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Appointments with a Careers Consultant are available in G27, Keppel Street every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. If you have trouble booking an appointment, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to arrange telephone, skype or email appointments. Please book an appointment below and then email us (email@example.com) with your name, appointment time/date and your contact details.
PLEASE ENSURE YOUR TIME ZONE IS SET TO UK TIME, as this affects the appointment times that you see.
Here you can find details of upcoming workshops, forums and careers fairs, as well as external careers events that you may wish to attend. You can also download the careers newsletter for more information (click on the folder at the bottom of this section).
Alumna talk: Friday 7 April, 12.30-1.30 pm (John Snow B); Vanessa Kerry, co-founder and CEO of Seed Global Health (http://seedglobalhealth.org).
Careers Fair: Wed 3 May, 11 am-2 pm - further details to follow (but some details are given in the 31 Mar careers newsletter, which you can download below)
Alumna talk: Wed 10 May, 12.40-1.40 pm (LG8) - Elisabeth Pisani
Alumni networking event: Monday 15 May, 5 pm - 7 pm. Further details, including booking details, to follow. Please note this is a change of date (it was originally advertised as 29 March).
Workshops (all taking place at 12.40-1.40pm):
Mon 24 Apr (room LG9) - Jobhunting - This will be a chance to discuss and share tactics for finding jobs, both advertised and unadvertised
Wed 26 Apr (room LG8) - Networking - A workshop designed to help you build your networking confidence in advance of the forthcoming careers fair and alumni networking event.
Please scroll down to the next section to access slides or recordings of previous events.
This section includes recordings of talks and presentations at the school including Alumni Careers talks. To access slides from the programme of lunchtime careers workshops click on the 'Slides from Careers Workshops 2016-17' folder at the bottom of this section.
Global Health Careers Forum, 22 Feb 2016 - access the audio recording here:
There is also a video recording here but the camera is not focused on the full panel so you may find the audio recording more helpful.
Academic Careers Forum, 30 Nov 2016 - access the recording here (this is an audio recording only)
LSE International Organisations Day 12 Nov 2016 - access recordings using this link . Please do not share these except with other LSHTM students. Access feedback notes from students who attended here.
Use this link to access the slides from the CHAI presentation on 24 October 2016
Welcome to the LSHTM Careers Service, part of The Careers Group, University of London
Who can use the LSHTM Careers Service? • Current full-time or part-time students at the school • Recent graduates of the LSHTM (who graduated within the last two years).
What We Offer:
• Employability talks, workshops and coaching sessions, delivered by employers and careers consultants
• One-to-one guidance with professional careers consultants
• One-to-one CV checking and application form checking
• Practice interviews with a consultant - experience a real interview situation, receive feedback and tips for improvement
• Access to college career events and Careers Group events
• Access to a range of online vacancy services
• An online library of information on the labour market, occupations, job-seeking skills, post-graduate study and specialist professional training
Feedback: If you wish to give feedback on the careers service or make any other comments or complaints, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
You Said We Did:
We need networking tips.
We've added networking resources to our office and online library and we've introduced a networking session to our workshop schedule.
The Booking system for workshops is annoying. I would like to attend lots of them, but they are always full.
We've scrapped the booking system, so now workshops are run on a first come, first served basis. We also now repeat the workshop programme throughout the academic year.
What if I need to speak to careers while I am away from the UK?
We provide appointments via skype, telephone and email.
You may be interested in exploring other career options outside of Public Health, or have additional interests that you may want to pursue in tandem with Public Health.
Here you will find advice on writing a CV, completing an application form, preparing for interview and psychometric tests.
We also hold a licence for interview simulator software, which gives you the chance to practise for interviews. Create an account and access the software here: http://interview.thecareersgroup.co.uk/
If you will be attending an assessment centre, or need to do online tests, use the assessment day tool to practise: https://www.assessmentday.co.uk/careersgroup. You will need to use your LSHTM e-mail address to register.
This set of resources, collated by the AGCAS Medical Careers Advisers Network (MCAN), has been provided by a range of higher education institutions to give tips and guidance on writing medical CVs and applications.
The resources provide an insight into best practice for medical graduates writing a CV and/or developing a portfolio. Whether you are medical graduates who are applying for a job, specialty training or compiling a portfolio as part of your training to be a doctor, these resources provide useful guidance and examples.
In this section, you will find resources about postgraduate study, research and funding, in the UK and abroad. You will also find a section dedicated to Early Careers Researchers.
Following the Academic Careers Forum on 30 November, here is some information about applying for PhDs, including deadlines for applications.
In this diversity matters series, specialists from AGCAS (Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services) provide their advice on key diversity issues including gender, race and disability. You'll find out how to identify positive employers, decide how and whether to disclose your circumstances and get an understanding of your rights.
In this section you will find information and resources for International Students.
MentorNet is a global health mentoring programme that connects students and young professionals (SYPs) interested in global health with experienced professionals in the field. It is run by the Canadian Society for International Health and further details can be found here. Please note the application deadline, which is 20 October.
Download a copy of the careers newsletter here