Strengthening Your Graduate Employability
Posted by: Alex Linley
Our partnership with the University of Warwick, and particularly Student Careers and Skills, continues to go from strength to strength.
In a recent blog post for Student Careers and Skills, Laura Firmin, Warwick Sociology graduate and now Capp Intern, shares her experiences of how getting to understand her strengths more, particularly with a debrief from a qualified Strengths Practitioner, helped her to enhance how she tells her story at interview and build her graduate employability prospects.
Laura’s post on The Careers Blog begins:
“We recently ran a piece on how to crack Strengths-based interviews as an increasing number of high-profile employers are adopting a Strengths-based approach to graduate recruitment. But understanding more about the Strengths psychology can help you even before you submit that application. Laura Firmin, a Warwick Sociology graduate, explains in this post how she has personally benefitted from completing a Realise 2 Strengths profile and discussing her profile with a qualified practitioner…”
To continue reading and find out more about Laura’s experiences and insights, see The Careers Blog.