Employability events

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28 February 201912:30

SSIS Careers: Working in Public Relations / Communications

Join Alicia De Haldevang (International Relations with Arabic and German, 2010), Public Relations and Digital Communications Manager at Atkins Global, who will deliver a session on what it's like to work in PR and communications. In this interactive workshop, Alicia will cover: An introduction with a career outline PR scenario group task Consolidation on how the skills you learn from your social sciences degree are relevant to your future employers Q&A on what steps you can take to get in to a PR careers The session will cover both UK and Middle Eastern opportunities, the skills required from your social sciences degrees to succeed in PR employment, what steps you can take to do so, as well as a Q&A where you will get the chance to ask our guest speaker the questions on your mind!. Full details
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8 March 201917:30

Women in Leadership: Balance for Better

To celebrate International Women’s Day we are delighted to announce our Women in Leadership discussion panel and networking will take place on Friday 8th March. With support from the Annual Fund and from the Women and Law SACA project, this exciting event will be a highlight of the social sciences employability events calendar. Open to all students and local alumni, this event will showcase the inspiring career journeys of our speakers. This discussion panel event will allow plenty of time for a Q&A. Following the event there will be the opportunity to network with all of our guests, where you will be able to speak more freely with them about their careers. Light refreshments will be provided. Our speakers are all SSIS graduates and leaders in their fields: Janet Garcia – Law and Society, President at PSI International Denise Haddow – Law, Non-Executive Director, AJH Ltd Sue Heady – Philosophy, Director at Heady Communications. Full details
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