Monthly Archives: January 2013

Interview advice – from the bus?!

No, I’m not writing this post on the bus, though travelling home by bus recently, I did receive a text from a friend’s daughter in the south of England, a recent graduate. She had a telephone interview coming up, could … Continue reading

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A sporting chance…….

….to gain amazing experience and be part of something unique – volunteer to help at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014 – applications are now open! And it’s not just for sporting stuff – there are opportunities for training … Continue reading

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Updated – My Psychology degree, ….where next?

Fresh for the new semester – the updated booklet My Psychology Degree where next Aug 2013 Designed to accompany the talk I’m giving on ‘What do Psychology graduates do?’ on 7th Feb, 1-2pm F21, 7 George Square, (booking information to follow by email) this … Continue reading

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New Year, new networking opportunites – plus free refreshments…..

  Networking (not nepotism or anything related to it) is a great way of sharing ideas and information, meeting like-minded people, and who knows where that may lead. Many job and study opportunities develop this way – see previous post from PPLS grad ) … Continue reading

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Kick start your career for the New Year! A post from a PPLS grad.

  Prior to Christmas I posted about using any post-Christmas downtime to reflect on your career plans and  set yourself some career resolutions. With great fortuitous timing, a recent PPLS grad sent me a new post for the PPLS blog which picks … Continue reading

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