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Class of 23: Employability support for graduating students

If you are graduating there are some things that you can be sure of, like the ongoing support from your Careers and Employability team.

We’re here to help you plan your next steps and develop your employability skills. Earlier this week, the Careers and Employability team delivered three sessions focusing on core areas of graduate employability support that in our experience are some of the most helpful at this time of year.

Recordings of the sessions, along with some further supporting content for our Class of 23 will be released and shared with you soon.

–> CV writing for graduates
(MS Teams session recording available soon)

What is special about a graduate CV? And how can you make yours stand out?

In this workshop, we will look at how to produce a high-standard CV in terms of structure, content, and layout. You will in addition find out how to communicate your knowledge, skills, and attributes effectively.

As a follow-up to this workshop, you can book an appointment with a Career Development Adviser for an in-depth review of your CV draft.

–> Seeking your first graduate job
(MS Teams session recording available soon)

This session aims to support you in making the transition from University to your first graduate job.

Learn where to source job opportunities and get advice on key factors to consider when job searching.

I will offer guidance on how to use the University’s Careers Connect jobs database, as well as an overview of the application process for graduate jobs.

–> Looking for work after graduation?
(MS Teams session recording available soon)

Join Graduate Job Search Strategies for tips on preparing for, and effectively organising your job-hunting as a recent graduate.

We’ll also be looking at some of the resources available to you as a University of Brighton student and graduate.

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Dan Archer • 11/05/2023

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