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The on-campus employer-led events and careers fairs that usually take place during autumn term are this year being replaced by a brand new online ConnEXPO programme – featuring 10 days of interactive virtual events for University of Liverpool students, over three weeks from 27 October – 12 November.
Hosted on Handshake, the new online platform from Careers & Employability, ConnEXPO will enable students from all years of study and degree subject to connect with potential employers via virtual group and one to one sessions.
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From 27 – 29 October our team of student Career Coaches will run virtual peer to peer sessions to help prepare your Handshake profile, answer your questions, and share tips on how to make the most out of attending virtual careers events like ConnEXPO.
Click here to view the available sessions and book your place.
We have invited around 70 organisations of all sizes, and from every employment sector, to create their own bespoke schedule of events for ConnEXPO.
Employers range from big name such as IBM, EY, Rolls Royce, and Sky, to Merseyside Police, Randox Laboratories, and mental health charity Think Ahead. Click here to view the full list.
Sign-up to as many of the online sessions as you wish, and you will discover new career opportunities and make valuable connections, as well as pick up practical hints and tips directly from employers to help you through every stage of the recruitment process.
To help you navigate the many sessions that are taking place we’ve created a new ConnEXPO microsite featuring employer information, event listings, advice on making the most of virtual events, plus a series of new videos from employers talking about why they want to meet and recruit University of Liverpool students.
Visit the ConnEXPO microsite to find out more.
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