Looking for flexible work experience this summer?
Why not take on a QProject in a local charity? There’s a fantastic range of roles available this year in fundraising, marketing, communications and more. It’s a great chance for you to lead on a project, network and develop impressive new skills for your CV. Apply now.
Work experience that fits around your schedule
QTemps provides the platform for you to gain work experience and develop the skills needed to thrive in the workplace through their temporary roles. They offer a range of diverse positions at any given time and regularly recruit for tutors, service desk analysts, administrators, E-learning assistants and more. They are a London Living Wage employer and pay a minimum of £10.20 an hour for all positions. Find out more.
Applications now open for the summer round of QMentoring – deadline this Friday
As a mentee, you will have the opportunity to receive careers support on a one-to-one basis from an experienced professional, from June to September 2018. Your mentor will help you to make better-informed career choices, develop your employability skills, and improve your confidence when applying for graduate roles. Apply here, or take a look at this blog post from Rebecca Lau, a Queen Mary alumna and mentor on the QMentoring programme. You can also check out our profile on Isil Etes, also an alumna and mentor on the programme, for another perspective. Applications must be submitted by 5pm this Friday, 25 May.
Interested in a career in communications, PR or marketing?
The Internal Engagement team is looking for a student to attend the CASE Student Communications conference, alongside a number of higher education communications colleagues, in central London on Tuesday 12 June. You would need to be available to talk informally with delegates over the lunch break about communication issues you have encountered at Queen Mary, and to speak about how university communicators can improve their student communication provision. If you are interested in taking part, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Hear from young people on starting their own business
Queen Mary students are being offered free entry to My Startup Story 2018, a lively evening chat with a panel of inspirational young founders sharing their startup stories to inspire young people to turn their innovative ideas into reality. The event will take place on Wednesday 13 June at WeWork Aldwych. You will need to use the code ‘Students18’ when registering here, and also bring your student ID card on the day.