The Careers Service has a busy programme of daily careers appointments and events taking place throughout the summer term.
For many of you, this period will be the final push before graduation or the start of exam season. Hang in there! We are continuing to operate a full, remote service to all students and are here to help you with all things careers related.
Are you in need of specific guidance or feeling a little lost with your career planning?
Our one to one appointments are a perfect opportunity to have your CV or cover letter reviewed, receive support with finding an internship or graduate job or help you figure out a career plan, even if you have no ideas! There are a wide variety of appointments available and these can be booked one working day in advance in JobsLive.
The Careers Service website also includes detailed information on planning your career plus advice on all aspects of the application and interview process (CVs, covering letters, interviews, etc.) Don't forget that you can also prepare for video interviews with Shortlist.Me.
Our regular series of seminars and workshops also continues covering all aspects of the application process including interviews, assessment centres, internships, and more! Along with an additional series of sessions designed to help guide you through the challenging job hunt and explore the different ways to make the most of summer 2021. Make sure you check out JobsLive for the full events calendar and book onto the ones that are of interest.
Our online Summer Recruitment Fair takes place on Wednesday 2 June, 10.00 - 16.00. During the fair you will have the opportunity to explore a wide range of companies from all industries looking to recruit Imperial students for graduate positions, internships, placements and insight weeks. This will be an excellent opportunity to connect with employers and start planning for future applications.
Please contact the Careers Service (+44 (0)20 7594 8024 | firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to discuss anything further.
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