The Careers Centre offers lots of help to Staffordshire University students (and it's all FREE) and we've created this webpage to tell you all about it. Whether you need to find part-time work to help pay the bills, want to start planning your career, would like someone to check your CV and loads more – we can help you.
Our friendly team of Employability Consultants and Coaches, and Information professionals are here, 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday (and on-line too) so feel free to get in touch - give us a call, pop in to the Careers Centre or chat to us on Facebook and Twitter, and let us know how you are getting on.
Navigate around 'Students' using the links below.
Need temporary work or a holiday job?
Find out more by visiting JobZone.
Getting a job
See our resources to help you write CVs and applications and prepare for interviews.
Getting a job
Want to know more about doing a 12 month Placement as part of your course?
The Placements Team can be found in both of the Careers Centres.
Find out more on the Placements webpage
Find out how you can speak to one of our Employability Consultants or Coaches - either in person or using our on-line Eguidance service.
Careers Centre informal support network on Facebook
Join us for on-line chat, discussions, to find out about events, and more . . .
Careers Centre Facebook page (http://facebook.com/Staffsunicareers)
Careers Centre on Twitter
Follow our career-related tweets on twitter . . .
Careers Centre on Twitter (http://twitter.com/careersatstaffs)
Careers workshops and employer events
We have lots of FREE events running throughout the academic year, including: workshops (on topics like CV writing and interview techniques); employer visits; Careers on Tour (meet us out in your faculty/school); and loads more.
See our Events Page for details.
Careers Centre Resources
We have two Careers Centres full of resources for you to use, follow the link to find out more.
Careers Centre resources
Links to information and support for those considering self employment
Self employment information
Work in partnership with your Students' Union
Student Academic Partnerships (SAP)
A great opportunity for students to work in equal partnership with academic staff to strengthen the development of learning and teaching and the facilities and services of the University.
Social & Ethical, Enterprise Development Fund (SEED)
If you're a current Staffordshire University student with a great idea to develop a social enterprise then the SEED Programme is for you.
Thinking of coming to University?
If you are thinking about coming to University and need some help and advice, then read our special pre-entry leaflet, linked below, for further information and contact details:
Learn more about the other Student Services here at Staffordshire University