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Recent Graduate Caitlin & the ‘Welcome to Our World’ Festival

Hello everyone! My name is Caitlin and I’m a recent graduate of the Faculty of Humanities, having finished my degree in Spanish and Portuguese last summer. Last April, with final essays and exams looming, I started to wonder what would lie ahead for me post-graduation, other than no longer surviving off Crunchy Nut Cornflakes and getting reacquainted with the almost-forgotten concept of ‘free time’. Continue reading →

First-Year Students! Unite on your ‘Mission Employable’…

Calling all first-year students! Your first HUMA1036 Employability Module lecture will take place in Week 3 (stay tuned to Blackboard and email for more details nearer the time), but in the meantime your Careers Advisor extraordinaire Heather Pasero has made a Powtoon just for you! Check it out:

New Opportunity to work with the Mission Employable team!

Calling all budding film-makers! Mission Employable has a brand new opportunity for professional development. Become the Mission Employable Video Producer! This is an unpaid role that includes working closely with the team on our new YouTube channel, managing the content and creating new videos will staff, students and external partners. Previous experience with video editing software is preferable, but not essential as we are happy to train any candidate with potential. Continue reading →

Sophie thinks about her Enterprise experience….and cake!

“Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.”   The past twelve weeks has gone incredible quickly and it seems like only yesterday that I walked into a room of strangers, knowing absolutely nothing about enterprise and IP. While it hasn’t been plain sailing, the weeks of research, planning and eating copious amounts of cake in the office have paid off. Continue reading →

The REALIE blog is live, & Francesca is in France!

Three months since I first started working on the REALIE website, the blog has been launched with a series of introductory posts from our student contributors! With Southampton Humanities students studying and/or working across the world throughout the upcoming academic year, the blog will be full of personal experiences, tips, hints and advice for fellow Residency Abroad students and those who are thinking of studying/working abroad. Continue reading →

Ready, Steady, Mentor!

It seems like just yesterday that I (rather shyly) began recruiting Peer Mentors and working out how I was going to approach the seemingly mammoth task of setting up this year’s Peer Mentoring Scheme. I remember Eleanor Quince telling me that this was my baby, that I should take full ownership of the project – and agreeing, but not really knowing how to go about that. Continue reading →