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Researching for Job Success
Thu 25 May 2017, 14:00 – 15:30 BST
Evidence of research indicates to an employer that you are motivated and keen to work for them. The quality of your research skills can have a huge impact on your job searches, application forms and subsequent interviews as well as enabling you to make more informed choices about the types of companies you wish to work for.
This work shop is designed for those students who are in the process of applying for graduate jobs or placemnts, but all students expressing an interest in developing their research skills for job success are welcome.
The session will explore how to hone your research skills in order to write compelling applications to employers, so please bring to the session a copy of the job or company that you are interested in applying for.
Work shop facilitators:
Julie Moody : Senior Information Specialist (Library and Digital Support)
Francesca Ivaldi : Careers Consultant (Careers and Employablity Service)
Attending this event will count towards the Plymouth Award (1 hour in the Working Life category).
Please note that this session is only open to current Plymouth University students & recent graduates (<3 years).
Drop in to the Careers & Employability Hub in RLB to chat to our friendly staff and find out more information on what’s on and how we can help you prepare.
Or check us out by visiting:
Phone: 01752 587456