The Step Programme offers paid development focused work placement opportunities for undergraduates or new graduates usually in small and medium sized enterprises. Check them out…
Take part in an online training session to find out how you can make the most of this jobseeker’s guide to working abroad. The site features internships, country guides and employer lists…
Firstly you’ll need to log into Going Global in the Secure zone on the PCC website using your network user id and password, and then look for Training Sessions / Student Webinars on the left hand navigation menu.
The Guide has been created in partnership with The BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT. Take a look at the rest of the site to find jobs, internships and placements.
An opportunity to live and work in a new country, gain experience and prolong your travels while earning. By volunteering you can become immersed in a different culture while helping a local community with a project in construction, sports coaching, teaching or wildlife and environmental conservation. Interested and want to find out more? Check out their events listing as this will give you a chance to hear about the opportunities and ask any questions.
Find out about Europe Technology careers for graduates
- Graduate opportunities
An opportunity for international students to work and intern in Britain under the Tier 5 Government Authorised Exchange scheme which BUNAC has been operating since June 2009.
Find out about the programme including information on costs and eligibility.
Recently graduated and looking for an internship or struggling to find full-time employment because you don’t have the right work experience? Take a look at Graduate Talent Pool, a government-run initiative connecting graduates with small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
You can search for internships in your area and also register to receive email alerts about new opportunities.
New into the PCC are three books in the ‘brilliant’ series:
‘Brilliant Workplace Skills for Students & Graduates’ by Bill Kirton – covers essential skills such as communication, dealing with office poilitics, core financial awareness and effective problem solving.
‘Brilliant Intern’ by Andrew Scherer – to help you find and get as much out of an internship as you possibly can.
‘Brilliant Employability Skills’ by Frances Trought – tools and techniques to help you gain and convey the range of employability skills and behaviours you need to stand out and get the job of your choice.
Come in and have a look at them when you’ve got a few minutes to spare.