IEMA to visit careers fairs

4th October 2019

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Allen Creedy

Over the next few months, IEMA will be attending a selection of university careers fairs to ensure that graduates entering the environment and sustainability profession are equipped with the knowledge, skills and tools required to drive change in their workplace.

We'll be talking to students about how membership will enable them to have the best start to their career. The careers fairs we're attending are:

  • Edinburgh University Careers Fair and Third Sector
  • Jobs Fair – 9 and 10 October
  • Reading University Recruitment and Opportunities
  • Fair – 16 October
  • Nottingham Trent University City Placement and Graduate Jobs Fair – 23 October
  • Salford University Environment and Life Sciences Careers Fair – 13 November

IEMA student membership offers a range of resources, such as events, webinars and Transform magazine. IEMA can help students and graduates expand their knowledge, network and join the discussions that are driving our vision. The IEMA Futures network is interlinked with our student and graduate membership and looks to engage and inspire these early and future environment and sustainability professionals to lead change for future generations. The Futures Network's next event is the Sustainability Conference where, through a series of talks from renowned professionals, along with interactive workshops designed to promote wider thinking, delegates will learn more about sustainability, what roles they can play and how they can help foster a sustainable future. Where: University of Salford, Peel Hall When: 14 November, 9:30am-4pm

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