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  • Sat 24 Jan 2015 15:00

    Thinking about the world beyond LSE? 

    As part of our Employability & Development initiative, we have free training sessions on a variety of skills you may need once you step beyond Houghton Street.

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    Train the Trainer

    • Tuesday, 27 January
    • 6pm - 7pm
    • Saw Swee Hock Building, 3rd Floor Meeting Room
    • This session is for anyone who wants to develop their skills as a trainer. Following this interactive session you should feel confident to lead training events.
    • Sign up

    Event Management

    • Thursday, 3 February
    • 6pm - 7pm
    • 3rd Floor Meeting Room, Saw Swee Hock Building, LSESU
    • Session delivered by David Bridson, engagement coordinator, as part of the LSESU Employability and Development Program. Attendees will learn the best methods, tips and ideas on event management and how to improve.
    • Sign up

    Volunteer Management

    • Monday, 9 February
    • 6pm - 7pm
    • Location tbc
    • This session will be delivered by David Coles, Volunteer coordinator, as part of the LSESU Employability and Development Program. Participants will learn how to engage and recruit volunteers on campus, focusing on advertising, strategies and recruitment.
    • Sign up

    Careers in the Sports Sector

    • Tuesday, 10 February
    • 1pm - 2pm
    • 3rd Floor Meeting Room, Saw Swee Hock Building, LSESU
    • This session will be lead by Jo Carrington, Consultant at LSE Careers, part of the LSESU Employability and Development Program. The seminar will discuss the different roles within the sport industry, aiding potential careers research and future applications for roles.
    • Sign up

    Grant Application Writing

    • Tuesday, 10 February
    • 6pm - 7pm
    • 3rd Floor Meeting Room, Saw Swee Hock Building, LSESU
    • This session will aid participants on how to write effective applications for funding grants, developing skills writing bid allocations along with some helpful hints and tips.
    • Sign up

     Internal Club and Society Communications

    • Tuesday, 10 February
    • 6pm - 7pm
    • The ARC, 1st Floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
    • The Internal Communications Session will be hosted by LSESU. This session is for anyone who wants to increase engagement with their membership, and to develop skills in internal communications.
    • Sign up

    PDAM Communicating Your Role

    • Tuesday, 10 February
    • 6pm - 7pm
    • The ARC, 1st Floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
    • This session will guide you through communicating your role with PDAM and LSESU Employability and Development. Reflect on your experiences at LSE, and potentially win awards and prizes.
    • Sign up

    Managing Conflict

    • Thursday, 3 March
    • 6pm - 7pm
    • 3rd Floor Meeting Room, Saw Swee Hock Building, LSESU
    • Hosted by Shaun Harris - Assistant Director at LSE Careers. This session is for anyone who may feel they could benefit from developing their communication skills and strategies for managing conflict.
    • Sign up

    External Marketing

    • Wednesday, 11 March
    • 6pm - 7pm
    • 1st Floor Meeting Room, Saw Swee Hock Building, LSESU
    • The External Marketing Session will be hosted by LSESU. This session is for anyone who wants to increase engagement potential sponsors, potential student members and external alumni. Students will develop skills in various forms of communications.
    • Sign up

    Stage 2 Public Speaking

    • Thursday, 12 March
    • 6pm - 7pm
    • 1st Floor Meeting Room, Saw Swee Hock Building, LSESU
    • Stage 2 Public Speaking Training. In this session you practice the skills developed in stage 1 Public Speaking, being critiqued on your technique and what to do under the pressure of a public speaking scenario!
    • Sign up

    All sessions count towards your club and society Gold, Silver and Bronze STARs Awards, and you can gain individual accreditation too by the end of Lent Term. 

    See also:

    The LSESU Employability and Development Programme

  • Sat 24 Jan 2015 10:00

    Next Friday (30th January), submissions for LSESU’s Literary Festival Competition will close. 

    We are offering prizes between £50 – £150 for the best student work on the theme of Foundations, as part of the LSE Literary Festival.

    We’ve received an impressive number of submissions already, with a high standard that’s testament to the intelligence, passion and creativity of LSE students. 

    Work can be snippets from essays, paintings, sketches, poetry or short stories - anything creative that relates to the ‘Foundations’ theme.

    See also:

    SNAPSHOTS: One Student’s Journey Through Bangladesh

    Enter the LSE Photography Prize

  • Fri 23 Jan 2015 12:34

    The LSE Library is somewhere that, famously, students spend a lot of their time.

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    The library has changed this year; there is more study space on the first floor, a new, simpler, printing system and no more library fines.

    However it will be changing much more. Over the next few years almost all of the library floors will be altered and the library needs YOUR input on these changes…

    Do we need our study space to be quieter? Do we need more space for group study or is it just about more seats and desks? Are fixed PC points a thing of the past with seemingly every student having a laptop? Or is the real problem other STUDENTS SAVING SEATS AND THEN LEAVING FOR HOURS?!?

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    For PhD students, especially, the way you use the library will change drastically in the future. Next year the School is opening a PhD Academy on the 4th floor of the library - in other words, a PhD-only space to relax, study and learn. What should that space look like? What services do you want there?

    Between noon and 2pm on Monday, 9th February, I’m holding a meeting between students and the Library team. This is your chance to tell them what needs to be changed, what can be improved, and what’s going well. Not just through a survey or an email, but in person.  

    If you think something should be changed about the LSE Library, we need you there!

    If you can’t attend but would like to give feedback to the Library, just click here to drop Tom a line

    *photo from ‘LSE Memes’