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National Student Employment Week

National Student Employment Week is an annual event organised by NASES during which student employment services from across the UK host events designed to help bring students and employers together.

NASES organises activity on a national level while individual job shops co-ordinate local and regional events.

 

 


 

 

This year we have themed every day:

 

Monday 20th February 2017

SEOTY

Top tips to promote SEOTY in your institutions

The Student Employee of the Year Awards (SEOTY) recognises and promotes the outstanding contributions and achievements of students who effectivley combine part-time work with their study commitments.

 

Tuesday 21st February 2017

CV Support

On Tuesday 21st February, Careercake shares with you a range of free CV content to give your students.

A CV is just the beginning. There’s a huge amount of work that’s needed to achieve a career and more importantly, be seen, heard and valued by employers.

Your students are more than a two-page CV; much more than an application form. They are a real person with real value to add.

 

Wednesday 22nd February 2017

Preparing your students for an interview (advice on what to do before an interview) - Helping Your Students Shine at an interview!

Want better results for your students, but pushed for time to do it?

Then this free CPD webinar for NASES members, led by NASES Trustee and AGCAS national trainer, Carolyn Parry will definitely help you achieve more.
We understand that, whatever you do, time is tight and you will probably have a maximum of 15 minutes to work with your client.
So this webinar has been created with that in mind.

 

Thursday 23rd February 2017

SAFERJobs

Be aware of the latest scams!

 

 

Friday 24th February 2017

 

Shout about your service!

 

 

How to promote your service and its achievements to students

 

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