Archive for ‘Deaf Graduates’ Category
Published: Apr 15th, 2019
In our first article entitled “Deaf learner, Paul beats all odds to be awarded a scholarship” on 11th October 2016, we mentioned that; “You may not know of Paul Ntulila, but in the deaf community […]
Published: Nov 23rd, 2018
What was your experience in a mainstream school in general? My experience in my private school (and later my public school) was more positive than not. However, I did not have any accommodations at all. […]
Published: Feb 14th, 2017
Exclusive interview with deaf entrepreneur Guy Orlov who co-founded cSeeker and is now a member of the Deaf Business Academy. Find out his top tips for setting up your own business and how he’s supporting d/Deaf learners and graduates…
Published: Oct 11th, 2016
Paul Ntulila is the first deaf person in history to be awarded a fully-funded scholarship to study an Master of Science degree at Loughborough University in London. In this exclusive chat, Paul shares his passion for politics and using his influence and achievements to change the lives of deaf people…
Published: Jul 16th, 2016
Please note, the Deaf and Disabilities Careers 2016 has been and gone. If you’re looking for careers advice, please visit our Careers section, or take a look at our jobs page for the latest vacancies. If there’s […]
Published: May 30th, 2016
Following the announcement of the Deaf and Disabilities Careers Fair 2016, Alasdair Grant explains how engagement between employers and deaf job seekers is key to bridging the employment gap…
Published: Jan 31st, 2016
We interview Julie McElroy who, despite her hearing loss and Cerebral Palsy, has soared through higher education. She also has a number of achievements under her belt as a Scottish campaigner.
Published: Dec 15th, 2014
Deaf Unity and CIPD will be working together to offer young people one-to-one mentoring sessions to help improve their employability skills, boost their confidence and find work.
Published: Nov 3rd, 2014
Alasdair Grant writes about the importance of confidence and motivation for career success within the deaf community.
Published: Oct 13th, 2014
Alasdair Grant writes about the importance of learning effective interpersonal and influencing skills for employment.