Mentoring a first-year student can be a great way to “give something back” while also boosting your own communication and relationship-building skills. Here’s our guide to being the best student mentor you can be.
Understanding what you want for your career and where your strengths lie is an important part of your personal brand. But you’ll also need to avoid these 10 mistakes if you are looking to make the right impression.
You may never have thought about it, but what appears under your name in Google can affect your chances of getting a job. Make the message positive rather than the results showing a dodgy picture or comment made in jest, which could lead to your application ending up in the bin.
Almost everyone is on social media these days, but often forget that it’s not just their friends who can see posts. Employers also take a look. Avoid making the mistakes that could cost you and interview or job with this handy list of the biggest no-nos on social media.
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.