International development internships: Naomi’s time in Thailand with Connected Development
Naomi Gammon, St Catharine’s College student, discusses how her internship with Connected Development equipped her well for a future in the international development sector
Aliyah’s Summer Internship in Education Policy
Aliyah Irabor-York, an incoming second-year student, studying Education, Policy and International Development spent the summer interning at various organisations in education policy.
Does it matter if I don’t have a passion?
Lucy Romijn and Beka Kimberley, Careers Consultants here at the CS, discuss the pressure to have a passion which translates to a career and how that’s not the reality for many people and their career paths
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.