New website of the Careers Week online!
Today the new website of the Careers Week
is launched. This website gives a clear picture of all the activities organized during the Careers Week. Keep an EyE on the site because it will be updated daily! Stay informed about new workshops trough this mailinglist and the website!
Special for international students!
‘Being successful in Dutch professional culture’ and ‘Find a job using social media’ are workshops specially organized for our international students. You are also cordially invited to participate in the other English workshops like ‘Elevator Pitch’, ‘Matching your qualities to your future job’.
Guest speaker announced!
Hot off the press. Today we can announce that Jan Dirk Gardenier
(Senior consultant and owner CAB) will provide a lecture about insights into the Labour Market in the Northern part of the Netherlands.
Choose your alumnus!
Do you already want information about the alumni who will participate in the Alumni Speed Dating sessions? Check out the Alumni Speed Dating part
on the website!
During the Careers Week you can join workshop like: Entrepreneurship, Dress for Succes, Ins and outs about the UK Job Market by the University of Oxford, Crack the Case, Application: do’s and don’ts, Matching your qualities to your future job, Personal Branding, etc. As soon as the registration opens you will receive an email.
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