There’s so many events to choose from to help with your future career. Get stuck in and let us know if you enjoyed it with the hashtag #SEDdigest!
Careers in Literature (Royal Society of Literature) | Wednesday 14 November | King’s College | Free
The event is FREE and open to Arts and Humanities students from University of London colleges and RSL Young Members.
To book: email@example.com or call 020 7845 4677
Join the Department for Education (DfE) for an introduction to the teaching profession, an overview of what to expect in the role, and a chance for you to ask questions about your teacher training options. The DfE presentation will be followed by a forum of teacher training providers, giving you more opportunities to find your best route into teaching.
Social media skills are essential for so many marketing, publishing, pr & comms roles… this is a fantastic opportunity to increase your skills AND useful for the CV/applications!
A great way to meet theatres and organisations and find out about careers in the theatre industry.
SED EVENING: What are We doing with our English degrees? 22nd November 6.15 – 8.00pm. Arts One, 1.28.
Booking now open: come along to listen to & meet recent QM English graduates guests and discover what they are doing with their English degrees. Drinks & Snacks will be served.
If you are still wondering what you will do with your English degree, come for an entertaining and interesting evening and discover opportunities in a range of possible careers. If you already know you are interested in a career in one or more of the sectors covered, this is a fantastic opportunity to get some insider tips on how to successfully access these roles.
Our guests will all talk about what they do and there will be a chance to meet them in small groups and ask your questions directly to the guests.
Confirmed so far are:
- Lucy Furneaux – Philanthropy & Events Co-ordinator, Crisis
- Kate Turner – Media & Public Affairs Manager, FIA Foundation
- Claudia Catelin – EU & Trade Analyst, Institute of Directors
- Danniella Hart – English Teacher, Harris City Academy
- Natalie Jaaskelainen – Project Manager, Dennis Publishing
- Nilufa Yasmin – Graduate Trainee/Development Manager, QMUL
4 out of the 6 guests confirmed have also gained a Masters since graduating from QM, so we will also explore what they did & why.
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Jobs, Work Experience and Internship Opportunities
Barclays Marketing Internships – 8 weeks in Summer 2019 – APPLY NOW:
Spend your summer helping Barclays promote its services and win new business. Working on diverse projects with this fast-paced team, you’ll learn how to communicate effectively and creatively across a range of marketing channels.
QTaster – Deadline Friday 16 November
QTaster is a programme which allows you to learn about different careers by visiting a variety of graduate employers – experience different working environments, learn about sectors and roles, and network with employers.
6 sessions take place between 16th January and 20th March – this includes 4 visits and 2 training sessions.
Previous employers have included: ASOS, British Heart Foundation, Wellcome Trust, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Investec, UBS, Springer Nature, FDM and Microsoft. The schedule for Semester B is currently being confirmed – follow Careers & Enterprise on social media for updates.
Applications are open until 10am Friday 16th November.
Reuters Journalism Training Programme – apply by 30 November for September 2019 start
Reuters, the news and media division of Thomson Reuters, is the world’s largest independent news provider, reaching more than one billion people every day.
Prerequisites: Clear commitment to a career in journalism; Drive to build sources, break news and deliver deeply reported stories; Strong interest in issues that affect companies, markets and economies; Ability to generate original, relevant story ideas; Ambition to deliver journalism with real impact; Fluency in written English; Fluency in a second language beneficial but not compulsory; An international outlook
Find far more info here: https://qmul.targetconnect.net/leap/jobs.html?id=42141&service=Careers+Service
SKY: Marketing Summer Internship
Support the Marketing team, helping to educate people about our products and services. Get stuck into various marketing projects in a dynamic, exciting environment. Impress us, and we could well offer you a full-time position once you graduate – starting summer 2020.
You will: Craft ad campaigns: Handle customer relationships; Deliver strategic insights; Promote TV shows; Plan, prioritise, research and juggle multiple projects
More info & applications: https://qmul.targetconnect.net/leap/jobs.html?id=42421&service=Careers+Service
Our final show for the year will be a DELUXE edition, meaning
– More performers!
– Shorter fast-paced performances
– jam packed fun
If you would like to perform, please get in touch, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SED Networking Events
Queen Mary Writers: Nikesh Shukla and Bidisha | Tuesday 13 November 2018 | 18:30-20:30 | QMUL | Free
Queen Mary University of London and Wasafiri invite you to a reading and conversation with Nikesh Shukla and Bidisha. This is a chance to engage in lively discussion with some ground-breaking writers of the moment.
Salon: An Age of Schadenfreude | Thursday 15 November 2018 | 19:00—20:30 | Wellcome Collection, Euston | Free
Inspired by the ‘Schadenfreude’ book, this Salon will bring together artists and performers (and you) to offer a distinctive perspective on this most morally conflicted of emotions. Come along and join the conversation.
Featuring our very own…
Tiffany Watt Smith
Curator: Cultural historian Tiffany Watt Smith will curate the evening. She is author of ‘Schadenfreude: The Joy of Another’s Misfortune’ (Wellcome Books, October 2018).
Artist: Lois Weaver is an artist, activist and Professor of Contemporary Performance at Queen Mary University of London.