A Day in the Life: of a software engineer at Cambridge Kinetics
In this blog we catch up with Graduate Software engineer Thomas Haslam who has recently joined the award-winning team at Cambridge Kinetics
Building skills for social change: Tehya on the Frontline graduate internship
Tehya is four months into their graduate internship with Frontline, England’s largest social work charity. They discuss what they are learning in the role and reflect on what working in an accessible and inclusive environment means for them
Struan’s Journey on the Swire Management Programme – a Global Rotational Programme for Future Business Leaders
Struan Chisholm, Judge Business School alum, takes us through his experience with the Swire Management Programme and the unique opportunity it gave him to be a generalist across business industries and cultures
5 myths about your job search with the Careers Service
Whether you have just started looking for your next opportunity or have been searching for a little while, it is likely you will have some ideas about what you think the Careers Service might have to offer you
When to look for opportunities, what opportunities might be available and with who – not to mention where – are often your main priorities when looking at your next step. Whether you are looking for a role after your study, an internship in your break or something a bit different, like a scholarship or mentoring opportunity, this blog breaks down 5 of the myths you might have in mind as you embark on your search with the Careers Service.
We have also thrown in some handy tips on getting the most out of Handshake, as well as our resources on your job search outside of the Careers Service listings.