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

Religious inclusion in the workplace

Haleema Ayyub, our Project Officer Intern, has written a post about why religious inclusion is important in the workplace. These elements of people’s identity are often forgotten about and can create difficulty for individuals when working. Being an inclusive employer doesn’t just mean hiring a diverse workforce but rather implementing facilities that cater to different… More Religious inclusion in the workplace

Dealing with imposter syndrome as a minority

Communications and Engagement Assistant Fatima Malik has written about imposter syndrome and how it specifically affects people from minority groups. Is this feeling of failure something that you have experienced? Read on to see Fatima’s perspective and what to do to overcome this common feeling. Imposter syndrome can be loosely defined as an internalized belief where… More Dealing with imposter syndrome as a minority

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!

Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority success stories: how these former Global Health and Social Medicine students are determined to make a change

The Department of Global Health and Social Medicine has recently celebrated the achievements of Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority alumni by showcasing their success in their chosen careers. As part of their commitment towards anti racism, they have created a video series that displays the achievement, leadership and talent of four alumni students who give… More Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority success stories: how these former Global Health and Social Medicine students are determined to make a change

Diversity opportunity: Generating Genius and Grid for Good Talent Pathway now open for applications!

Are you an NMS student? Are you looking to discover careers in the energy industry?  Today we’re highlighting an opportunity from a charity called Generating Genius, who work to widen access of high-level STEM careers to underrepresented student groups.… More Diversity opportunity: Generating Genius and Grid for Good Talent Pathway now open for applications!

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

From MA History graduate to filmmaking professional – Dominic’s career journey

Dominic, who works in the video production and filmmaking industry discusses what’s it like to work in filmmaking and video production – with some helpful tips (and a work experience programme) for students interested in creative careers!… More From MA History graduate to filmmaking professional – Dominic’s career journey