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February is LGBT+ History Month in the UK, a month in which we recognise and celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and additional queer histories.
It has never been so important to manage your career to achieve your ambitions. The next St George's Careers Week (our second ever!) will be taking place from 1-5 March, coinciding with the same national themed week. We will shortly to be posting details of the virtual programme here, on Canvas and on other St George's social media.
Look out for details that will help you make the right choices, re-energise your job hunt, and boost your career.
Open to students of all year groups and pathways, as well as recent graduates, our programme of events will address 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 share 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.
We will be revealing other useful careers and well-being resources during Careers Week and beyond to help our current students and newest alumni on their career path. In the meantime, you can find lots more resources on our Careers Pages, such as profiles, stories and advice from our alumni, tips on resilience, and well-being resources.
Please see below for a schedule. We hope you will be able to join us!
11.00 – 11.30am: Resilience and Adjusting to Change – Nicoletta Fossati, MBBS Alumna
12.00-12.30pm: Adapting to change and looking after your wellbeing - Cathy Wield, MBBS Alumna
1.00-1.30pm: Work-life balance and managing stress – Chris Redmond, Healthcare Science Alumnus
2.30-3.30pm – Postgraduate Study
1.00-1.30pm: Looking after your wellbeing in a pandemic – Nirja Joshi, MBBS Alumna
2.00-2.30pm: Making a move into teaching, and taking a career break – Matthew Owen, Physiotherapy Alumnus
12.00-12.30: Non-traditional career paths - Francesca Humfrey, Biomedical Science Alumna
1.00-1.30pm: Changing career paths and moving into management – Jessica Brett, Healthcare Practice Alumna
2.00-2.30pm: Non-traditional routes into healthcare - Adrien Dansette, Paramedic Science Alumnus
3.00-4.00pm: Random Chat (more information to follow)
11.00-11.30am: Changing direction in your career, and working towards your goals – Shirley Forson, Physiotherapy Alumna
12.-12.30pm: Non-traditional career paths - Shriya Prabhakar
1.00-1.30pm: Adapting to new ways of working and balancing work and family – Saira Alam, Therapeutic Radiography
3.00-4.00pm: Job hunting in a pandemic
12.00-1.00pm: Your part in the pandemic - what skills have you built?
2.30-3.00pm: Postgraduate study - Jacob Wildfire, PhD student
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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