As Michaelmas Term comes to an end in just two weeks, make the most out of the careers events offered by the LSE! Here are our top picks:
Mayor Entrepreneur Workshop 2017 – Monday 28th November
The Mayor of London is hosting an entrepreneurship competition. To find out more, come to the workshop and learn tools to help you come up with business ideas, hear from past winners and finalists about their entrepreneurial experience as well as meet like-minded students from across London. Register your interest here.
Careers Q&A for Economics undergraduates – Tuesday 29th November
LSE Careers are hosting a special Q&A session for Economics students to ask about anything careers related. If you have any questions about what career paths there may be outside Finance, this is a good session to attend!
Generate Debate Club: Talking about a tech revolution – is it moving too fast? – Tuesday 29th November
What is a ‘techpreneur’ and how influential is technology? Speak to the panel to find out more about their work within the tech industry and challenge them on what you think about using tech for good. The speakers are also LSE alumni ask them questions about how they transitioned from university to the working world too.
Meet an Alum - not-for-profit consulting – Thursday 1st December
Meet LSE alumna Ilse Vanderhoeven, a consultant at FireTail. The company is a consulting firm for NGOs and civil society. She worked for a variety of civil society organisations, from large organisations such as Oxfam to grassroots projects in Guatemala and Mexico. Her private sector experience includes working in PR for Edelman, one of the largest agencies in the world, and for Triodos Bank, a pioneer in sustainable banking based in the Netherlands. If you’re looking to bridge the gap between consultancy and working in the Third Sector, make sure you book in for an intimate session with Vanderhoeven.