“Ensuring that the people we’ve met have our contacts details is vital; in the spirit of networking, if we are looking to be of benefit to others, they need to be able to contact us as and when needed.”
Networking can be a great chance to meet employers, but often people don’t plan or prepare for it and end up disappointed. Use this nine step guide to navigate your way through your first networking event.
As an intern at Enterprise I got to experience the highs and lows of assessment day to put together my dos and don’ts , as well as giving you an idea of what you should expect and what will be expected of you on the day.
Your Alumni network is not only a great way to meet new people, learn more about the field you want to work in and get great advice from those in the workplace, it could also open the door to job opportunities. Find out how to make the most of this often untapped resource.
Personal Branding needs to start from the 1st year at university. Not only will this help you secure the career you want after graduation, having a strong personal brand will fast track you on a very successful career.
We have gathered a range of hints and tips in an effort to help equip you and to give you the best possible chance of finding your ideal job. With so many graduates and soon-to-be graduates on the scene it is more important than ever to be prepared for a battle in the job market in order win over potential future employers.
It’s such a busy time for us out and about on campus, but I’ve finally found time to write about the Enactus training weekend. Enterprise had a full team, literally 11 of us, in Grantham to help students develop their employability skills through group exercises, presentations and interview assessments.