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For the very first time, from Monday 2 – Friday 6 March St George’s, University of London and St George’s Students’ Union will be hosting a careers week. From highlighting careers resources and meeting the careers team to networking with alumni and talking about mental health in the workplace, there will be a host of activities on offer for students to take part in.
Meet the Careers Consultants
Social Learning Space, Hunter Wing, 1st floor
Have you ever wondered what careers support is on offer at St George’s? Have you always thought about making an appointment but never got around to it? Maybe you just want to find out more about what the careers service offers?
The careers advisors will be outside the library to answer any and all of your questions:
The Radiography Careers Fair
During careers week, the Department for Radiography will be holding their annual Careers Fair for students studying Therapeutic and Diagnostic Radiography. The event provides students with a unique platform to discuss employment and progression opportunities with over 30 visiting NHS Trusts and Private organisations.
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Humans in Healthcare
Your workplace wellbeing
The Curve Lecture theatre
St George’s welcomes a range of people from various healthcare specialities to share their lived experiences about staying well in the workplace, coping with their careers and highlighting the issues relating to mental health and the importance of seeking help.
Keynote speaker: The wounded Healer, Dr Ahmed Hankir
Other speakers: To be confirmed
Careers week is taking over your library, there will be a book display at the entrance of the library highlighting the careers material available in the library.
Won’t be on campus? Careers week goes digital! Each day we will be sharing our careers top tips and resources via our social media channels. This includes what our careers service can offer, how you can get involved in the George’s Skills and Recognition Award and how you can effectively use the careers resources on Canvas.
Whatever you want to do in the future – and whether your career path is clear or not – St George’s career’s service is here to assist you.
St George’s welcomes a range of people from various healthcare specialities to share their lived experiences about staying well in the workplace.
Read about the career experiences of St George's alumni and see where our courses could take you.
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