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Do you need help to achieve your goals? We have a programme of Careers coaching open to you, as well as a range of short-time internship oppotunities within the university.
How can career coaching help?
The purpose of coaching is to support you to achieve your personal and professional goals.
A career coach can help you identify the right role for you and help you make the transition into your new role. A coach can help you:
A coach offers unbiased, objective feedback tailored to your search and career goals specifically focussing on:
Career coaches don’t promise you’ll be hired after an interview, and they don’t guarantee job placement. Your coach is an ally who is familiar with your situation and dedicated to your success.
What do I have to do?
A coach will provide you with tools and resources necessary to make you and your job search successful, but cannot do the work for you. It’s up to you to take what you learn in a session and run with it. This means being willing to put aside dedicated time to practice interviewing skills, for example. As with most things, you’ll get out what you put into the relationship.
Your coach will have regular communication with you through telephone, Skype or email to increase your future success and ensure momentum and consistency.
Everything discussed is treated in confidence and data is maintained in a confidential manner.
To find out more email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We also have a range of 12 week, paid, internship opportuities across the university. These are an excellent way to build up your skills and gain experience. To find out more take a look at the Employment and Recruitment Service website.