Preparing for a careers fair is just as important as attending on the day. With so much on offer and lots of information available, you need to be ready to seize the day. With this in mind, we have created a checklist to help you prepare for our gradireland Graduate Careers Fair on 01 October 2021. 1. Register or update your profile Your event profile … Continue reading Your virtual careers fair checklist
gradireland Editor Ruairi Kavanagh talks to organisational psychologist Leisha McGrath about the importance of recognising burnout and how to deal with it. Leisha also stresses the importance of trying to live from the ‘inside out’ rather than the ‘outside in’ and relates her own experience of what can happen when burnout manifests itself in a very serious way. Leisha is a Chartered Work & Organisational … Continue reading #Podcast 10: Living from the ‘inside out’ with Leisha McGrath
Virtual careers fairs (or virtual jobs fairs) are an excellent place to discover some of the opportunities available to you, including options that you have not considered before. Over the course of the pandemic, many careers fairs have moved online, such as gradireland Live, which takes place on 11 March 2021. Despite the change in delivery. Virtual careers fairs serve the same purpose as a physical fair; you can find information and ask questions on graduate programmes, internships, or postgraduate courses. There are also typically … Continue reading What can you expect at a virtual careers fair?
We’ve put together the most commonly asked questions about gradireland Live and answered them right here for you. By now we hope you’ve heard about our upcoming virtual careers event, gradireland Live, which will take place on 11 March, and why it is a must-attend event if you’re a student or graduate. So let’s find out what it’s all about! 1. Where can I register for gradireland Live? You can register for gradireland Live at live.gradireland.com. The week before the event, you will receive an event URL via … Continue reading 10 FAQ’s about gradireland Live, answered!
Everything you need to know about online careers fairs and other careers events – from how virtual fairs work to who’s running them. Most students will attend at least one graduate careers fair (sometimes called a jobs fair) during their time at university. Generally held on campus, careers fairs allow you to meet a number of employers, postgraduate course providers and careers advisers all in … Continue reading Virtual careers events v In-person careers events: The key differences
Our tips for before, during and after a virtual careers fair, from how to create an eye-catching event profile to how to talk to employers online. Careers fairs are one of the most significant types of event held on university campuses each year, with many employers and hundreds of students in attendance. While face-to-face events of this size aren’t currently feasible due to the coronavirus and social … Continue reading Virtual Careers Fairs – How to stand out to employers online
In the first part of our interview with Ntsoaki, we discussed how you can network now that we can no longer meet face-to-face and best practises when it comes to trying to connect with people via LinkedIn. Following on from that conversation, here are some tips on how to plan for the future despite the current uncertainties as to what shape that might take. The modern CV With the increasing … Continue reading How to network and plan for the future: Part 2
Connecting and interacting with people virtually in both a personal and professional capacity has become the new norm. So, in this new normal how can students and graduates’ network, grow their connections and plan for the future post Covid-19? gradireland editor Ruairi Kavanagh talked to Ntsoaki Phakoe-McKevitt, careers coach at Dublin Business School, to find out. Normal life has been turned upside down for everyone but for students and graduates who were preparing for their future, … Continue reading How to network and plan for the future: Part 1
Folens digital resources, Cambridge library, Calm, NFL Gamepass, Home School Piano, these are just some of the free services you can avail of during the Covid-19 pandemic and thanks to Shane Hastings, a third year Business Information Systems student in NUIG, you can access all of the free services in one place – https://covid19.shanehastings.eu/ Shane has helpfully broken down the services into categories so whether … Continue reading Shane Hastings : Giving back during Covid-19
gradireland conducted a survey to understand how third level students and young people are coping with the national emergency caused by COVID-19. The survey ran for a week from 25th March to 1st April on www.gradireland.com and received 716 individual responses. The large number of participants give us important insights into the morale of third-level students and what their biggest fears and worries are. Importantly, they also told us what support they need from their prospective employers and universities during the national effort against COVID-19. We found that third level students are taking … Continue reading gradireland survey: How are third-level students responding to the COVID-19 crisis?