For the last few months, a team of careers elves have been working hard to bring you myCareer, the brand new online home for all things careers & employability related!
Whether you’re searching for a job, booking a careers appointment or event, completing the Worcester Award or just want to ask us a question – myCareer is the place to go.
Want to talk through your career options? Have a question about searching for jobs? Or need feedback on your CV or application? Whether you’re in your first year, last year or even a recent graduate, book an appointment with one of our experienced and friendly advisers by clicking on the ‘book’ tab on myCareer. Appointments are released daily a week in advance at 7am.
You can also attend one of our upcoming drop-in sessions. Pop in at any point during the hour, no booking necessary!
- Careers Advice (St John’s): Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday 2:30pm-3:30pm firstpoint
- Careers Advice (City Campus): Wednesday 12pm-2pm CH Hub (starting the week commencing the 9th October)
Workshops and Events
Looking to improve your application and interview skills? Discover more about a particular career? Create a LinkedIn profile that will get you noticed? Our regular workshops cover all of these topics and so much more.
Plus, throughout the year we host a number of Careers Fairs and employers on campus. These are fantastic opportunities to meet recruiters and learn more about their opportunities.
Discover all of our upcoming events under the ‘book’ tab on myCareer.
Vacancies and opportunities
You can find full-time graduate jobs for after university, part-time paid jobs for whilst you study, and a number of voluntary short-term work placements to help you develop your skills and gain work experience on myCareer. Find them all under the ‘search’ tab on myCareer. You can also receive daily or weekly email alerts of new vacancies by updating your myCareer profile so you never miss out!
Have a careers related question? There’s a place for that too. Find it under the ‘resources’ tab on myCareer.
Don’t forget, you can also access a wide range of careers support and resources on the Careers & Employability website.