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)
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
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
Today we’re talking about how students can get creative about work experience in the film and video sector – it doesn’t always need to be through a placement. How can students present university coursework and passion projects in a professional context? Find out here!… More Create your own work experience: tips for entering the video industry without placement experience
This autumn term, career fairs have moved online, and we are excited to bring our first week-long career festival to King’s students: The Future Advantage Festival!… More 6 reasons to visit a virtual career fair… and introducing our Future Advantage Festival!
As part-time work has taken a hit owing to Covid-19, it’s understandable that many students and students-to-be are finding the prospect of their income worrying. In this blog, we talk about self-employment as an alternative to part-time work, as well as some quick tips to help boost your income as a student.… More Alternatives to part-time work & extra income as a King’s student during Covid-19
Guest blogger Liam from Passion.io is here to share a survival checklist for remote working – one that you can use to make sure you’re setting yourself up for success in a remote working role. What kind of mindset is important? What about the digital tools necessary? Read on to find out!… More The remote working survival checklist – with Passion.io
Are you a Computer Science student interested in AI and machine learning? Interested to use your knowledge to solve some real-world challenges? Then check out this opportunity!… More Opportunity highlight: Technology and Innovation Policy Centre seeking Computer Science students!
Our Enquiries Officer Toslima Khatun talks about an exciting virtual work experience opportunity currently recruiting for a Java Developers scholarship programme. In a previous blog post, we spoke about the rise of paid opportunities to enhance your careers remotely amid the lockdown. The rise of virtual working environments is one large component of allowing everyone to… More Opportunity Highlight: Java Developer Scholarship with mthree
Starting a part-time job during your time at university is good for more than just earning some extra cash for the weekends; it’s a good way to build up your CV! Employers often tell us that a student who works part-time during their studies shows that they are motivated and have developed skills in time… More How to get part-time work at university