Code First: Girls, Campus London 4th Floor, 4-5 Bonhill St, Shoreditch, London EC2A 4BX
Code First: Girls, a not-for-profit social enterprise with a mission to get more women into technology, will be running a free part-time beginner’s coding course in Beginner’s HTML/CSS course on campus for Brunel University Students on Wednesdays, 6:00-8:00pm, 11 October-29 November 2017.
This course is open to female students enrolled at the university and will teach you the basics of coding. Please make your application here. Applications close on Monday 25 September 2017.
The CF:G Team
MyPlus Students’ Club are looking for new writers. So if you’ve got a creative streak and would like to share your experiences and advice, email email@example.com.
‘Jobs in technology can be creative, women-led and non-conformist – these female trailblazers buck the trend.’ Interesting article in The Guardian?
10 things you need to know to help you with your job search – article on the MyPlus Students’ Club blog.
Here’s a useful resource: www.greatwithdisability.com has been developed to give you useful and practical advice if you have a disability or long-term health condition. It aims to answer your questions as you search and apply for jobs and get ready for interviews. The site also includes some employee/employer profiles.
You can find some relevant resources if you’re researching the industry or looking for a job at Exploring career options on the PCC site.
Not sure that engineering is your ultimate career? Then take a look at the other Options on the left-hand navigation menu. What can I do with my degree? on the Prospects site may be helpful too.
Need some help? Get in touch!
Did you know that Brunel has just received national recognition for its Widening Participation Programme when it was cited as an example of best practice by the Government’s Office for Fair Access (OFFA)? OFFA’s annual report stated ‘Brunel University’s approach … focuses on employer engagement to improve job prospects, including a programme of mentoring for undergraduates by professionals who work in a sector or industry related to the student’s subject or career aspiration.’
Open to L2 and L3 undergraduates there are two strands to the Programme which runs from November-May:
- Ethnic Minority Undergraduate Scheme (EMUS) is targeted at students from an ethnic minority background
- WP Professional Mentoring is aimed at students from other under-represented groups
If you would like to take part in the next Programme you can find out more and how to apply at www.brunel.ac.uk/about/administration/access-and-widening-participation/brunel-university-mentoring-programmes.