Are you coming to the end of your time here at Lancaster? Are you unsure what decision to take?
Although no-one stays in the same career for all their working life these days, you do need to think about what you are going to do for the initial few years after graduation.
Experience a professional Assessment Centre.
This workshop is for anybody interested in learning about American CVs (Resumes) and Interview expectations.
Are you interested in working for a charity, or having a career within the 3rd sector? Do you want a career working on issues that really matter - a career with a difference, making a difference?
The Lancaster Award is an employability Award that recognises your achievements and endorses the skills you have developed outside of your degree.
This session will help you to understand what self confidence means and why we need it
A third of graduate jobs go to those who’ve worked for the company previously or have relevant work experience.
Feedback from past Lancaster Award students suggests that they did not fully understand some of the terminology used in the skills bank, so these skill based sessions have been devised to support you to write the assignment.
Networking is no longer a ‘nice to have’ skill. In many walks of life it’s a fundamental aspect of personal development.