Careers with Social Impact week

Careers with social impact week

28 November to 4 December

Careers with Social Impact Week – Careers and Employability Service – University of Kent

Monday 28th NovemberAPM Open Student Session 12:30 – 13:30APM are delighted to invite students and those with an interest in Project Management to this free virtual insight event, supported by two project professionals!Careers With Social Impact – Study Plus – Working as a Team By Kate Gardner 13:00 – 14:30Interdependent teams are usually more productive in the workplace than a group of individuals working independently, and this module will help you understand how to nurture them.Careers With Social Impact- Unlocked Grads Graduate Programme with Masters Qualification 12:00 – 13:00Come along for a presentation and Q&A with an Unlocked Prison Officer and a member of the Recruitment team.

Careers in Social Impact – Fundraising as a Career (panel event) 18:00- 19:00

Hear from a panel of current fundraisers about their experiences, how they got involved in the profession, along with sharing their top tips. This event will be online.

Tuesday 29th NovemberCareers With Social Impact – Study Plus Matching Your Values to Your Career Journey by Steve Haines Online 13:30 – 14:30The session shares tools to help attendees to work out their career goals, desired outcomes, preferences and personal values. It includes practical exercises to help attendees use their values to find the right role for them.Careers With Social Impact Study Plus – Having difficult conversations By Kate Gardner 11:00 – 12:30Having difficult conversation at work and how to resolve themCareers with Social Impact – CVs and Cover Letters Canterbury Campus 13:00 – 14:00An interactive session covering the essentials of writing an effective CV and cover letterCareers with Social Impact – CVs and Cover Letters Medway Campus 13:00 – 14:00An interactive session covering the essentials of writing an effective CV and cover letterCareers with Social Impact – Considering Teaching? Online panel 17:00 – 18:00Considering a career in teaching? come and speak to a current trainee and qualified teachers and ask your questions about working in the profession.Study Plus Introduction to Microsoft Word 12:00 – 13:00MS Word for Students – Academic writing

Working for an NGO, Volunteering and what you can gain from the experience   18:00-17:30

We will have 2 Kent Alumni here to speak with you about their experience of working with NGO’s and Volunteering. You will have the opportunity to hear what their day to day jobs look like and ask questions.

Wednesday 30th NovemberCareers with Social Impact – How to get started with LinkedIn 11:00 – 12:00Find out why you should be using LinkedIn and how to get startedCareers with Social Impact – NHS jobs and volunteering opportunities. Drop in. Keynes Atrium 12:30 – 14:30What is it like to work in social care? come and find out about NHS jobs and volunteering opportunitiesCareers with Social Impact – NHS opportunities in social care presentation 13:00 – 14:00NHS staff and service leaders’ presentation for students looking for work experience and volunteering with East Kent NHS

Thursday 1st DecemberCareers with Social Impact – Emily Reading from How to start a career in think tanks and policy 11:00 – 12:00Interested in politics, government and research? A career in think tanks or policy can be a great way to put this interest into practice with a range of career options from research to communications to events and fundraising.Careers with Social Impact – How to answer interview questions 12:00 – 13:00Find out how to tackle some of the common interview questions and more tricky ones that you might face at an interview, with examples.Careers with Social Impact – NHS Careers and Skills in Healthcare Science and Social Care 13:00 – 14:00NHS Virtual panel. Hear from 4 panellists and find out about Healthcare Science and NHS Finance opportunities. Open to students from all courses.Careers with Social Impact – Securing a role within the NHS 17:00 – 18:00Securing a role within the NHS. Transferable skills for career in health and care – Open to students from all coursesDHM: Kickstart your Career with Change 100 14:00 – 15:00Join Change 100 to learn about the types of roles on offer through Change 100, what makes a successful application and how the programme can help build your confidence in managing your disability in the workplace.Study Plus -BSUJ ASIPRE – Build a website MEDWAY CAMPUS – Week 7 – Online business presence 13:00 – 14:00Having competition is actually a good thing! In this interactive workshop you will learn how to analyse competition in your market to understand their strengths and weaknesses and uncover the innovation to differentiate your business.Study Plus Udamon Mentoring What does Success look like for you Online 13:00 – 14:30In this session we explore the key questions and frameworks you can use to make confident and creative decisions about your future career moves.

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