Monday 8 Feb

Mon, 8 Feb, 9-09.30

What Jobs Would Suit Me?

Knowing yourself is key to figuring out what jobs would suit you. This webinar will help you reflect on your personality, interests, values and skills and how they relate to choosing a career that’s right for you.

Webinar Link: Love Your Career Links Monday

Useful resources: https://www.tudublin.ie/for-students/career-development-centre/students-and-graduates/career-decision-making/

Presenter

EdelKearney
Edel Kearney,
MEd Guidance and Counselling, HDip Education, BA Human Resource Management 

Edel is a Career Coach in TU Dublin working with students across programmes in the College of Sciences and Health.  She previously worked in HR and as a Schools’ Outreach Project Officer in TU Dublin’s Access and Civic Engagement Office. Edel loves everything about career development but in particular empowering students and graduates to manage their own careers throughout their lives. 

 

Mon, 8 Feb, 10-10.30

How the Career Development Centre Can Help You – Career Actions to Take from Now!

Discover the many ways the Career Development Centre can help you. Identify career actions you can take from now to progress your career and key resources to help you.

Webinar Link: Love Your Career Links Monday

Useful resources –  http://www.tudublin.ie/careers

Presenter

GeorginaHiggins

Georgina Higgins, MSc Educational Guidance and Counselling, Dip Business, Executive and Personal Coaching, Cert Personnel Management, BA.

Georgina has eighteen years’ experience working as a Careers Coach at TU Dublin. Georgina is passionate about empowering individuals to achieve their career goals. She has particular interest in assisting students and graduates struggling with career choice and supporting students as they go through potentially stressful periods in their career.

 

Mon, 8 Feb, 11-11.30

Job Hunting - Ireland and Abroad

Where are the jobs? This session will outline strategies for job hunting in Ireland and abroad including accessing the hidden jobs market.

Webinar Link: Love Your Career Links Monday

Useful resources: https://www.tudublin.ie/for-students/career-development-centre/students-and-graduates/job-hunting-/

EdelKearney

Edel Kearney, MEd Guidance and Counselling, HDip Education, BA Human Resource Management

Edel is a Career Coach in TU Dublin working with students across programmes in the College of Sciences and Health. She previously worked in HR and as a Schools’ Outreach Project Officer in TU Dublin’s Access and Civic Engagement Office. Edel loves everything about career development but in particular empowering students and graduates to manage their own careers throughout their lives.

Mon, 8 Feb, 12-12.30

A Winning CV

An informative session to help you build a winning CV and Cover Letter including guidance on content, structure and language. Suitable for students starting their CV or wanting to update it. Make the most of this session by having your CV to hand, take notes of key points and adjust your CV as you go along.

Webinar Link: Love Your Career Links Monday

Useful resources: https://www.tudublin.ie/for-students/career-development-centre/students-and-graduates/cvs-letters-applications/
https://www.tudublin.ie/media/website/for-students/careers/images/Creative-CV-Guide.pdf

Presenter

GeorginaHiggins
Georgina Higgins
, MSc Educational Guidance and Counselling, Dip Business, Executive and Personal Coaching, Cert Personnel Management, BA.

Georgina has eighteen years’ experience working as a Careers Coach at TU Dublin. Georgina is passionate about empowering individuals to achieve their career goals. She has particular interest in assisting students and graduates struggling with career choice and supporting students as they go through potentially stressful periods in their career.

Mon, 8 Feb, 13-13.30

Succeed at Interview

Need help with interviews? This webinar will provide top tips to help you prepare and perform well at interview. Learn how to answer typical questions and to overcome nerves. Resources to help you further will also be shared.

Webinar Link: Love Your Career Links Monday

Useful resources: https://www.tudublin.ie/for-students/career-development-centre/students-and-graduates/getting-ready-for-interviews/

Presenter

HelenVahey
Helen Vahey
, MA Career Education, Information and Guidance (ongoing), BA

Helen is a Career Coach with over 10 years' experience in higher education most recently supporting MBA and placement students. She is also a qualified solicitor and worked in the criminal law field for several years. Helen aspires to support students to approach their career journey with confidence and self-belief. She also enjoys building relationships with employers eager to connect with TU Dublin students and graduates.

Mon, 8 Feb, 14-14.30

Starting Your Own Business

Running your own business gives you freedom and control over your own work. But it can be an uncertain road, with many early stage businesses failing. In this session we will discuss the basics of what is involved in running a business, and outline the many supports available to entrepreneurs to give them the best chance of success.

Webinar Link: Love Your Career Links Monday

Useful resources:
https://www.tudublin.ie/for-students/career-development-centre/students-and-graduates/resources/
https://www.dit.ie/hothouse/

Presenter

AndrewMarsh
Dr Andrew Marsh
, PhD, Mathematics, MSc, BSc Mathematical Science

Andrew is the Senior Licensing Executive in TU Dublin Hothouse providing support for technology transfer for all members of the Dublin Region Innovation Consortium, focusing on ICT and Engineering. Andrew joined the team in TU Dublin Hothouse in 2016 and has worked in the area of technology transfer and IP management for over 10 years. This included over seven years as Intellectual Property Director for Kaleidescape, a Silicon Valley based consumer electronics company, where he grew the company’s patent portfolio to over 50 patents, and two and half years working in the Office of Technology Transfer in UCC and at the Tyndall National Institute.

Mon, 8 Feb, 15.00-15.30

Postgraduate Study - Ireland and Abroad

A brief overview of Postgraduate study options in Ireland and further afield. Some tips and advice on terminology, and most important factors when applying.

Webinar Link: Love Your Career Links Monday

Useful resources: https://www.tudublin.ie/for-students/career-development-centre/further-study/


Presenter

Marie Kielty

Marie Kielty, BA Psychology, DBS Business (Human Resources)

Marie is Head of the Career Development Centre, TU Dublin (Tallaght), and has been working as a Career Coach in the higher education sector for many years. Enhancing student's potential is a key driver for Marie and she is particularly interested in exploring new opportunities and innovative career management skills to give students an edge in the current climate.

 

Mon, 8 Feb, 16.00-16.30

Optimise Your Career with LinkedIn

Want to land the perfect role in your perfect career? Networking is where it's at and LinkedIn is where you need to be. Learn how to make your profile work for you. *Note - this session will work best for you if you already have a LinkedIn profile set up.

Webinar Link: Love Your Career Links Monday

Useful resources: https://www.tudublin.ie/for-students/career-development-centre/students-and-graduates/resources/


Presenter

JillBarrett
Jill Barrett,
MBS Human Resources, Dip Executive, Leadership and Personal Development Coaching, BSc Management

Jill is a Career Coach with over 20 years of experience in professional development coaching and training and is an accredited MBTI and Emotional Intelligence practitioner. An advocate of transformational coaching Jill facilitates clients in reviewing and changing their thinking and actions to achieve better outcomes in their professional lives.

Mon, 8 Feb, 17.00-17.30

Digital Portfolios - Promoting Your Best Work

What's your story? This session will look at what to include in your digital portfolio, how to select from your range of work samples, and how to host your work.

Webinar Link: Love Your Career Links Monday

Useful resources: https://www.tudublin.ie/for-students/career-development-centre/students-and-graduates/resources/

 

Presenter

CarolKelehan
Carol Kelehan
, MSc Occupational Psychology, PGDip Guidance Counselling, BA

Carol joined the Career Development Centre, TU Dublin, in 2000, having spent the previous 10 years in communications and human resources. Her focus is on empowering students with the skills and confidence to explore their careers, and to help them present their best possible selves in any recruitment context. Carol has a specific interest in working with students from diverse backgrounds.