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Career Story: The value of experience outside the curriculum

Degree: Double degree in Marketing and Management  Completion year: 2018  Years since graduation: 1  Career story themes: Getting to know your industry, learning from experience 

Expert guide – Engaging students to optimise practice-based learning

This resource is an expert guide from Professor Amanda Henderson on how to engage students to optimise practice-based learning

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 with guests from their discipline. It includes sample questions, and challenges students to add at least three of their own. Ask students to think about what they really want to know! This resource will be most useful to students and educators if students have first created a personalised employability profile as part of the Developing EmployABILITY process. Find out more about the process here. There is no charge for any employABILITY resources. Members of the Developing EmployABILITY community can access ‘Careers panel: How did you get here?’ here. If you haven’t signed up yet, do so for free here to learn more about the Developing ...

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!  

Careers panel: How did you get here?

Other resources to compliment this one include ‘Getting what you want in music I‘, ‘Getting inspiration from others‘, ‘Career story: Trying things out‘, ‘Career story: Following your passion‘, ‘Career story: Orchestral life‘, ‘Career story: Finding the sparkle‘ and ‘Career story: Filling in the gaps‘.  

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