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Career Cafe North of the Netherlands

30 March 2021

Working in the North of the Netherlands? Join the UG CareerCafé

If you are curious about starting your career in the North of Netherlands, sign up for the online UG CareerCafé on 22 April 2021. You will get together in small groups with fellow students to talk to recent UG-alumni who started their career in the North of the Netherlands. Our alumni would like to share their personal stories and practical job-hunting advice with you. During the CareerCafe you can easily connect with Groningen alumni and get tips and tricks on how to kickstart your career in the region.

Practical information

Please register before 15 April via eventbrite. After registration you will receive an email to choose two career sessions with an alum. It is a first come, first served basis, so don’t miss out! Sign up now for a session with an alum you would like to meet.

Date: 22 April 2020, 7.40 – 9.30 p.m. (19.40 – 21.30 h)

Location: Online

The UG CareerCafé is organized by the UG Young Alumni Network and the UG Alumni Relations and Fundraising.

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