LSFM Mentoring is back. This fabulous opportunity between industry professionals and our students will be running this new academic year 2015-16. This initiative is thanks to media and its related workers volunteering to be mentors – some of them are our alumni. Now it is time for the School’s 3rd and 2nd year undergraduates from animation, audio production, film & TV, media production and photography to apply. Download this document and register: LSFM_STUDENT REGISTRATION FORM_2015-16
There are ONLY 20 student-mentee places. Deadline to return your registration form is Friday 9th October 2015 by email to Louise Lawlor. If selected, you must be available for the one-hour induction on Wednesday 4th November 4pm to 5pm at the Enterprise Building, as well as 11th November at 11.30am for a chance to chat with your media mentor on a one-to-one basis.
This year’s mentors work across a range of genres, e.g. audio production, video effects, digital media, screenwriting, graphic design, radio, indie film, television, Continue reading
Invitation to a FREE Careers Fair for all students at the University of Lincoln: THIS Wednesday, 26th Nov, from 10:30am to 3:00pm Careers and Employability’s annual Find Your Feet careers fair will play host to over 60 employers in The Engine Shed.
Attending a graduate fair is one of the best ways to start planning your career, whether you are a 1st, 2nd, final year or postgraduate student – our fair is there for all your career needs! Find information on graduate careers in areas such as recruitment processes to hints and tips on how to make a successful application or simply use this as an opportunity to network with employers and companies face to face.
What will the fair have to offer? Graduate Careers; Volunteering Opportunities; and a CV Clinic. Employers Attending | Know the Employer | What to Ask | What to Wear | CV Clinic | There’ll also be Postgraduate/MA talks. The Lincoln School of Film & Media PG Information Talk is in the Library, first floor in UL110 at 1.30pm-2.00pm. Continue reading
Remember that LSM graduates can get free employability advice from University of Lincoln Careers for up to 3 years after graduating. Here’s the Careers & Employability site and you can follow @UoLCareers.
LSM’s Senior Academic Subject Librarian Faye Cleminson wanted to flag this job opportunity to our graduating students or recent alumni interested in a 12-month fixed paid internship. The University of Lincoln’s new Library Events and Media Intern “will work closely with staff from the Academic Subject Librarian and Customer Services teams to develop and deliver a variety of events and media content, designed to increase students’ awareness and use of the Library and its services.” The closing date is 15 June 2014. You can read the job details here and you’ll need to apply online. Good luck and let us know if you are successful! You can see other job and career opportunities on the University’s site.