Prem Pithwa: Let’s go fly a kite!

Our guest blog is written by Prem Pithwa, an Aerospace Engineering graduate from Queen Mary, University of London who recently completed a 6 month Aerodynamic Engineering Step Internship Kite Power Solutions; a pioneering developer of airborne wind energy systems based in Essex.    After graduating in Aerospace Engineering (MEng), with 1st Class (Hons), I was in search…

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Elliot Spaull: From Super Nintendo to .NET Developer

Our guest blog is written by Elliot Spaull, a Computer Science (Games Programming) graduate from Kingston University, who recently completed a 12 week  .NET Developer Internship with Step at IC Design; an independent branding, web and print agency based in Central Hammersmith.   Coming out of University and starting the job search was kind of…

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Jordan Burton: Design in Action

  Our guest blog is written by Jordan Burton, an Architecture graduate from Central Saint Martins, who is currently on a  three month Step Graduate Design Technician placement at Benchworks; a specialist interior contractor with extensive experience in the Retail & Commercial and the Museum & Heritage sectors based in Kent.    Having completed my…

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Catherine Moore: 12 Month Industrial Placement

Our guest blog is written by Step candidate; Catherine Moore, a Queen’s University, Belfast, masters student studying Chemical Engineering and currently undertaking a 12 Month Industrial Placement at ADM.    Having applied to my University for a MEng sandwich course, I had always known that an experience in Industry prior to my final year was…

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Larping; why thinking ‘outside the box’ is essential

I’m pretty sure that if the name Diane was in the dictionary, the definition would be ‘massive geek’. I say this happily and confidently after I spent my bank holiday weekend at Larp. If you’ve seen the film Role Models, you’ll know what I mean by this. If you haven’t, go watch it! If you…

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Giuseppe Silvestri: “Spotting a Rare Beast”; What to do with a Biology Degree

Our guest blog is written by Giuseppe Silvestri, a Reproductive Medicine MSc graduate from University of Kent, who is currently on a six month Step molecular biologist placement at Cell Projects Ltd; a biotechnology business that develops and manufactures an extensive range of products used for DNA sampling and Molecular Biology based in Kent.   I started…

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How Social Media Can Help In Your Job Search

You may spend many a day ‘tweeting’, ‘liking’, watching the top ten funniest cat videos in the world on YouTube, you Instagram the amazing dessert that you are about to devour, snapchat a selfie after burning off the calories from said dessert at the gym and “check-in” at your local cinema to tell everyone that…

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Preparing For Your All Important Interview!

There is an abundance of useful (and not so useful) advice out there for preparing for that all-important interview, so I’ll attempt to keep this reasonably short and sweet. I have one friend who swears by playing Bon Jovi ‘You Give Love a Bad Name’ on repeat whilst getting ready for any interview. He claims…

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