Making Your Name: The Power of Volunteering. Advice for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Students.

Student volunteers. Source; http://www2.ucsc.edu

When you are an arts or humanities student, it can be very hard to find a part-time job relevant to your studies and interests. Think about it – who would employ an 18-year old photographer? Or how likely is a theatre to employ a fresher of the Drama course? What about a teenage proofreader in a publishing house? Opportunities can be hard to find. But there is a way – and it’s called volunteering.

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7 Ways to Secure a Job Before You Finish University

Please look here: a great article on securing a job!

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7 Ways to Secure a Job Before You Finish University

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1.a) Know what you want

It all begins with deciding what career you want. This should NOT be based on salary level, as you will soon realise as you begin to work that if you do not like a job you will not be motivated to do well in it. Once you have found something you would like to do, it’s important to research the varying types of professions within that industry or sector. For example, Continue reading