3 New Year Resolutions – Careers & Employability

Kick-start 2019 by committing to doing at least 1 thing to improve your future prospects. Here are our recommended top 3 career & employability resolutions.

  • Volunteer

Develop skills and add to your CV whilst giving your time and experience to a valuable cause. Find your perfect opportunity via do.it.org

No matter which course you’re studying, or career area you’re interested in, we’re certain you can find a volunteering opportunity to suit you. Every job will ask for experience and volunteering is a great way to add experience to your CV.

Whether you’re passionate about health & social care, culture & heritage, crime & justice or the environment there are organisations that need your skills and time. Even if you’re not sure what job you want to go into volunteering can give you an insight into a sector and help you develop skills.

& don’t forget to get your volunteering recognised via Hope’s Service & Leadership Award SALA.

  • See a Careers Adviser

You don’t have to know what you want to do when you graduate to see a Careers Adviser, in fact it’s often those who don’t have a clue what they’d like to do that say we’ve helped them the most. Our expertise and services are relevant from the moment you start university and all our support is free of charge.

Drop in to The Employability Hub for Careers Express Mon, Tues or Thurs 10.30-12.30 for a chat and start thinking about, planning for and taking positive action to secure your future.

  • Read your Career & Employability Bulletins

Every week we send advice, event details and handpicked jobs and internships direct to your inbox. Reading your bulletins, booking and attending our events and applying for jobs and internships that appeal will all make you more employable. We’re here to help every step of the way and reading your bulletins is just one way you can commit to improving your employability in 2019!

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