Tag Archives: CV
As an ex-student and recruitment specialist of several years, Phil Gratton reveals common Curriculum Vitae (CV) mistakes that people make and how to remedy them.
Matalan’s recruitment co-ordinator, Victoria Kermode, came to the University of Lincoln on Wednesday 22nd February to talk to final year students about tailoring their CV for fashion specific jobs. Lauren Grey found out more.
A new study shows that less than one third of students get a worthwhile experience during a voluntary work placement, while the rest are usually turned into tea servers.
CV expert Bill Faust opens Opportunities@Lincoln’s week, dedicated to boosting students’ life prospects with up-to-date tips to market themselves to employers.
A mixture of lectures from well known faces, focused workshops, and their new purpose-built location behind the library, will lead to a successful Enterprise and Employability Week.
It can be tough to balance a social life, university course, and a part time job. So Mark Bowery has found five ways to cheat and yet balance the books.
A University of Lincoln student has found a part-time work opportunity in the Territorial Army that offers money and work experience.
It seems your course on its own won’t be enough to get you a job at the end of your studies. Here are a few extra things you can do about it.
2009 graduates face a difficult year for job prospects but may have to be prepared to put aspirations of high salaries to one side in order to build up experience.