The University’s Employability Festival has been and gone – two weeks of talks, workshops, networking sessions, and fairs, all run with the aim of enhancing your employability prospects and your awareness of the jobs and careers that await you.
We hope that you engaged with EmpFest, and went along to the sessions that interested you. If you have any feedback on any aspects of EmpFest, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the CES, as they would love to hear your views, and if you have any suggestions or areas you would like to see covered in future events.
Also, if you attended any particularly useful sessions during the last two weeks – perhaps something that gave you a ‘Eureka!’ moment, or opened your eyes to a new path for the future – and you would like to write a guest blog for this website, get in touch with Jon Beer (J.Beer@kent.ac.uk). Guest blogs are very welcome, and you will receive Employability Points for taking the time to write up your thoughts.
There will, of course, be more employability events and talks throughout the rest of this term – keep an eye on the Upcoming Events box in the top right of the blog. These events will continue on into the Spring term, which will be capped off by #HumanitiesForHire, a sort of mini-Employability Festival specifically for Humanities students. Keep an eye on the blog for more details about that.