in Marketing and Communications? In part 2 of the blog series, our Employer Engagement Advisor Kalina Zlatkova brings industry insights to students and grads interested in a career in this diverse and exciting sector.… More Careers in Marketing and Comms Industry (Covid-19 update) Part 2/2

The other side of virtual networking: What’s it like from an employer’s perspective?

In celebration of our new learning Pathway How to Talk to Employers, to help students gain confidence and prepare for employer interactions, we spoke with a Grad Recruiter to demystify the experience of talking with employers at career festivals. When they talk to King’s students, what do employers think about? What is their role in the situation? What can students do to feel less nervous? Find out here!… More The other side of virtual networking: What’s it like from an employer’s perspective?

Opportunity Alert: Interested in civil aviation? Check out this bursary for a Thermal Power MSc!

Thinking about the next year and where you might be going towards careerwise? In today’s blog we are showing an exciting further study career opportunity in aviation and thermal power. The Fan Makers Bursary is currently available for applicants for the October 2021 intake!… More Opportunity Alert: Interested in civil aviation? Check out this bursary for a Thermal Power MSc!

Stories from King’s staff networks: KCL alumna and Sustainability Officer Alexandra’s passion grew into a career

We’re excited to dive into a new series: stories of King’s community via its staff networks. Today, KCL alumna and King’s Sustainability Officer Alexandra talks about her career journey so far, what she values in staff networks, and why it’s useful for students to know about workplace communities!… More Stories from King’s staff networks: KCL alumna and Sustainability Officer Alexandra’s passion grew into a career

Valuable lessons in disguise: KCL alumnus Mark’s reflections about his early work experiences

Mark Owusu, a King’s alumnus, blogs for us about some important reflections from his career journey. How do early career experiences, like odd jobs or entry level roles, help us learn important lessons and build success down the line in our careers? Find out by reading on!… More Valuable lessons in disguise: KCL alumnus Mark’s reflections about his early work experiences

Industry insights into Marketing: KCL alumna Joana’s career journey (2/2)

Continuing on KCL alumna Joana’s case study, we are discussing the ins and outs of the marketing industry even more. How is starting a career in marketing really like? What’s it like being a woman in the industry and how are diversity and inclusion? Read on the second page of Joana’s 2-part case study.… More Industry insights into Marketing: KCL alumna Joana’s career journey (2/2)