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Researchers at St George’s are to begin running the latest University of Oxford-led Com-COV study, looking into different Covid-19 vaccination schedules for young people aged 12 to 16.
It has never been so important to manage your career to achieve your ambitions. St George's Careers Week (our second ever!) took place 1-5 March, coinciding with the same national themed week.
Open to students of all year groups and pathways, as well as recent graduates, our programme of events addressed themes like Resilience, Workplace Wellbeing and Planning your Career in a Pandemic.
The programme includes Q&A sessions in which alumni from a range of disciplines and courses shared their own careers and wellbeing insight, as well as advice on how to manage your own future and job hunt successfully in these unpredictable times.
Random Chat aims to replicate online the chance encounters that happen on campus, providing a space for conversations between students across all programmes (and with staff) and for friendships to develop. Chat sessions on Teams are structured to allow conversations to flow and for participants to get to know one another.
1.00-1.30pm: Adapting to new ways of working and balancing work and family – Saira Alam, Therapeutic Radiography
Job Hunting in a Pandemic – how can you help yourself most to secure your future ambitions whether in or outside of a pandemic? What is the recruitment situation at present? What action can you take now to invest in your future? Join us for the live presentation giving you Top Tips on creating the future for you despite the limitations of recent times.
11.00am-11.30am: Tips for postgraduate study and study in the US - Rosie Dutt
12.00-1.00pm: Your part in the pandemic - what skills have you built?
Supporting the COVID effort – what has changed on your CV? What skills have you built? From working in labs to retail, at testing centres and volunteering in the community, we reflect on how can you harness your experiences to show your attributes, skills and attitude. We will be looking at the revised George’s Skills and Recognition Award, and how it can support your career preparation and management.
2.30-3.00pm: Making a difference through research - tips for those considering a PhD - Jacob Wildfire, PhD student
Read the bios of the alumni taking part in these Q&As.
Our alumni will speak about their experiences and provide advice on building your career.
Read about the career experiences of St George's alumni and see where our courses could take you.
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