Category: careers events

Upcoming careers events on and off campus.

TargetJobs presents… IT’s not just for the boys!

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      IT’s not just for the boys! That’s why TARGETjobs has created this employability event where you can find out how to secure a role in the tech industry, fast-track your application and network with other women who have a passion for tech. What you can get out the day: Build your professional …

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TargetJobs presents EMPOWER

Empower written in LGBTQ+ Rainbow

Empower In partnership with National Student Pride, TARGETjobs is hosting EMPOWER – an employability event for the LGBTQ+ community.             EMPOWER will be showcasing a range of inclusive employers, opening up about barriers LGBTQ+ students can encounter when entering the workforce, and how to overcome them. EMPOWER will also help to build professional …

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How the University of Reading became a leader in sustainability

The journey to sustainability at the University of Reading Written by Robert Moore, Part 3 Geography student and Sustainability Assistant at the University of Reading The Journey The University of Reading began its sustainability journey 12 years ago, in 2006, with the Clean and Green scheme which eventually led to the creation of EEST (Environment, …

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Professional Placement Year Boot Camp

Professional Placement Year Boot Camp

Boot Camp for Year-Two students Are you a Part 2 student who is keen to do a Professional Placement Year in 2019/20? Attend our dedicated 1-day Professional Placement Year Boot Camp on November 8th and hit the ground running.

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Prepare for the Careers and Placements Fair

Impress employers at the Careers and Placements Fair 2018

Research and preparation before the Careers Fair Written by Lucy Hawkins, Careers Consultant Imagine if you were on a blind date, and your date hadn’t even been bothered to read your profile. That’s the kind of impression we give to employers when we ask questions like “so what does your company do again?!”

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