New video – Career Options with History

On Wednesday 28th September, Jenny Keaveney, a Careers Advisor for the University’s Careers and Employability Service, gave a talk on the different career options open to students of History and Military History. I’m pleased to say the turn-out on the day was excellent, and I hope that many of you will come along to the future talks and events run by Jenny and other members of the CES.

The talk was recorded, and you can watch the video in the Job-hunting – Your Career page of this blog.

Keep an eye on the Upcoming Events list in the top-right corner of this blog to make sure you don’t miss out on future employability workshops and events, and on the School’s events calendar to look further ahead.

Employability@Kent talk today

EDIT – updated with the video of the talk, which is below.

The first employability workshop of this year will kick off this afternoon at 4pm in the Gulbenkian Cinema. This session will focus on introducing you to the various departments and services offered by the University, and to give you an idea of what employability is at university, and what you can be doing to develop your employability prospects throughout the year.

This talk is aimed at new undergraduate students, but I’m sure it will be useful to many of you. As such, has been recorded:
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