Welcome to the Arts & Humanities Employability blog. We are here to help students across the Division and support their professional development. This blog provides bespoke resources and hands-on advice to help you achieve your career goals. It includes information about employment, work experience opportunities, placements, internships, graduate jobs listings, training and skills development. It is updated regularly.
If you would like help with your creating your CV, preparing a job application, preparing for an interview, finding a graduate job or work experience, or training, please book a Quick Advice appointment (online or in person) with the Careers and Employability Service via this link: https://careers.kent.ac.uk/
Alternatively, you can book a 1:1 Careers Advice appointment for some for career direction support (online or in person) via Target Connect.
For other enquiries, please email the Employability Adviser Susannah Gilbert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For placements, contact our Placements Manager Emma Kember at email@example.com.
You can also contact the Divisional Employability Lead, Dr Eve Kalyva at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other useful contacts:
The Careers and Employability Service are available to help any Kent student while at university and for three years after you graduate.
The Careers and Employability website has useful information on:
- Job hunting
- Career research
You can also view vacancies, book appointments for a CV/application review, have a mock interview or receive Careers Guidance, through Target Connect.