Employability Week: Message of the Day (Friday)
Opportunity to meet and network with graduate employers
In your Final year/ completing a Master’s course? Looking for a job or placement? Want to network with big businesses? The Skills & Employability Service at Bangor University is organising a coach to the Manchester Graduate Recruitment Fair
This is your chance to meet with over 130 leading recruiters promoting their graduate vacancies and placements. For more details – including how to register for your free admission ticket: http://www.careers.manchester.ac.uk/events/gradfair/
The event runs from 10.30am - 3.30pm. The bus will depart Bangor at 9am and will return to Bangor by 5pm.
Book your coach ticket at £10 per person here
Interested in developing business and enterprise skills?
If you’re interested in developing your enterprise skills or want to start your own business then talk to the B-Enterprising team. You can benefit from free workshops, one to one business mentoring, business bootcamps, funding and prototyping opportunities as well as free incubation space at M-SParc. You can also receive support to participate in enterprise competitions where you can win amazing prizes and network with people who can potentially provide support and encouragement.
Contact us through email to email@example.com and check out our Facebook page @B-Enterprising Bangor
Would you like to be a Peer Guide in September?
The University is now recruiting Peer Guides for September 2019. We hope that you benefitted from having a Peer Guide to ease your introduction to the University, and we would like to invite you to become a Peer Guide yourself.
Peer Guides are volunteers who support new students during arrivals and Welcome Week, and in some instances, beyond the initial induction period. They are supported by Senior Peer guides (all of whom have volunteered over previous years), and by staff within each academic school and by a central team. Peer Guides are eligible for BEA points and the experience itself will benefit your CV.
To become a Peer Guide, you will need to:
- Submit an application via the Peer Guiding website
- Attend a one-off two-hour training session
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Publication date: 29 March 2019