‘International Citizenship Service’ is a government run scheme that enables young British people to go to a developing country and work with a charity for three months.
The charity sector continues to grow and change, as it attracts more and more graduates each year. Here's what it's like working as a ‘Communications and Fundraising Officer’ for a small charity in Uganda.
We catch up with David, a Harper Adams graduate who farms in Warwickshire, to find out why he has decided to follow his family into this industry post-university.
Here are a few tips to handle your mental health this exam term and beyond.
Read on to find out how developers are actually highly sociable, excellent problem solvers and welcoming a bigger range of people than ever before.
Many of us can’t live without social media – we post pictures of our brunch, we Snapchat countless selfies, we tweet our views of JP and Binky’s lovechild – we have created a complete online persona. So how can that online persona get you a job? And how could it cost you one?
When you say that you’re looking for a job, one site gets thrown at you again and again: LinkedIn. Don't worry if you are late to the game; LinkedIn is actually really simple.
Here are a few of the many women who have worked tirelessly to become inspirational role models for your job search, our Women Crush Wednesdays if you will.
So it turns out pharmaceuticals isn’t all drug development and white coats, they hire vets too!
While ‘the vet abroad’ might sound like the perfect Instagram name, for one guy this was his reality.