Auteur Georgia Stone is the School Employability Manager for Arts and Humanities and a lecturer in media at Nottingham Trent Unive...
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Georgia Stone is the School Employability Manager for Arts and Humanities and a lecturer in media at Nottingham Trent University.
Chapter 1: MEDIA DEGREES AND CAREER SKILLS, QUALITIES AND ATTRIBUTES Thinking about your degree course in the context of your career Chapter 2: EXPLORING THE MEDIA AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES Identifying potential employment sectors Chapter 3: ANALYSING YOUR SKILLS AND QUALITIES Identifying what employers are looking for Chapter 4: EXPLORING POTENTIAL CAREER AREAS Researching career case studies Chapter 5: WORKING FOR YOURSELF Considering entrepreneurship, freelancing and self-employment Chapter 6: DEFINING WORK EXPERIENCE Finding the right placement for you Chapter 7: DEVELOPING MATERIALS FOR WORK EXPERIENCE Preparing your CV, cover letter and making applications Chapter 8: BUILDING YOUR BRAND FOR WORK EXPERIENCE Managing your digital footprint Chapter 9: SECURING YOUR PLACEMENT Applying and interviewing for work experience Chapter 10: PREPARING FOR YOUR WORK EXPERIENCE Making the transition from student to professional Chapter 11: GETTING THE BEST OUT OF YOUR WORK EXPERIENCE Modelling professional behaviours in the workplace Chapter 12: REFLECTING ON WORK EXPERIENCE Debriefing and critical reflection Chapter 13: PREPARING FOR GRADUATION Setting out your career plan