We may all be working remotely but the Careers Service is definitely still here to support you. Read on to find out the different ways you can use the Careers Service.
Most of these require you to log in to MyFuture.
For current students use your single sign-on.
For graduates choose log in as a graduate - your username will be the one you had at Bath. Your email address will be whichever personal one you gave SAMIS when you registered as a student. If you have any difficulty contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help you get access.
1. Use our resources
We have over 300 resources on MyFuture covering all aspects of your career journey. From written guides and ebooks to video resources and event recordings, we've got you covered.
You can access the key resources through our resource essentials. Go to career resource essentials.
Alternatively, you can browse the resources tab to see our full collection. Go to the resources tab.
We have also grouped together resources specifically relevant to the coronavirus pandemic. Go to coronavirus support and resources.
2. Book a remote appointment
We're offering our same excellent 1:1 appointments remotely.
There are two main types of appointments:
- CV and application advice - including LinkedIn profiles and further study applications.
- Careers Appointments for any careers-related query - from - I have no idea what I want to do through to I'm worried about an upcoming video interview and anything in between.
If you aren't sure if we can help - ask us! We will be happy to advise you. Worth bearing in mind though that we can't offer legal or visa advice.
At the moment, to access a remote appointment you need to email us: email@example.com. This gives us the opportunity to offer you resources and explain how the appointment will work.
Do bear in mind that we are developing our services all the time as we adjust to working remotely, so do keep checking back to MyFuture for our latest services. Go to our Coronavirus FAQ page.
3. Attend virtual events
We are starting to offer webinars and employers are offering virtual events. You can view event listings and book your place via the events tab in MyFuture. It is worth checking back as we are adding new events all the time.
4. Browse our opportunities board
While we are seeing fewer of them, jobs, work experience and internships are still being advertised and our opportunities board is a great place to look for these. We are often dealing directly with employers and we make sure every vacancy is accurate and has enough information for you to understand what you are applying for.
Alongside employment opportunities, we also advertise volunteering positions, scholarships and any virtual events we come across. So it is worth checking back regularly to see what has been added.
If you can't find what you are looking for our job search resources and our Advisers in an appointment can help you discover alternative strategies.
5. Keep up to date with our blog
This blog is regularly updated with posts related to the coronavirus pandemic and other issues that we feel are at the forefront of your minds at the moment. You can subscribe so you get an email notification every time we post. It is also well worth having a browse of the archives, you'll find case studies, student interviews and employer insights that can still be relevant.
We hope that gives you some ideas of how you can use the Careers Service at the moment. For the latest information on what we are able to offer - check our FAQ page.
Remember we are here to support you as a student and indefinitely after you graduate.
If you aren't sure if we can help, can't find something or have any other questions - please get in touch. We are always more than happy to help. Email us via: firstname.lastname@example.org