Jobbio is an app developed by an Irish company that allows you to apply for jobs at the click of button. You simply establish a profile in which you describe your work history. Search for jobs wherever you are and simply apply.
Sidekick is designed for a browser. It attaches a tracker to an email and it will tell you the exact time when an email is opened, anytime the email is opened sidekick will send you a notification. You can also use it to schedule emails.
This is a great resource for seeing which employers have read your emails and which ones haven’t.
LinkedIn’s App is very good for keeping up to date with all of the latest activity on LinkedIn. Network with new business associates shortly after meeting them- find new people in your network- follows groups and apply for jobs at the click of button.
Indeed.com mobile Phone App allows you to apply for jobs, just upload your CV and you can apply for jobs at the click of a button.
The Glassdoor lets you look at reviews of companies and get some insider information. This can be of use before you go into the interview because it allows users to share information about their experiences of what it’s like to work in a particular company. Previous interviewees also post about their experiences so this can help you in your preparation.
Adzuna can inform you of jobs in the UK. It also has a CV evaluator which uses multiple algorithms in order to determine the quality of a CV and how much you’re worth a year in real terms. It also gives you the opportunity to email the figure to your boss (for the truly daring).
‘Digital Moves Training’ is provided by JCI Dublin. The training aims to give people an overview of how to use social media to maximise their professional connections. It will focus on 3 main tools: LinkedIn, Facebook Marketing and Google Adwords.
Who can avail of this training? Any young professional or if you are newly graduated and seeking a job. Check out the link to see if this opportunity might benefit you and to sign up for the training.
The training is available to graduates across all disciplines. It takes place on 8th March 2014 at 10am in the Guinness Enterprise Centre, Dublin.
As Google’s Co-Founder Larry Page once said “We’re at maybe 1% of what is possible (…) We should be focusing on building the things that don’t exist.” This attitude is what led Google to create some of our greatest innovations in recent years like the self-driving car, Google Glass and the wonders of Project Loon!
Are you excited by the prospect of “building things that don’t exist”? YouTube would like to invite university students, aspiring social and technical innovators to gain some hands-on experience in creating a technical product and discover if their ideas can help change the world!
Not only that, but we have a tonne of prizes up for grabs including Acer C7 Chromebooks and limited edition YouTube swag!
Date: 6th March 2014
Time: 9.30am – 6.00pm
Location: Google EMEA Headquarters, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4
Who is eligible to apply? This event is open to ALL students, from all academic backgrounds
During the event, we will host a presentation on innovation and some of the issues surrounding online safety as well as a number of workshops by Europe’s youngest app developer Jordan Casey, BeLonG To and SpunOut.ie. The event will be designed to help encourage young innovators to network, build their own strategy, work with mentors and set the groundwork for the creation of a realistic chrome application with a view to pitch their idea to a panel of experts. The panel will decide on the application or extension that best serves the need to create a safer online experience, is the most feasible and appealing to a user. The winning group will be presented with an Acer C7 Chromebook for each team member and all participants will be able to pick up some coveted limited edition YouTube swag!
The aim of the event is to create an active community using social networks, where the participants will produce applications/extensions with a positive impact on the online world.
The YouTube Safety Lab will foster innovation in chrome development and encourage others to work on a new platform, learn a new programming language, or just to try something different.
How to apply?
Please complete this form in full by the 28th of February: https://services.google.com/fb/forms/safety/
Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
Are you studying computer science or a related discipline? Google is seeking to recruit students for internships this summer for their STEP programme (Summer Training Education Programme). Applications are open to students who will have completed their first year at college by this summer 2014.
The summer trainee program includes:
- Software Project: A 12-week development project that you will work on with a team of Googlers and other STEP Interns.
- Skills-Based Training: Enhance your coding skills; get exposed to new tools and programming languages.
- Professional Development: Attend weekly technical talks by senior Googlers. Additionally, learn how to enhance your resume, tackle technical interviews, and improve your presentation skills.
- Mentorship: Be matched with a Google engineer, other than your manager, to guide you through your summer experience.
- Fun: Social activities, community building and networking. Build a relationship with your peers.
- Exposure: A unique glimpse into applying your computer science studies in a professional environment
See the STEP programme for more information.
The deadline for all applications is 31st March 2014.
Do you have strong leadership skills and possess a passion for computer science? Google are still inviting applications to the ‘Google Scholarship for Students with Disabilities‘ initiative. This scholarship is worth €7,000. The deadline for all applications is Monday 17th February 2014.
Access to knowledge is Google’s passion. When it comes to higher education for promising scholars, Google doesn’t want anything to stand in the way. That’s why Google, in partnership with EmployAbility, is proud to present the Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities. Google is committed to helping the innovators of the future make the most of their talents by providing scholarships for Computer Science students with disabilities.
Recipients of the Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities will each receive a €7,000 scholarship for the 2014-2015 academic year. Scholarships will be awarded based on the strength of the applicant’s academic background, leadership skills and demonstrated passion for Computer Science.