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Coming up | College of Social Science ‘Get Work Ready’ Event

Want to make yourself employable and enhance your CV?  Come along to the College of Social Science’s GET WORK READY event on 14th March in the Sarah Swift building to find out more about how to get work experience and the opportunities available to you.

Speak to organisations who currently offer experience for University of Lincoln students, such as Lincolnshire County Council and YMCA Sport.

Staff from Careers and Employability will be present to answer your CV or work experience questions and will also give a talk at 4.30pm about how to make the most of your time in the work place. Past students from the university will be returning to talk about their own work experience and how it has helped them in their careers. Students can also ask one-to-one questions throughout the event.

GET WORK READY will also be promoting the new Work Experience Opportunities Hub that is launching as a pilot to support a number of Schools within the College of Social Science this year. The aim of the Hub will be to support staff and students where work experience is a requirement of a credit bearing module. There will be a stand for the Hub at GET WORK READY to find out more information.

Free refreshments will be on offer and students will also receive a goodie bag filled with some essentials for student life.

To attend, simply visit to state your interest and join us in SSB0103, Sarah Swift building from 4pm until 6pm on Wednesday 14th March. Optional talks will take place from 4pm-5.30pm.

Attendance to this event counts towards the Lincoln Award.

Graduating Students: Sign Up For The Employability Bootcamp

When: Date: 30th-31st May 2017
Where: David Chiddick Building, University of Lincoln

The annual Employability Bootcamp is an event aimed at third year and Masters students who are about to graduate from the College of Social Science.

The aim of the conference is to allow you to pick up some extra skills to enhance your CV and support you in the best way possible before you go on to work or further study.

You can attend as many sessions as you want – you can treat the even like a conference and attend everything we offer, or you can simply drop-in to the sessions you feel would benefit you the most.

Best of all… it’s completely free!

If that sounds good to you, head over to the website to have a look at some of the sessions we will be offering, and then fill out the simple form on the Registration page to book your place.

Don’t forget to check out the video below for more information.



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