Monthly Archives: August 2014

Preparing for the future as an employee

Preparing for interviews and employment was made very clear thanks to Annabel Smoker’s Employability Week that she organised. She showed us insight on how to write out personal statements, C.V.s, and portfolios, and how to compete our online job applications. I was also lucky enough to have gained so much experience within the University from both my roles as NAMSOC President and Faculty Officer (see… Read more »

My final year at uni – GULP!

My final year has been a hectic one because, not only have I had these two roles, but I have also been a 3rd year nursing student with essays, exams, placement and trying to hold down a part time job alongside the course. I’ve had very little time for myself, but luckily, I have made friends with many people around the University, so when I’m… Read more »

My roles as NAMSOC President and Faculty Officer

As NAMSOC President (2013/2014), I managed a great committee. We were the first committee who managed to get sponsors from nightclubs and restaurants to enable students to receive discounts in a variety of different places – we charged a new fee for membership in exchange for a NAMSOC membership card which was a huge success. As a committee we organised charity events such as cake… Read more »