Thursday 1 February 2018
Time: 09:00 – 17:00, GMT
Candidate sign-up: https://findingada.gointro.io/
More information: https://findingada.com/careers/
The fair will bring together employers and female job hunters to talk about jobs and careers in one-on-one conversations from your mobile or tablet.
The fair is open to all women with a right to work in the UK, from final year undergraduates, to recent graduates, masters or doctoral students, early career jobs hunters and STEM returners. Employers will come from across the STEM spectrum – start-ups to global multinationals.
Spread the Word
21 March 2018
6.30 – 8.30pm
Idea Store Whitechapel
Book a place
A panel of literary publishers – Crystal Mahey-Morgan from OWN IT!, Gary Budden and Kit Caless from Influx Press, Bibi Bakare-Yusuf from Cassava Republic and Lizzie Huxley-Jones from 3 of Cups will lead an insight session into the realms of literature publishing. This will include an outline of the publishing process, ways in which writers can take their work to the next stage and top tips on how to approach a publisher.
FREE for London Writers Network Members / £6 standard / £4 concessions
Thursday 25 January 2018
Senate House, Russell Square, University of London
Register at PostgradFair.co.uk
Apply to work as a British Council English Language Assistant! If you’re a L2 student or graduate it’s a chance to immerse yourself in another language and culture, gain work experience, strengthen yout CV and be paid.
Placements last six or 12 months and you can work in Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Ecuador, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain and Switzerland (subject to availability/eligibility). However posts in China are only open to graduates. Apply by 12 February 2018.
Find out more
for the PhD and postgraduate community and any others who are interested. There’s a MedComms careers event in Oxford on 11 January 2018 which will give you the chance to learn more about MedComms, including meeting agency representatives – whether you’re looking for a job in MedComms or just considering options for the future.
View the full programme and registration details.
You can find free resources at www.FirstMedCommsJob.com.
Find out more and apply
Talk to a Careers Consultant for more information or help with your application
There’s an article on the TARGETjobs website that may help to set you straight and know where you stand.