Global Placement Stories | Nathan Lutala at Paperplanes UK as a Junior Operations Developer

Nathan Lutala is a current Computer Science student at King’s College London. In this entry of Global Placement Stories, Nathan Lutala talks about his application process in finding a placement opportunities, and delves into his insights and advice for those looking to do the same! “You should do a placement year.”  Listening to this advice… More Global Placement Stories | Nathan Lutala at Paperplanes UK as a Junior Operations Developer

Global Placement Stories | Alexandru Toma at RazorSecure as a React Developer

Alexandru Toma is a current Computer Science student at King’s College London. In this entry of Global Placement Stories, Alexandru Toma talks about his time as a React Developer at RazorSecure so far. Why did you want to do a Placement? Many reasons. Quick oversight – getting a degree in whatever domain is a learning… More Global Placement Stories | Alexandru Toma at RazorSecure as a React Developer

New episode on “A Date with Diversity” podcast | Mary from the Civil Service

“The same people that created exclusive environments are now dictating the terms of inclusivity” – Mary On the latest episode, Mary, who is currently on a fast stream program within the Civil Service, shares her career journey and the dilemmas she is often faced with. She is part of King’s Alumni where she completed a… More New episode on “A Date with Diversity” podcast | Mary from the Civil Service

Calling all STEM students who are of black heritage or from low income backgrounds | National Grid Spring Week Launch Event!

Are you currently studying a STEM degree and either come from a black heritage background or a low income household? National Grid is calling all students who are eligible to attend their Spring Week Launch event! Generating Genius and National Grid have partnered up to organise employability events, mentorships and career development support to the… More Calling all STEM students who are of black heritage or from low income backgrounds | National Grid Spring Week Launch Event!

The Unplanned Career: how taking chances can change your life | Part 1

It is very easy in life to not know what you want to do, where to start or how you are meant to find out. For some, they have a clear path that they want to follow and for others it often seems like they’re at a crossroad full of traffic. What is important to… More The Unplanned Career: how taking chances can change your life | Part 1

Careers with Impact: The Social Value of Project Management

Guest blogger Claire Dellar, a Product Manager and Associate of the Association for Project Management (APM), talks about the social value of projects. Read more and gain inspiration from project professionals in the industry. Editors note: read this guest blog for an introduction to a career in project management. By the age of 9 I… More Careers with Impact: The Social Value of Project Management

You’re not alone: How to talk about anxiety, stress and mental health at a Careers Guidance Appointment

We all deal with mental health struggles sometimes, and careers planning alone can cause feelings of anxiety or stress. Whether you are just starting to think about careers, changing your mind along the way, or ready to take your next steps, we are here to support you. In today’s blog, Career Consultant Sue talks tough conversations – and King’s Careers’ commitment to taking a positive and supportive approach to mental health.… More You’re not alone: How to talk about anxiety, stress and mental health at a Careers Guidance Appointment

Hustle culture at university vs. how to be engaged in careers without the pressure

Today we’re talking about those invisible pressures that students face in university. What is hustle culture, and how can students avoid the pressure of thinking about your future on top of an already demanding academic year? Read on to find out our tips!… More Hustle culture at university vs. how to be engaged in careers without the pressure

Green Career Planning: How to develop your employability & sustainable careers resources (part 2/2)

Young people are as passionate as ever about working in the field of sustainability. However, the field remains a difficult one to break into, and the pandemic has placed additional challenges on job seekers. Today, BA Geography Graduate and KCL Sustainability Engagement Assistant Helena shows practical steps to how you can build your career success and employability in sustainability during Covid-19.… More Green Career Planning: How to develop your employability & sustainable careers resources (part 2/2)

Green Career Planning: How to figure out your sustainable career path and find ideas (part 1/2)

Young people are as passionate as ever about working in the field of sustainability. However, the field remains a difficult one to break into, and the pandemic has placed additional challenges on job seekers. Today, student and KCL Sustainability Engagement Assistant Helena helps you reflect and consider how you can embed sustainability into your career planning.… More Green Career Planning: How to figure out your sustainable career path and find ideas (part 1/2)