With our Spring Fair taking place on Thursday 23rd March, this is your chance to meet with dozens of local, national and international employers who are offering graduate recruitment, internship and placement opportunities.
If you want to hear five great reasons why you should attend our careers fair, have a look at the video below:
To book your attendance at the fair, please click here.
If you’re already attending, then here’s some great student tips on how to prepare for the fair!
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday 23rd March between 11am – 3pm in Hallam Hall and the Careers and Employability Centre.
This month the Psychology department, working alongside the Careers and Employment Service and Alumni office, hosted their first alumni networking event. The purpose of the event was to celebrate the achievements of graduates from the department and maintain relationships with alumni, encouraging them to network with each other and hear about other opportunities to stay involved with the university. Over 30 current students also attended and were given the chance to gain insight into the real life experiences of recent graduates and develop their networking skills through discussion and questioning the graduates in small groups.
Next Thursday, students from Art and Design courses will be exhibiting and selling their products at the very first Hallam Hand Made Craft Market, Cantor Atrium 11am – 3pm
Craft professionals will be exhibiting and selling their products alongside the students. The event has been organised by Caroline Nouvellon, our Employment Adviser who works with Art and Design courses, with the assistance of local not-for-profit gallery All Good Stuff on Arundel Street.
The idea behind the event was to provide students with first-hand experience of selling their products. Caroline hopes that the group will gain an understanding of the planning and preparation that is required, of how to price and display their products, and of how to engage with customers and make sales! Students will have the opportunity to work alongside and learn from craft professionals who will be able to share their own experiences of starting out as independent practitioners.
So, come along and support Hallam students in their venture, and buy something nice for someone special this Christmas!
As part of Graduate Entrepreneurship Week, Sheffield Hallam University are hosting a series of “enterprise” events for students and staff. A series of events through the week have been organised by the Enterprise Team and the Students Union, with the support of Careers and Employment. The aim is to provide students and staff with the opportunity to share good practice, test and develop their own enterprising skills and hear from local successful entrepreneurs.
Jaguar Land Rover were at Sheffield Hallam today, presenting to students interested in their graduate programme. Students were given an overview of the company and their products, and details of their different graduate schemes. They had a chance to hear from and ask questions of recent graduates now working for JLR.
Employers at today’s Business, Finance and Languages Fair took time out to pass on some top tips to any students thinking of applying to them. You will notice there are some common themes to what they said!
Two of the biggest careers events of the year are happening this week, with the Engineering and Technology Fair on Tuesday 4 November, and the Business, Finance and Language Fair on Wednesday 5 November. You might be wondering what happens at a careers fair, and what you might get out of attending.
Laura is a final year Psychology student. Here she talks about the new Heart of the Campus Building, where she has been working as a student ambassador.
In September 2014 the new Heart of the Campus at Collegiate opened replacing the old HOTC building and Marshall Hall. This development at Collegiate is home to Development and Society (Law, Psychology and Social Sciences).
Collegiate is built on a conservation site and this was considered by the architect when designing the new building and as a result the building has been designed to be sympathetic to the surrounding environment. Many of you may have noticed the stag on Broomgrove entrance; this has been designed by the artist Chris Tipping to represent the heritage site through using modern mediums.
The academic year is well and truly underway, the leaves are turning red and students and staff are settling into the new Heart of the Campus building at Collegiate. Beyond discovering the gastronomic delights of The Granary, it’s worth finding out about other new provision on campus.
The new building, and the Student Services hub, has allowed us to offer new and flexible ways of working with students to develop their employability:
Careers and employment appointments are available in Student Services, where you will also find career resources
Every Tuesday to Friday we offer lunch time drop-in appointments, for immediate support with CVs, application forms or job seeking
Weekly workshops are on offer; covering topics such as interview techniques, applying for postgraduate study, finding part time work and using LinkedIn
Book in for a realistic Practice Interview, with questions tailored towards a job description of your choice
But this is just the beginning and we plan to expand upon the services on offer at Collegiate. Look out for Employer Presentations, LinkedIn drop in support and other provision aimed at supporting and building your employability and career aspirations.