The Graduate and Work Placement Fair is on Wednesday 17 October – 11.00am – 3.00pm at York St John University in Temple Hall. We have a range of employer attending offering Graduate and Year in Industry opportunities and Summer Internships/Placements, a list of the organisations attending can be found here [https://www.yorksj.ac.uk/careers-placements–opportunities/careers-events/employers-and-organisations-on-campus/#d.en.44720] and below. The Fair is an opportunity for students to not only find out about a range of careers but to gain confidence in speaking to employers and start to build networks.
Graduate and Work Placement Fair, 17 October 2018
11.00am – 3.00pm in Temple Hall
Don’t miss this great opportunity to talk to employers, discover what career prospects are out there and where you fit in!
Postgraduate Study at York St John
Clinical Selection Ltd
Technology in Play
The Grand Hotel and Spa
Civil Service Fast Stream
Royal Air Force
Enterprise Rent a Car
Light Night 2018 Volunteer Information
Light Night is a multi-arts and light festival which takes over Leeds city centre on 2 nights in early October. The city’s arts and cultural venues open their doors late into the evening, and artists transform indoor and outdoor spaces into exciting, interactive works of art.
This year’s festival will take place on the evenings of Thursday 4th and Friday 5th October. Volunteers must also be able to attend one of our briefing sessions taking place at 6pm on Wednesday 19th September and 6pm on Monday 24th September.
Being such a large city-wide event, which is increasing in popularity year on year, Light Night relies on a large number of volunteers. The role of Light Night Festival Volunteer will involve a number of different duties, and opportunities may vary depending on what this year’s Light Night priorities are. You may be asked to assist an artist, undertake market research, or work as a visitor assistant.
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By Tia Byer
On Wednesday 29th November, York St John University held a social media awareness workshop exploring the dangers and benefits of social media. The workshop was run by Andi Keeling. With over 30 years of operational experience working in the corporate world, Andi’s expertise provided York St John students with vital information concerning how to trace our online footprint.
Continue reading “event reflection. the perks and pitfulls of social media: how your digital footprint could both help and hinder your career.”
How well do you present yourself online? Do you come across as professional, reliable and employable? How much do you know about your own digital footprint, and the implications this could have on your future?
Continue reading “student event. how mismanaged social media could cost you your career. Weds 29th November.”