Networking at the International University-Employer Forum in Dublin
If you're living in or traveling to Dublin this September, CEU Director of Alumni & Corporate Relations Serge Sych (IRES '97, LEGS '99) invites you to join him for the International University-Employer Forum and Reception, taking place on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at the Dublin Convention Center on the North Wall Quay.
While in Dublin to present at the 24th annual EAIE (European Association for International Education) Conference, Serge would be pleased to catch up with some fellow alumni in the area. He invites all alumni and friends interested in getting together and networking with employers and professionals in the Higher Education sector from across the globe to join him for the International University-Employer Forum reception at 6:30 p.m.
Those interested in the forum itself are also welcome to attend between 1:30 and 6:00 p.m. on the same day.
Participation in both the forum and the reception is free but you must register in advance. If you're interested or have any questions, please write to Serge (using the email contact form above) by August 31, 2012.
About the Forum
The first ever International University-Employer Forum is an excellent opportunity to network and exchange best practice with other practitioners, local and international employers. The topics to cover are: recruiting international graduates; working with internships; and equal opportunities and employment.
Program highlights: the event will start with a welcome from the Irish Association of Higher Education Careers Services, then speakers from Airbus, Abbott, Arriva and Enterprise Rent-A-Car will share their experience in a panel discussion covering: recruiting international graduates; working with internships; and equal opportunities and employment.
Following refreshments, the panel will lead into dynamic working groups chaired by representatives from EMPLOI, ACCESS and INTAL - the three expert communities - to allow for as much interaction and exchange of good practice as possible.