We LOVE Inspiring Interns for creating this handy guide to internships in London. The nation’s capital can be a scary place sometimes – especially when looking for a job, so thank you Inspiring Interns.
The guide offers up a list of resources available to help you with your search. Some are free, some you have to pay for. Inspiring Interns have covered off the most popular job sectors, including Marketing, Digital and Fashion. There’s even a section on the advantages of learning a second language – sure the team at thirdyearabroad.com will be happy about that
View the guide here: Guide to internships in London
Happy internship hunting!
Remove your embarrassing bits from Google search results with their new search removal request form
You can now ask Google to “block” search results you don’t want people to see! Great news if you have a questionable online history
The form you need to complete is here: Google search removal request
Details of the ruling that lead to the introduction of this new privacy tool:
Leaving home for the first time is scary – especially when you don’t know where your next meal is coming from
Leaving home for university can be a bit of a step into the unknown for a lot of students – especially when it comes to cooking. To make things a little easier Walton Robinson have created these free, simple to follow recipe cards that can be downloaded and used at home.
Google’s Resumé formula could help you land that dream job
Google’s senior vice president of people operations Laszlo Bock:
“The key is to frame your strengths as: ‘I accomplished X, relative to Y, by doing Z.’
Most people would write a résumé like this: ‘Wrote editorials for The New York Times.’ Better would be to say: ‘Had 50 op-eds published compared to average of 6 by most op-ed [writers] as a result of providing deep insight into the following area for three years.’ Most people don’t put the right content on their resumés.”
Give it a go, and let us know if it helps you get that dream job.
UK rapper Bashy schools us on career choices and personal development
I usually use my weekends to run through all the interesting bits I find online during the week – Bashy’s Fire in the Booth session made the list this week. It was worth the wait!
Points to takeaway
- On careers; listen from 1:49.
- Money management; listen from 5:42.
- Personal development – learn another language; listen from 12:44.
This post originally appeared on StudentVine
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