#TEDTalkTuesday – How to make hard choices, Ruth Chang: http://ow.ly/gqH2301wbM2
#TEDTalkTuesday – Listen, learn … then lead, Stanley McChrystal: http://ow.ly/n8eY301wbM1
#TEDTalkTuesday – Build a tower, build a team, Tom Wujec: http://ow.ly/8hky301wbM0
#TEDTalkTuesday – The happy secret to better work, Shawn Achor: http://ow.ly/Yq4e301wbLZ
So you graduated with an Education related degree, but haven’t landed a job yet? Worry not!
The Careers and Employability Service have loads for resources for you:
First of all: a guide to finding your first teaching job: Finding your first teaching job (PDF)
Not sure where you want to work? Here’s some information about different types of school: Types of school (PDF)
Congratulations! You landed a job! Here’s everything you need to know about Your NQT induction year (PDF)
Don’t fancy a permanent job? Have you considered supply work? Pros and Cons of Supply Work (PDF)
As part of our annual Education Conference, there will be an employer fair where you can meet various employers from the education sector. These will take place on Monday 17 October in Lancaster (11.30am-2.30pm in the Old Dining Hall), and on Tuesday 18 October in Carlisle (11.00am-2.00pm in the Learning Gateway, Fusehill Street).
Good luck, and remember that the Careers and Employability service is here for you, even after you graduate. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
This week the Careers and Employability service ran their ‘Get A Job’ Opportunities fairs in Ambleside, Carlisle and Lancaster – here are the vacancies that were posted on the jobs boards:
Carlisle: Carlisle Vacancies (PDF) – download
Ambleside: Ambleside Vacancies (PDF) – download
Lancaster: Lancaster Vacancies (PDF) – download
We also have a part-time jobs leaflet available to download with lots of useful links and advice on finding part-time work: Part-time Work Handout (PDF) – download
#TEDTalkTuesday – As work gets more complex, 6 rules to simplify, Yves Morieux: http://ow.ly/u9Vx301wbLY