I attended the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising Scotland’s Members’ Reception last week, and was left with a hugely positive impression of the advertising industry Scotland. I was particularly struck by the comments of Brian Coane from Leith Agency, outgoing IPA Scotland President, about the contribution that Advertising makes to the Scottish Economy. Brian has been … Continue reading Advertising: An economic and social force for good in Scotland
We're delighted to have a guest blog today from Lisa Stewart, Oxfam Scotland Campaigns and Communications Manager. Although Lisa is currently working in the third sector, she didn't start out there - and that's something we hear quite often. You may not be able to go into your ideal third sector job straight after graduation, and … Continue reading How do you get a job in the third sector?
We are delighted to have Lisa Venter, Content Strategist and Email Marketing Manager at Skyscanner, speaking at our Digital Media & Advertising session as part of our Creative & Cultural Careers Festival, CCCF , on Tuesday 28th Feb. Before she comes onto campus, Lisa offered to give us an an insight into how Skyscanner does growth. In … Continue reading Insight into Growth Marketing at Skyscanner
Some of you may have noticed that the Scottish Government’s Graduate Development Programme is currently being advertised on MyCareerHub. For anyone interested in a career in the public sector in Scotland, it’s definitely worth looking into. It’s a four-year career development scheme for high-calibre candidates who want to make a difference to the lives of … Continue reading Edinburgh Graduates making a difference with the Scottish Government
Today, we have a guest post from a languages Alumna - Eloise Acland. Eloise graduated in 2014 with First Class Degree in French and Spanish and went on to join the Year Here programme. Year Here were on campus recently at our Careers Fair Third Day and are currently advertising on MyCareerHub. When I graduated from … Continue reading Making a positive social impact in your career
This blog post comes via my colleague Sharon Cant and features some insights from one of our graduates on how competitions can give you an insight into an employer or sector and help you to develop an understanding of the range of opportunities in the labour market - Rebecca Many employers and industries run competitions … Continue reading Are competitions worth the effort?
Many thanks to my colleague Sharon Cant for this post promoting our upcoming Careers in IT event - Rebecca Unicorn /ˈjuː.nɪ.kɔːn/ noun 1. a mythical animal typically represented as a horse with a single straight horn projecting from its forehead 2. a term used in the US Investments industry to describe a start-up company, usually … Continue reading Do you believe in Unicorns?