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Guest Blog: Jon Torrens, Do your prep!
Tips on how to be ready to deliver a great presentation
Guest Blog: Sue Keogh, How graduates can use their online profile to stand out from the crowd
Sue explores how you can make use of your online profile and stand out from the crowd. Three-quarters of recruiters check out applicants on the internet when hiring. So those dodgy photos of on Facebook of you falling out of a nightclub with all those hilarious, expletive-filled comments below aren’t going to do you any favours.
Guest Blog: Jon Torrens - How to deal with nerves when presenting
Don’t Panic with nerves when speaking to a group. Everyone experiences some form of nerves before they speak to a group of people. This article can help you deal with them!
Guest Blog: Chris Measures- Networking for the shy
Networking isn’t half as scary as it sounds – it is just people talking to people, and hopefully if you pick the right events you’ll have things in common that can make the conversation flow and build relationships. So, put your iPad down and get out there!
Present Yourself for Success
There’s stiff competition out there; you’re up against many other graduates who, like you, are ambitious and ready to find their ideal job in Cambridgeshire’s creative industries.
Congratulations - you’ve been offered an interview! Now for the preparation. It’s understandable if you’re feeling anxious, but if you prepare thoroughly not only will it calm the nerves but you’re more likely to make an excellent impression.
Networking know how
The creative industries thrive on new ideas and innovation – and the process is often propelled by collaboration between professionals. This is partly why networking is so popular among creatives. By networking you’ll get to know your chosen sector quickly and make new contacts.
Showcasing your work
You know you’d make a hard-working, enthusiastic employee, but you still need to convince potential employers! After all, there’s stiff competition out there.