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Five reasons to get involved with the Part Time Jobs Fair

Two of your Executive Committee have put together their top five reasons to attend the Part Time Jobs Fair.

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Your Vice President of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care, Fraser Luther-Yarwood, and your Vice President of Business and Law, Mary Copsey, have organised two exciting Part Time Jobs Fairs in Chelmsford (23rd) and Cambridge (30th). Here they tell you their top five reasons you should go along! 
















The first reason you should go to the Part Time Jobs Fair is because it is a good opportunity to find employment that works around your studies and other commitments. If you need a bit of extra cash to make ends meet, or even just to pay for those nights out with your friends, come along and find a job that suits you. Of course with a good job comes good money.






The next reason would be because it is a great opportunity to pick up experience. As students it is obvious that a degree is only part of what is required for a job. What else is important, and most of the time even crucial, is experience. The Part Time Jobs Fair can help you with that. 


Meet us




The Part Time Jobs Fair is a great way to communicate and improve your networks. Meet other people, organisations and the various services the union and the university have to offer. Make those connections, and find the perfect student job for you. 


Make friends




It may not seem like the best place for it, but you can socialise at this event. These Part Time Jobs Fairs are set up specifically for the needs and requests of the students, so what better way to meet other students who may share the same interests as you (who knows you may even get to work with them!)


Why not?




If you're looking for a job, or have some free time, then what reason do you have not to go? 



If you take a selfie at the event, be sure to use the official hashtag #SUJobsFair18 so you can share it with us! 




Joy Arthur
11:27am on 21 Oct 18 what time is the event?
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