Blind in Business is organising their annual “Edcuation to Employment” event in Godalming (Surrey) on Thursday 19th to Friday 20th July 2012.
The 2-day residential event will give you an opportunity to be interviewed by 20 HR Managers from some of the UK’s leading firms.
There will be a number of employment workshops and you will be given the chance to go water-skiing.
The event is free to attend. If you would like to come along but feel the cost of travel prohibitive, then Blind in Business will consider paying your travel expenses.
Every year this is oversubscribed so if you would like to come along, please email as soon as possible, including a copy of your latest CV to Justin Harrison at: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0207 588 1885
For 34 years this Award has continued to launch students into professional careers and now it’s your chance to show you’ve got what it takes! However limited your resources, our experienced judging panel will recognise the kind of imagination and energy that will drive a successful career in media.
This is a fantastic opportunity for publications, websites, reporters, critics, columnists, broadcasters, photographers and digital journalists to show off their talent and kick start their careers in the media.
Winners will be awarded 2 weeks work experience at the Guardian with runners up receiving 1 week.
A full list of categories and details of how to enter can be found at The Guardian
Closing date: Friday 29th June 2012
Website Closing date: Friday 1st June 2012
Wednesday 6th June 2012
11am - 5pm
Pre-register online for free admission
In partnership with The Open University, the Denbigh Teaching School Alliance is recruiting a number of teacher trainees on their School Direct programme.
This is a tremendous opportunity for graduates interested in secondary school teaching of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry or Modern Foreign Languages (French, Spanish and German) to achieve a PGCE and QTS with ‘Ofsted Outstanding’ providers.
Students will follow the Open University PGCE, completing at least 23 weeks of school-based training in Milton Keynes schools attached to the Denbigh Teaching School Alliance.
To apply you will need to
An informal information evening will be held at Denbigh School on Wednesday 30th May 2012 from 7 - 8 pm. To sign up for the information evening or request a copy of the prospectus and application form, call Val Hawthorne on 01908 330527. Deadline for applications: Thurs 7 June 2012.
The training will begin in September 2012. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend an interview on Wednesday 4 July 2012. Successful candidates will undergo an enhanced CRB check.
Adzuna, a classified ads search company, is presenting its first Graduate Competition this year to all recent or soon-to-be graduates. The winner will receive a cash prize and a 1-week placement with one of the leading companies in the UK including the likes of eBay, Sony and L’OReal as well as some CV mentoring.
Whether you excel in arts, music, sports, a particular academic, language, or are an outstanding student union member, leader or social contributor, they would like to hear from you about why you deserve to win.
For more information and details on how to apply, go to the adzuna website.
Deadline is 31st May 2012 and the winner will be selected on 1st July 2012.
The Careers Advisory Service is running a Networking forum which runs from Tuesday 8th May until Friday 1st June 2012. The forum will be moderated by two careers advisers, who will guide you through the intricacies of networking. The moderators are not experts though, and we hope that with your input we can share ideas, advice, thoughts and experiences about networking in its broadest sense, and hopefully everyone will benefit. It provides an excellent chance to ask about and discuss a whole range of topics such as:
To access the forum go to the Careers Workspace using your OU computer username and password.The forum will be open for 4 weeks and will then become read-only for a further 12 months.This is a great opportunity to get your questions answered by a qualified careers adviser. We hope to see you on the forum.