University of Cape Town (UCT) student entrepreneurs who want to take their business ideas to the next level are invited to take part in Student Entrepreneurship Week 2020 (#SEW2020) from 7 to 11 September.
The University of Cape Town (UCT) Careers Service will be running a series of Career Conversations webinars from 19 August to 18 November to help students identify the transferable skills they have acquired during their time at the university and show them how to use these skills to forge a successful career.
Black women in leadership positions are often confronted by different measures of success, intellect and effectiveness in the workplace. UCT Careers Service Director, Brenda Martin, reflects on her personal experience this Women's Month.
The Global energy transition is affecting every aspect of energy production, distribution and consumption. These effects all have an implication for the world of work and in particular, for the talent required now and into the future.
The notion of a Career being associated with a life-long dedication to one ‘job’, accompanied by long-term security of income and eventual retirement, was a thing of the past. UCT Careers Service Director, Brenda Martin, explains.
Megan Blacker, a careers advisor at UCT Careers Service, speaks about how the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted not only the benefits - but also harsh realities - of pursuing a career in the publich health system.
At the beginning of 2020, the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Careers Service welcomed a new director to head up its award-winning team. Brenda Martin brings a wealth of experience in leadership and as a member of the campus community.
UCT Careers Service recently welcomed its 2020 cohort of Peer Career Support (PCS) staff members. Five PCS appointments are made each year as part of the Service’s goal to contribute to the personal and professional development of graduates. Their stint at the Careers Service helps them gain experience and successfully transition to the world of work.