With the summer drawing to a chilly close, autumn is the time of year that many recent university graduates start the serious hunt for their new career. Whether it’s an entry-level position in a top-tier investment bank, law firm, or marketing agency, competition is fierce. Having a professionally written graduate CV tailored to your job search strategy will dramatically increase your chances at securing those precious interviews, but have you thought beyond the CV?
There are moments of pride we all want to remember and treasure for the rest of our lives. Having your loved one graduating from university is certainly high up on the list of such moments for many people. As a proud parent, you want to reward your hardworking graduate by making this a day to look back at and cherish. Here are some suggestions of how to make the graduation day and ceremony very unforgettable.
So school is officially over, you’ve just received your A Level results or finished college, and after what seems like years of waiting you are finally flying the nest and going off to university. Making that first leap into the real world will probably be one of the most daunting and yet exciting things you ever do.
School certainly is not the place that every teenager wants to be. As a teacher it can sometimes feel like you are banging your head against a brick wall when you trying to get through to them. It is easy to forget what it was like to be in their position at that age, think about it, you didn’t want to be there and you certainly didn’t like being told what to do. Instead of giving up, shouting and or simply ceasing to care, there are other ways that you can inspire teenagers to be the best that they can be so that they can get the most out of life.