The British Council China is going to run a series of career development workshop in the UK from 7 – 12 November November 2014.
HR executives from major employers in China have been invited to give an overview of the competitive job market in China, talk about various aspects of recruitment from the employer’s side and share job opportunities with Chinese students. After the guests have spoken, students will have the chance to interact with the speakers as well as inquire about any possible vacancies that they could have available. This will not only provide a fantastic opportunity for students to understand and discuss the requirements of China’s domestic employment market, but will also provide a wealth of employment opportunities.
Open to all graduation years, this is a great opportunity to see whether a career in financial services Technology is for you. This two-day challenge gives you the chance to put your coding skills to practice, while helping a good cause.
Over 24 hours we’ll ask you to develop a solution for a leading non-profit organisation. You’ll work with some of our recognised industry experts, learning from their experiences as you creatively solve a real-life Technology problem for one of three leading charities.
Event date: November 14 – 15, 2014
Application deadline: October 24, 2014
To find out more and apply please visit: jpmorgan.com/techcareers
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YuStart – Matched Funding
Launched in January, YuStart is the UK’s first University crowdfunding platform, which has raised over £17,000 for 14 projects, ideas and events since it started. Projects have ranged from volunteering, outreach, research to sport and special interest societies, see the latest ones here.
This term we are offering a matching scheme for projects who use the site. Using £5,000 specially provided by YuFund (alumni donations made specifically for student projects) the Programme will help as many projects as possible until funds are used up. Find out more at www.yorkspace.net/yustart
Our YuStart team is here to support and advise projects who want to use the site and there is more on our website at www.yorkspace.net/yustart.
YuFund – application deadline
Formerly the York Annual Fund, YuFund gives grants and funding opportunities to departments, colleges, and student clubs and societies from donations made by alumni and friends of the University.
The YuFund Disbursement Group meets twice a year to consider applications and the deadline for the next round is Friday 24 October. More information about the process including eligibility and application forms can be found online at www.yorkspace.net/yufund.
Teach First – ranked in the Time Top 100 graduate recruiters – will be giving a presentation on Thursday 23 October (6.30pm) in the Exhibition Centre, P/T/005.
Sign up at: http://graduates.teachfirst.org.uk/events/index.html
Guest blog written by Lauren Knowles, digital content writer, Portfolio Payroll.
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