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Developing EmployABILITY in the UK

Developing EmployABILITY project leader Professor Dawn Bennet has recently returned from the United Kingdom, after undertaking residencies at the University of ...

Featured resource: Careers panel

This week’s featured resource is ‘Careers panel: How did you get here?’. The Careers Panel resource encourages students to facilitate their own careers panel wi...

Featured resource: Career action plan

This week’s featured resource is ‘Career action plan’. Most people have more than one career, and for this reason, personal values are important drivers of care...

Featured resource: Plotting your preferences

This week’s featured resource is ‘Plotting your preferences’ .  This resource helps students to pinpoint strengths, identify possible future directions, and lea...

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Developing EmployABILITY in the UK

Developing EmployABILITY project leader Professor Dawn Bennet has recently returned from the United Kingdom, after undertaking residencies at the University of Leeds and the University of Southampton....Read More

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We have a vibrant Community of Practice on LinkedIn. Ask questions, post resources and ideas, or just be part of the conversation!

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Writing a cover letter

This resource focuses on writing a cover letter. It begins by challenging students to scrutinise graduate opportunities, to reflect on their own skills and attributes and then to consider the World Economic Forum’s ‘10 top skills for 2020’.

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Expert advice: Engaging alumni for student employability

Professor Jess Vanderlelie

This expert guide is from Professor Jess Vanderlelie. Jess outlines how to engage alumni for student employability including top tips and things to avoid.

Careers panel: How did you get here?

An excellent way for students to learn about professional life is through hosting a careers panel.

This resource encourages students to facilitate their own careers panel with guests from their discipline. It includes sample questions, but challenges students to add at least three of their own. Ask students to think about what they really want to know!

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