Careers events February 2023

Generic & Pop Up Events

Tuesday 7 February Volunteering Pop-Up

Organisations attending:
Resources for Autism – We have been supporting our autistic community for over 25 years by providing practical and much needed support for all ages and all abilities.
Barking and Dagenham Youth Zone – Named by young people as ‘Future’, is a charity offering a safe and fun place for young people to spend their leisure time, inspiring young people to live healthier, happier, more aspirational lives.

UK Thalassaemia Society – UK Thalassaemia Society (UKTS) is a small charity in Southgate. UKTS’s overriding aim is to improve the lives of people living with thalassaemia. We provide invaluable support to patients with the condition across the UK.
The Felix Project – A redistribution charity in London fighting food waste and hunger which was set up back in 2016.

Oxfam - Oxfam is a Global Movement that fights to end poverty and inequality. 12.00-2.00pm On Campus The Junction Holloway

Thursday 9 February 11.00am-12.00pm Virtual

Applying for Masters:How to approach your personal statement Are you applying for a masters? If so, the personal statement is a key element of the application process. Come along to this webinar to find out what selectors look for and get some tips on how to create a successful statement.

Spotlight Events

Thursday 2 February 6.30-8.30pm

Spotlight on Finance Careers

This event shows where this subject can take you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Wednesday 8 February 6.30-8.00pm

Spotlight on Marketing, PR and Communications Careers

This event shows where this subject can take you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Thursday 16 February 6.30-8.00pm

Spotlight on Media Careers

This event shows where this subject can take you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Wednesday 22 February 6.30-8.00pm

Spotlight on Law Careers

This event shows where this subject can take you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

Thursday 23 February 6.30-8.00pm

Spotlight on Business, Management and Consulting Careers

This event shows where this subject can take you by profiling alumni and professionals from partner organisations. Panellists talk about their roles and journey, challenges in the sector and share advice regarding recruitment processes. The event then splits into smaller virtual rooms and students have the opportunity to have conversations with participants.

To book a place go to: londonmet.ac.uk/careersevents 

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