International Career Enhancement (ICE) Club

ICE Club provides all students (UK and international) with the opportunity to develop employability skills and improve your chances for a successful professional career by:

  • taking part in part-time casual work assignments alongside the International Experience Team
  • attending networking events and skills development sessions which help build your confidence

There are two ways you can be involved in ICE Club:

As student crew

ICE Club operates as part of Campus Jobs. To become a full member, you need to have registered for Campus Jobs. Depending on your skills and experience, you may be invited to attend a day of training provided by the International Experience Team. After completing the training you may be asked to assist with any of the following:

  • Welcoming new international students at the university and supporting the delivery of the orientation programmes
  • Assisting in the delivery of an annual programme of social integration activities for Sheffield Hallam students
  • Providing mentoring for international students on arrival or throughout the year, and advice to prospective international students face-to-face in presentations, or via webchats, mentoring forums or email

Case studies

Find out how you can benefit from taking part in ICE Club by reading these case studies:

Xiaowei Song case study Ilkmen Topchu case study Noelle Vaz case study Ali Tarbosh case study
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