Join Samuel from The Apprentice at an all day Enterprise bootcamp

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Now’s your chance to join Samuel Boateng, Sheffield Hallam graduate and star of BBC One show The Apprentice, to learn how to turn an idea into a viable concept in just one day on Thursday 2nd February. 

Do you think you have what it takes to be the next Hallam Apprentice? Based loosely on the TV show, students will work in groups to compete against each other in an Apprentice style task.

At the end of the day each team will pitch their idea to the panel of experts, including Samuel and a member of staff from CADS (Creative Arts Development Space).

This will be a unique chance to combine your skills with students from other faculties, build upon your professional networks, and challenge yourself to come up with creative solutions.

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This will also be a fantastic opportunity to hear from Samuel about his time studying at Hallam, his entrepreneurial journey and his advice for students on the first rungs of the career ladder.

The event is for any student, of any level or course and not just for those looking for a career within business.

To register for this one-off opportunity, search ‘Hallam Apprentice’ on UniHub (unihub.shu.ac.uk) or click here.

Deadline for applications is Tuesday 31st January.

Helping you decide your future at Creative Careers Week 2017

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If you’re looking to make an informed decision about your future career within the creative industries then make sure you attend Creative Careers Week 2017 (CCW17).

Taking place from Monday 6th to Friday 10th February at the Careers and Employability Centre, CCW17  is a full week of talks, presentations and various workshops from industry professionals across the creative industries discussing their careers, how they started, what it’s like working in the industry and the realities of working on a freelance basis.

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Guests include a graphic designer, jewellery designer, photographer, illustrator, fine artist, creative writers, bloggers.

Also, a panel of current placement year students able to provide a useful insight into the placement year experience and tips on how to make the most of it.

The week will also include tours of local art studios, CV and portfolio clinics for students across all years of study to access and gain vital advice and information about progressing within the creative industries.

You can view the full timetable below:

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For students to book onto any of these events, go to: https://goo.gl/oeykJb

A quick career question? Work Ready Wednesdays are here for you

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Starting on Wednesday 18th January 2017, if you have a quick careers-related question before or after a lecture, then you can pop into the Careers and Employability Centre where one of our Employment Advisers will be on hand to help.

The drop-in sessions will be held each and every Wednesday between 12pm – 1pm and no appointment is needed – just turn up and a member of our friendly team can assist you with any career queries you may have.

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With our help, we’ll make you work ready.

Find out how we can help you disclose your health condition or disability to an employer

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Come to the Careers and Employability Centre in Hallam Square on Tuesday 24th January between 2.00pm – 4.00pm, to hear from employers and students discussing how to confidently disclose disability during the recruitment process and support whilst in work, including hearing the reasonable adjustments they have made.

There will also be an input from ‘Change 100’, an organisation currently recruiting summer interns for major companies. You can also join careers staff and learn about the positive action employment programmes and support services available.disability disclosure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As well as the above, contributors on the day include HR Department at Sheffield Hallam University, Big Ambitions, Sheffield Hallam Disabled Student Support Service.

For current students and graduates to book their attendance, please click here.

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Our GoGlobal Fair could give you a 2017 to remember

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The GoGlobal Opportunities Fair is coming to campus on Wednesday 25th January from 11.00am – 3.00pm

Meet a mix of employers offering jobs across the globe, overseas volunteering organisations and Sheffield Hallam University students with global work experience.

Apply and explore the opportunities available for you to get international work experience.

Don’t miss this chance to;

  • Speak with employers offering overseas internship opportunities to fit alongside your studies,
  • Get involved in global volunteering
  • Meet Sheffield Hallam students like Mark (above) who have recently worked across the globe.
  • Be a part of a virtual fair and hear from employers based across the globe

Almost 30 employers are already signed-up to attend on the day.

Companies already booked on include;

  • InternChina (Paid internships across all industry sectors in China)
  • CCUSA (Be a Camp Counsellor in the states – paid work in summer camps in the USA)
  • AIESEC (Opportunities in 126 countries with a focus on Indonesia, China, Brazil and Colombia)
  • The British Council (The UK’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations Worldwide opportunities through internships)
  • American Summers (Work, Travel and live the culture with paid work in the USA)
  • Americamp (Work at Camp South Africa, Camp Thailand, Aus-Job – We’re more than just America!)
  • CRCC Asia (Be exposed to China’s dynamic culture and lifestyle by working in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen)
  • SLV Global (Mental Health work in Sri Lanka and Bali, Indonesia)
  • International Service (Volunteer opportunities helping young people and children in the developing world across Africa, Asia and Latin America)
  • ImmerQi (Be an intern, teach or volunteer in mainland China. Opportunity to learn Mandarin as you work)
  • Into Peru (Paid Internships in Lima, Peru.  Experience Latin America whilst learning Spanish)
  • USA Summer Camp (The summer job experience working at camp in the USA)
  • ICYE UK (support communities and projects across Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe)
  • Teach English in China (Immerse yourself in the most dynamic culture on earth and Teach English across major cities in China)
  • Smaller Earth (An opportunity for first time travellers – work in New Zealand, Czech Republic, Australia, Thailand and South Africa)
  • Pave Internships (Get career focussed, industry experience across India)
  • Place Rec USA (Paid internships in South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Portugal and Spain)
  • Yummy Jobs (Work In the Universal Resort and the Disney experience in the U.S.A, Florida, Chicago and California)
  • Travel Teacher (Volunteer Teaching opportunities in Fiji, Aitutaki (Cook Islands) and Internships in India)
  • AIESEC Volunteering (Opportunities in 126 countries with a focus on Indonesia, China, Brazil and Colombia)
  • Sporting Opportunities (Work doing the sport you love in Africa, Asia or South America. We also have snowboarding jobs in Canada)
  • STA Travel (Your one-stop student travel shop. Help with Travel Arrangements and Visa’s)
  • Challenges Abroad (Support children and local villages by volunteering in Romania)
  • SHU International Experience Team (Work on campus at SHU for International students)
  • Travelteer (Volunteering opportunities in Sri Lanka)
  • Wild Packs Summer Camps (Paid summer work in the USA)
  • East African Playgrounds (Volunteering opportunities in Uganda, Africa)
  • International Citizen Service (ICS) Restless Development (Government funded volunteering opportunities in Nepal, India, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe)
  • Childreach International (global child rights movement with opportunities in Tanzania)
  • UK International Soccer (Be a Soccer coach and travel the USA)

So come along on Wednesday 25th Jnauary, 11am – 3pm to find out more!