SAC Employability workshops!

Join us for our special alumni-led employability workshops on Monday 30th October

As part of this year’s Employability Festival, we will be running a series of workshops created just for SAC students

  1. What could I do with my degree from the School of Anthropology & Conservation?

What does a Parliamentary Assistant, a Commercial Solutions Manager, a PhD student, and a business start-up entrepreneur have in common? Join us for this informal session to find out!

This session will give you the opportunity to meet real SAC graduates, find out what they are doing now and how they got there. Hear about their experiences since graduation, make some contacts and be inspired.

This session will run twice. The morning session will be held 11:00-12:00 in GS1 and the afternoon session will be held 15:00-16:00 in GS5. Refreshments will be provided.

  1. Communicating your Value

Students are often told that they need to stand out in the jobs market but given very little, or bad advice, as to how to do that in reality. With the continuing rise of competition for good jobs and technology removing some jobs altogether, it is more important than ever that you can target a desired job and sell yourself into it.

This session will help you understand the key things employers are looking for and how you can avoid the use of generic statements like ‘good communicator’ to stand out from the crowd. See your degree, experiences and skills in a new light and gain the confidence to convey your true value to potential employers!

Bring along your C.V. and get some real and relevant advice.

Evan Page, who is a Commercial Solutions Manager at Philips Healthcare Systems and a former SAC student, will lead this session.

This session will be held 14:00-15:00 venue to be confirmed. Refreshments will be provided.

 All SAC students are welcome to attend, but places are limited! So make sure you book your place today by emailing