Graduating this summer? Graduate job hunt not going as planned? Join us for a jam packed day to help you clarify your career direction, find hidden opportunities, and succeed with your job applications and interviews. All designed to help you succeed in your job hunt as a new graduate.
Taking place on Wednesday the 14th of August, Graduates can book for this event via the Registering for events link on the careers website. If there are any queries please call the enquiry desk team on 0207 040 8093.
Boost your confidence…Improve your job search skills…Maximise your chances of getting a great graduate level job! And lunch will be provided.
Places are limited so reserve your place now. Here’s a look at what you can expect:
Refocusing on What You Want
Where have you been trying to get to?
What’s working and what’s not?
What steps do you take next – 10 questions to ask yourself?
Lost sight of what you’re trying to achieve?
Puzzled by how employers are responding to you?
Take back control by doing a timely audit of what’s working and what’s not.
Making Successful Applications
Get to more interviews faster and with fewer applications
In one hour you’ll find out how to tailor your job applications to specific job roles and you’ll understand why employers reject some applications and pass others
Success in Interviews
Top Tips for Succeeding at Interview – You never get a second chance to make a first impression!
Are you prepared for behavioural interviews? How to present your key skills & competences at interview!
Use your Networks
Tap into your networks to maximise your chances of getting a job
This interactive session will cover top tips on how to maximise your chances of getting a job by making use of your contacts.
Dispelling Job Hunting Myths / The Hidden Job Market
Know how to find large pools of ‘hidden’ graduate jobs and understand the reality of the graduate job market in 2013
In this session you’ll get an insight into different routes into a graduate level career and learn more about the reality of the number and variety of graduate career opportunities out there that the UK news media don’t want you to know about