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NEXT portal online & KEIweek

13 August 2014

Welcome to NEXT's new portal! Over the past months we have been working hard behind the scenes to offer you a better and more complete source of information.
The two simple pages we had are no more. This portal is NEXT's new online home. That means we can provide you with more information. Working on your CV or motivational letter and looking for some tips to make them perfect? Take a look here for some first tips and tricks! Not the type to work for a boss and wants to be an entrepreneur? We got some information for you as well! Do you want more information? You can now easily find our workshops on this portal. Looking for a job or internship? Take a look at our vacancies.
There's too much to mention: take a look around to see what we've got to offer!

This week also marks the annual KEIweek in Groningen! First year students are introduced to the city of Groningen and everything it and the University of Groningen have to offer. On Monday and Tuesday NEXT was present on the Vismarkt and at MartiniPlaza. Many new students, and the occasional older student, found their way to NEXT! The first CV has been checked as well: a great way to start the new year!
Starting September 8th, our new student pool will be available to answer all your questions regarding study and career.

You can also find NEXT on Facebook and Twitter! Follow us to get the latest news!

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