Brighton Works Week is here: Sign up for these live sessions
This week is packed full of live Q&As, chats and webinars with actively recruiting employers, external careers experts, and our in-house specialists, all helping you to be more employable.
Here are three of our webinars with spaces still available:
Tues 3 November 13:30-14:00 Graduating in a pandemic – Graduate Recruitment Bureau
Local graduate recruitment consultancy GRB is on a mission to help graduates facing this uncertain time with positive advice, guidance and reassurance. Dan Hawes is a Brighton Graduate and is also Co-Founder of GRB. He will talk to us about the best ways to move forward with a positive mindset.
Tues 3 November 14:00-14:30 SEO London prepare talented students from ethnic minority and disadvantaged backgrounds for career success
SEO London’s Careers Programme partners with over 50 sponsor firms across eight leading industries and has supported several thousand alumni into internships and graduate roles since 2000.
SEO helps you excel at the interview, land the internship, or get a full-time job and also provide a range of industry programmes. Come along to find out about these excellent opportunities, and read more through their website.
Thurs 5 November 14:00-15:00 NGDP: Your opportunity to make a difference
This is a mentoring programme for students of colour who would like to apply for the National Graduate Development Programme (NGDP).
The National Government Development Programme (NGDP) is a fast-track graduate programme for bright and passionate individuals who want to make a difference while excelling in their own careers. It offers the chance to work directly with communities, but also to influence policies and plans at a senior level. All while earning a graduate salary and completing a council-specific leadership and management qualification.
To see our full Brighton Works Week schedule, check out our webpage where you can:
- Find more info on the Careers Fair and how to download the app and sign up
- Watch employer videos giving tips on how to be more employable
- Ask previous University of Brighton students direct questions about careers and next steps via our Ask Alumni service.