Category: events (off campus)

Fairs, workshops and events provided by an external party away from the University of Reading.

Residential Chemistry Training Experience

This year we shall be running our fully-funded Residential Chemistry Training Experience from Sunday 11th – Friday 16th September 2016. This week gives participants an excellent opportunity to find out what the chemist does in the pharmaceutical industry. You will spend at least two days in a laboratory receiving personalised tuition from one of our graduate …

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Kick-start your career with Kick-Start!

Elevation Networks have partnered with the Deloitte Multicultural Network to deliver “Kick-start”, a four day programme for students interested in a career in professional services at Deloitte. Monday 1st August – Thursday 4th August Open to all students in their penultimate or final year of their degree. The aim of this programme is to provide …

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Join professional journalists at NewsAssociates’ Journalism Workshops!

NewsAssociates are running both news and sports events throughout the summer to help trainee journalists make the next step in their career. Aspiring reporters interested in a career in newspapers, magazines, online or broadcast can enroll for a free journalism workshop staged at the newsroom of national press agency News Associates. This three-hour session will get …

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Deaf Unity: The Deaf and Disability Careers Fair 2016

Deaf Unity and Bristol North West MP Charlotte Leslie have joined forces to host a Deaf and Disability Careers Fair later this year. The aim of this event is to build on Deaf Unity’s hugely successful Deaf Careers Fair 2014, which was nominated for the 2014 Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development People Development Award. The …

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Get to the front of the line with Frontline’s ‘Diversity in Social Work’ Insight Day

      WHAT IS FRONTLINE? Frontline is a brand new, accelerated, two-year programme for graduates with a focus on leadership development. This is an innovative opportunity for exceptional people to lead change in society. Frontline participants will work with police, courts, schools, vulnerable children and families as children’s social workers – one of Britain’s toughest jobs. …

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