Friday, 4 February 2011

Come to our Career's Week

When I graduated in 2005 I now realise how lucky I was to get accepted onto a graduate scheme. I applied throughout my last year at Lancaster to companies across the UK and was accepted onto a management graduate scheme at. Now five years later graduates are not so lucky as companies have either scrapped or cut the number of places available on their graduate schemes. 

Most students who have just graduated (like my brother) are going straight back to uni to do postgraduate courses in the vain hope of boosting up their CV so that they can earn one of the highly prized places on one of these ever increasing elusive graduate schemes. 

With my Conservative Future hat on I have organised a Career's Week with excellent speakers and companies for students currently at uni, recent graduates and postgraduates who find themselves back at uni studying again.

If you are struggling to get a job at the moment or would just like to talk to someone about your employment opportunities then please come along!

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Tuesday 15th February:
Conservative Women’s Organisation and Conservative Future hostCWO Forum- Panel Discussion on ‘Graduate Recruitment’
Come and meet top employers to find out what they’re looking for when recruiting graduates.
Location – House of Commons, 6-8pm

Wednesday 16th February:
Tory Reform Group Student Spring Reception
Hosted by Richard Fuller MP
This reception will be attended by MPs, Ministers, Cabinet Ministers and staff from the Parliamentary Resources Unit who will be able to advise Conservative Future students and graduates of the Parliamentary job opportunities.
Location – Jubilee Room, House of Commons, 7-9pm
RSVP – via facebook:

Thursday 17th February:
Conservative Future Young Professionals Launch
Conservative Future are proud to launch, ‘Conservative Future Young Professionals’. This event is targeted at Young Professional members of Conservative Future, in or out of work, providing insight and advice on getting into the Career world.
There will also be a Q&A with Education Minister Tim Loughton MP on how to get more young people and graduates into work. (Note: Guest list inc. Ministers, MP’s, HR Specialists)
Time – 18:30 – 21:00
Location – Telegraph Media Group, 111 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0DT
Ticket – £5
Booking Deadline – February 14th (subject to availability)

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