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)

How to find your resilience: PWP Trainee’s tips for budding psychologists + worry management tips!

What’s it like getting onto a PWP traineeship? We talked to a PWP Trainee about their career journey and how they kept building employability (and resilience!) during unsuccessful applications to get where they are today.… More How to find your resilience: PWP Trainee’s tips for budding psychologists + worry management tips!

At Least It Sounded Good: Ten Tips on How to Improve your Presentation Skills

In today’s blog, LLM student Imogen Todd talks about an all-important topic… presentation skills! Whether you’re doing a presentation for your course, or for a group of managers at work, there are at least ten things you can learn to enhance your skills…… More At Least It Sounded Good: Ten Tips on How to Improve your Presentation Skills

Breaking the 4th wall: What’s a student’s journey through careers appointments like? 

You hear about careers services and appointments… but sometimes you just don’t know what to expect. Is it for you? What if you don’t really know how to describe your situation in the first place? In this blog, we’re hoping to break the fourth wall and discuss what really happens at a careers guidance appointment. … More Breaking the 4th wall: What’s a student’s journey through careers appointments like? 

Making the most of Foundation Training – Advice for medical students

In today’s blog, career consultant Rebecca Hallam shares her advice to navigating the Foundation Training experience, and the career questions you might be asking yourself. What medical areas should I specialise in? How do I make the most of the Foundation Training?… More Making the most of Foundation Training – Advice for medical students

Building global team-working skills: Accounting & Finance student Heli’s Insights Project experience!

186 students took part in our second round of King’s Insights Projects. The Shared Value project was a 2-week virtual internship called the Business opportunity Accelerator project. Read more how BSc Accounting & Finance student Heli described her work experience!… More Building global team-working skills: Accounting & Finance student Heli’s Insights Project experience!

Student placements in their own words: Serena at Unilever

In this blog, International Management student Serena Rand Bardi talks about her industrial placement experience in a sustainability role with Unilever. Read more to discover the many ways Serena built knowledge and developed her employability, and how she found career direction,  helping businesses through sustainable innovation.… More Student placements in their own words: Serena at Unilever

Student placements in their own words: Jay at Jaivel Aerospace

A placement offers lots of ways to develop your skills – perhaps its the ones that bring you out of your comfort zone that really help you grow! In this blog, Computer Science with Management student Jay talks about what he got out of his placement experience, as well as his advice to students who are currently thinking about a year-in-industry placement.… More Student placements in their own words: Jay at Jaivel Aerospace