The ‘busy’ never stops. Check out this not-so-wee selection of must-have recruitment and networking events. It’s enough to startle a slightly damp raccoon…

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19 October: International Student Career Fair, London. Hosted by Career Interactive. Network with prospective graduate employers. More info and register at http://bit.ly/2eqbmKm.

19 October ongoing: Credit Suisse Virtual Recruitment Online Events. Learn about Credit Suisse’s business areas, as well as valuable tips on how to create the best CV and prepare for an interview. http://bit.ly/2dY7gtI.

20 October: Camp America Info Session, C122 Checkland Building, Falmer. If you’re thinking about doing Camp America then come along and meet the team, chat to past participants and get all of your questions answered http://bit.ly/2cDREgG.

20/25 October: Rolls Royce (20th) & Aviva (25th) Company Secretary Insight days, London. Attendees will be introduced to members of the company secretarial team who will explain all about the profession, highlighting how they add support and advice to the main board especially during periods of corporate activity and commercial change. Email your CV to insightday@dmjrecruitment.com to reserve a place.

24 October: Bank of America Merrill Lynch Campus Connect live webinar. Find out more about the company, culture and the wide range of programmes available. More info and register at http://bit.ly/2eglsOy.

26 October: BT Legal Graduate Scheme Recruitment Event, London. Will offer a unique insight into BT’s in-house training contract with presentations and an interactive commercial awareness workshop. More info and register at http://bit.ly/2dSkLu4.

26 October: The Graduate Engineer Show, Derby. Exhibitors include Rolls-Royce, BAE Systems, Thales, AkzoNobel, Babcock, Jaguar Land Rover, JCB and Dyson. Register for your free ticket at http://bit.ly/2dxahlc.

27 October: Charityworks, the UK’s not-for-profit sector graduate scheme is holding an Information & Skills Webinar for you to explore the professional route into leadership careers in the non-profit sector. It also provides support for preparing applications, and advice to guide you through the recruitment process. More info and register at  http://bit.ly/2dk9IwI.

3 November: Meet FTSE100 Professionals, London. Want to work for a FTSE 100 business, Technology, Media or the Public Sector in particular the NHS?  This event will feature a panel of six senior women and men from who will share with our audience their career journey and how they navigated their way to the top of their sector. Organised by Girls Talk London but open to male and female students. Tickets at http://bit.ly/2eh1pi5.

9 November at 1.00pm: Operation Wallacea Talk, 309 Watts Building. Operation Wallacea is a network of academics from European and North American universities, who design and implement biodiversity and conservation management research expeditions. Research is supported by students who join the programme to strengthen their CV or collect data for a dissertation or thesis. Come along and find out more about how you can get involved. Find out more at https://opwall.com/.

9 November: Race for Change – supporting future black lawyers, London. An event for black university students and graduates hosted by international law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP. Register to attend at http://bit.ly/2eqgrT9.

9 November: UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health Research Student Open Day, London. 1.30pm onwards. Come and see posters of current students’ research and find out more about the Institute and its educational programmes http://bit.ly/2egleqD.

16 November: Insight into Publishing, London. Hachette are offering 60 applicants the opportunity to find out about career opportunities available in book publishing. They’re opening their doors to students in digital, media, marketing, business, finance, law, sciences, social sciences, and humanities, to introduce them (i.e. you) to the diverse and exciting roles a publishing house can offer. Apply at http://bit.ly/1jH8vhh. Applications close 30 October.

January 2017: The Annual Conference on Cultural Diplomacy in the UN, New York – “The Influence of New US and UN Leadership on International Relations, Economic Development, Innovation, New Markets, & Global Human Rights”. More info and register at http://bit.ly/2dkhEhB.

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