It’s National Careers Week 2021, and the School of Education blog is highlighting opportunities for our students to get involved and enhance their career prospects in a variety of different ways.
For many sectors, showcasing your voluntary work makes you stand out from others in a number of different ways. It shows you are:
- Passionate about your field
- You have a growth mindset
- That you use your spare time proactively
- You have developed networks and connections outside of your place of study
- You have cultivated more than just role-related skills
Part-time tutoring opportunities for students
Would you like to boost your work experience and get a flavour of teaching through tutoring?
If so, take a look at these paid and voluntary opportunities to teach online, which are available through the UoB Careers Service to apply for now:
Do you want to do something different this term and help make education fairer? CoachBright run 1-1 online tutoring sessions with pupils from low income backgrounds in local secondary schools to help them improve their grades, confidence and independence.
Education charity Action Tutoring needs volunteers to tutor English or maths to support disadvantaged pupils in primary and secondary schools across Bristol.
Volunteer primary school tutoring with small educational charity Students4Students.
Fire Tech Camp are currently recruiting Bilingual Tutors for their remote camps, with excellent English skills and either Mandarin or Arabic. They also need tutors with excellent Adobe Suite knowledge or a STEM background.
Seeking experienced and enthusiastic teachers who are passionate to provide an exemplary individualized and engaging educational experience. Some teaching experience preferred.
You can also find other volunteering opportunities on myopportunities and other paid work (including remote internships) on mycareer.
School of Education tailored events
The University of Bristol Careers Service has created some tailored events coming up in March, aimed specifically at students at the School of Education:
Tuesday 16 March, 2 – 3.30 pm
This timetabled session for Y1 and Y2 will help students to explore the career paths open to them with a Education Studies or Psychology of Education degree.
We will also look at ways for students to develop skills and further explore career ideas over the summer.
Wednesday 24 March, 12 – 1.30 pm
This optional session will involve professional speakers from a range of roles in psychology sharing their career insight and experience, with plenty of opportunities to ask your questions.
Please click in the links above to sign up for these valuable sessions.
Careers Service Education and Psychology sector guides
These handy guides from the Careers Service signpost lots of resources specific to the Education sector:
Teaching and education – this also then links through to guides on both Teaching in Schools and Education Alternatives
And don’t forget to use the Careers Service application resources to improve your chances of success in your applications.
Careers and Employability
For more information on Careers and Employability, visit the SoE webpage: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/education/soe-careers/ which will signpost you to an array of resources to help you on your career journey.
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