Careers Fest 2017!

  I’m a student at the University of Chester and all I can think about is how long I’ve put off thinking about future jobs…two years to be exact.  However, I am writing to tell you about something very, very exciting. First, a quick back story.  I am a third year Events Management student who... Continue Reading →

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Elizabeth Pittaway: Accelerate The Pitch 2017

Guest blog post from Elizabeth Pittaway, second-year Events Management student who has recently undertaken an internship with Careers and Employability at the University of Chester.  I am currently a second year events management student on an 8 week internship with the university. My role is an Entrepreneurship Events Assistant. A mouthful I know. To put... Continue Reading →

Kerrianne Maloney: Postgraduate Case Study

Case study provided by Kerrianne Maloney, MA Theology student at University of Chester. UG Degree: BA (Hons) Theology and Religious Studies with English Literature (2013-16) PG Degree: MA Theology What did you gain from studying at the University of Chester? Studying at UoC was more than just a degree; for me it was an opportunity. ... Continue Reading →

Natalie Webster: 5 reasons why being a committee member for a sport or society is the best preparation for the world of work

Written by Natalie Webster, third-year English Literature student and current Blog Editor. During my time at Chester I have been the Communications Officer for Swing Dance Society (14-15), the Vice President for Chester University Thespian Society (15-16) and then President for the Thespian Society (16-17). CUTS is actually a society that was founded by myself... Continue Reading →

Do YOU want to edit this blog?

Careers and Employability are looking to recruit a student to edit this brand new student-led blog. The candidate must have excellent writing and editing skills, good communication skills, previous involvement with Careers and Employability and enthusiasm for leading projects. Experience with using WordPress would be ideal. The student candidate should currently be in their first... Continue Reading →

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