The STICKS & STONES Career fair is taking place on 28 June 2014 in Alte Münze Berlin. STICKS & STONES demonstrates and initiates courage and passion for diversity.

Here inspiration, creativity and individuality clash to shape the framework for STICKS & STONES. Progressive businesses, from start-ups all the way to corporations, present themselves as open-minded with a large variety of career options. At the fair, companies search for the talents and innovative minds of the future generation.

Students get the chance to network with different exhibitors and the fair offers numerous speakers, workshops and even contests, which give students the opportunity to fund their business idea. Sticks & Stones also offer CV checks and talks with career coaches/ Sit back and take a break in the chill-out area.

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Nature Jobs Career Expo

Over 50 employers are expected at the Nature Jobs Career Expo. The Expo will also offer:

  • company workshops
  • one-to-one CV reviews
  • conference sessions
  • networking opportunities.

Entry is free.

Actuarial career events

Are you an aspiring actuary? 

Meet with potential employers and learn about the actuarial profession at the following events:

Actuarial Finance Career Fair at Imperial College, London on Tuesday 15 November. Register online at

Actuarial career evening and reception at Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh on Wednesday 16 November. For further information and to book a place e-mail careers@actuaries

Naturejobs Career Expo

This year the Naturejobs Career Expo (NJCE) will be held at The Business Design Centre, London, 22nd September 2011. Building on the success of the 2010 event, it promises to be bigger than previous years with more exhibitors and delegates attending. Once again the conference programme will be designed to appeal to different areas of science and for the different level of academics attending.

The conference has plenary and workshop sessions hosted by high-profile speakers. Split into 3 different streams (Graduate, Post-Doctoral and Non-Traditional) the conference attendees are able to mix and match across the different sessions, with a wide range of topics of science career paths and career related issues. Offering insight and inspiration to delegates, it stimulates debate as well as providing support and motivation for finding the right position.

Whilst this is running, there is also a career exhibition with exhibitors from Academia, Industry and Government. Actively recruiting, it enables delegate to meet these employers face to face and find out more about current positions open.

For further information on current exhibitors and the conference programme please visit: