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Careers Talk podcast: maximising your career potential at university
We speak to some students and graduates who have been spending their time at university wisely: Phil Ronayne, former team leader for SIFE Nottingham, and soon to be HSBC employee tells us why employers are more interested in his extra-curricular work than his degree. And final year student Joseph Stashko, tells us how he found time to become founder and organiser of Preston Social and a blogger at NewsStash and Huffington Post UK while studying. Andy Blunt, vice president of education at the University of Huddersfield student union, joins us to explore how and why you should get involved with your union and Huddersfield's STARS skills programme Plus University of Surrey career adviser and careers blogger Alexandra Hemingway gives her perspective on the employability issue and shares some more ideas for getting involved at university. Source: https://www.theguardian.com/careers/audio/student-employability-university
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