How AHEAD graduate placements are working to bridge the disability employment gap

The WAM (Willing Able Mentoring) Programme is run by AHEAD, (Association for Higher Education Access & Disability), an organisation that works to promote full access to further and higher education and the world of work for people with disabilities. There is almost a 30 percent employment gap between people with disabilities and those without according to the 2011 census.  The WAM programme is one way … Continue reading How AHEAD graduate placements are working to bridge the disability employment gap

How to make the most of the Graduate Careers Fair

The Graduate Careers Fair is a great way to meet recruiters, find out more about employers and industries, and hunt for jobs. Having top employers under one roof is an invaluable opportunity; where you can have face to face conversations and get in depth information on careers and application processes. However, careers fairs can be overwhelming! We’ve put together our tips on how to get organised to … Continue reading How to make the most of the Graduate Careers Fair