Tag: Careers Service

Get Ready for CV Week

Written by Hayley Johnson, Careers Advisor, Faculty of Humanities at the Careers Service From Monday, 28 March until Friday, 1 April the Careers Service will be running all day CV drop-ins across campus. Whether you have your first draft ready or haven’t started to think about what to put on your CV, we are here…

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Welcome to your Careers Service

Written by Emma Naylor, Student Engagement and Enterprise Assistant at the Careers Service Whether you are a new or returning student here at The University of Manchester, welcome! The start of the academic year is a great time to get involved with the Careers Service. We can help you make the most of your time…

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How to access CareerConnect as a graduate

Written by by Sarah Mallen, Careers Information and Guidance Coordinator at the Careers Service and Samantha Oates-Miller, Careers Insights and Graduate Support Assistant at the Careers Service CareerConnect is the Career Service’s new platform for graduate opportunities and jobs, employer sessions, careers workshops and application advice and careers guidance appointments. As a graduate, you have access to…

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Careers Support for students from underrepresented groups: What? Why? How?

Written by Victoria Geary, Careers Consultant (Widening Participation) at The Careers Service What support is on offer? The Careers Service is here to support you, whatever your degree programme, level or background, to take steps to plan for your future. Our events, workshops and one to one guidance sessions are open to everyone but some sessions…

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Future proofing: what, why and how

Written by Jenny Sloan, Careers Consultant at The Careers Service We’re living longer, which means there’s every chance we’ll be working longer too. Today’s students and graduates will have multiple careers that may span up to six decades. During this time, our ways of working, learning and living will change and we’ll be expected to…

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