October is a big deal in the careers calendar: many graduate schemes and placements open, and the diary is packed with flagship events, such as the Graduate Placement and Recruitment Fair and Go Global.
In fact, it’s so important to act now if you want to give yourself the best possible chance to propel your career forward that we’ve renamed this month ACTober.
Here are five things you need to do this month:
- Register for the Graduate Recruitment and Placement Fair and Create your Graduateland profile
Our Graduate Recruitment and Placement Fair is going virtual this year. Graduateland, our event platform has loads of cool features we are sure you’ll love. Once registered, you can browse employers virtual stalls, watch company videos and find out what it might be like to work at a particular company. A bit like a Tinder bio, your Graduateland profile will help you stand out to employers. The more detail you fill in the better.
2. Discover DegreePlus
DegreePlus is an employability award that allows you to gain recognition for extra-curricular activities you take part in outside your lectures. This could be leading clubs and societies, taking part in leadership programmes or volunteering in the community. You’ll get a certificate and will have something concrete to talk about in future interviews.
Register for our DegreePlus Information session via MyFuture
3. Find opportunities around the world
The Go Global Fair is your chance to explore the wealth of global opportunities available to you during your time at Queen’s, including study, work and volunteer abroad programmes. Start planning your epic summer 2021 now!
4. Find a job through MyFuture
MyFuture is an essential careers portal you’ll use throughout your time at Queen’s to search and find jobs. Whether you are looking for a part time job to fit around your studies or a graduate scheme or placement, you can filter by your degree and skills to find the right job for you.
5. Get your CV in order with Vmock
With many graduate jobs and schemes opening this month, you’ll need to get your CV in order. Similarly, if you are looking to gain work experience or even get a part-time job during your time at Queen’s. VMock is a virtual CV checker that gives you feedback on your CV in seconds! If you need extra help getting your CV in order, book a consultation with one of our careers consultants.
Watch: How to use Vmock
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