You’ve probably heard about the benefits of gaining work experience alongside your studies. It can help with career decision making, allows you to develop transferable skills like communication and teamwork and builds your confidence and resilience. In this guest blog we hear from recent graduate Natasha Barnes about her work experience with McGinley Education.
I love this time of year (especially now I’m a term-time member of staff) as the long university summer holidays stretch out ahead of us. If you’re one of our students, or a finalist waiting for graduation, the holidays have already begun. How will you be spending your summer and can you be doing things… Read More Let the summer ‘work’ for you
Following on from our recent blog post 8 Careers Beyond the Classroom here’s another fantastic career insight blog for Education students. In this blog Kerry Chaplin, Level I Education Student Advocate, details what she learnt at the recent Level I Careers Education event.
We’re always keen to hear from employers and recruiters who offer jobs to our graduates. In this guest blog Catherine Stockford from Randstad reflects on some of the FAQs from our Teaching and Education Fair. In February I attended the ‘Teaching and Education Fair’ held in the Eden Building at Liverpool Hope University. My colleagues… Read More Randstad’s Quick Guide for Student Teachers
This week is National Careers Week. The week is aimed at promoting careers education within schools and colleges mainly. But I thought it would be a good chance for our Careers and Employability Team to promote our Careers and Employability service. Here is a list of the different ways in which you can access Careers… Read More National Careers Week
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This week marked the halfway point of my internship at Liverpool Hope University’s Sheppard-Worlock Library, and week four brought fascinating manuscripts, some beautiful ephemera, and the return of an old friend. To recap, my main task is to sort through the uncatalogued pre-1900 material that is housed within the…
The Young Enterprise programme gives undergraduate students the opportunity to start a business with their classmates. From the initial idea of their business, to the process of researching their target market and making important business decisions to develop their ideas, before preparing a pitch presented before industry experts. Second-year Business Management students here at Hope… Read More Young Enterprise