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If you’re starting to think about returning to University in the autumn and are looking for ways to earn some spare cash, or get in involved with interesting projects or competitions, take a look at these 5 opportunities currently being advertised on Handshake:
1. Tutor Trust Tutors
The Tutor Trust are looking for bright, enthusiastic and well-motivated students for paid work as Tutors for Liverpool schools. No previous tutoring or teaching experience is required and full training is provided. The deadline for this role is 14 August.
Click here to find out more and apply.
2. University of Liverpool Peer Mentors
Starting university can be a daunting time for some, which is why we’ve introduced our Peer Mentoring Scheme to help new students settle into their time at Liverpool. Apply and you will provide a helping hand to fellow students who are about to embark on a new and exciting chapter of their life.
3. China Social Media Assistant
Commerce Centric is an Ecommerce and Marketing Consultancy with a diverse client portfolio across video games, consumer electronics, healthcare and more. Their China marketing business has grown rapidly over the last year and they are now looking for a Mandarin speaking part-time Social Media Assistant to join the team.
4. Video Games Tester
Team17 develop and publish video games, and they are looking for students to get involved remotely in their usability labs to help to shape the latest releases and make them even better. You will be paid £10 per hour for taking part in online testing sessions. No technical knowledge or expertise of games is required – simply that you enjoy playing them!
5. Digital Campus Challenge 2020
Do you have ideas about how digital technologies can be used in healthcare to improve people’s lives? Bayer want to hear what you think. In this competition, they are inviting students to suggest creative ideas to capitalise on the opportunities that arise from digitalisation. Win an all-inclusive trip to one of Bayer’s Hubs in Berlin, Barcelona or Boston, as well as mentoring from industry professionals.
Click here to find out more.
There are many more opportunities available for students via Handshake, including job opportunities, competitions, and virtual events.
If you are applying for a job make sure to use our online resources and virtual Career Studio for help with all stages of the recruitment process, from updating your CV to preparing for an interview.
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Although Liverpool is rated amongst the safest cities in the UK, it’s still wise to take steps to make sure you are safe whilst out and about. We have published a handy safety tips reminder for students: https://news.liverpool.ac.uk/2021/03/05/keeping-yourself-safe-advice-for-students/
Here's our peer mentor Teddy providing you with some wellbeing tips for #UniversityMentalHealthDay:
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