The best networking event for female students interested in IT!
TARGETjobs Events are proud to present IT's not just for the boys!, an event designed exclusively for female students who are looking to find out more about technology careers.
Attendees will network with top recruiters, discuss internships and graduate schemes for 2017 and beyond, and take part in skills sessions and team challenges designed to showcase teamwork, problem solving and communication. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions to recent graduates and senior managers on their roles within the companies, and how to follow in their footsteps!
Technology is not all about computers, and whilst a knowledge of programming is beneficial for some technology roles, recruiters are looking to meet students with a passion and drive for IT, so if you're an innovative team player, who's ambitious, eager to learn and looking for a varied and exciting career there will be a role for you!
2016/2017 dates confirmed as:
2015/2016 Event programme
The event programme will change slightly from event to event (especially speaker details), but here is a past programme to give you an idea of what to expect.
Welcome by TARGETjobs Events explaining the format of the day.
Lunch and networking
Your opportunity to have informal conversations with event partner representatives and fellow attendees
Group session focusing on team work, decision making and creativity
Speak directly with recruiters about the application process and skills required to succeed.
Meet graduate entry representatives and find out first-hand what their day to day roles entail and how you could follow in their footsteps
Ask questions to senior female representatives about what life is like at the top of the ladder and how they achieved their success.
Event wrap up
A summary of the day from TARGETjobs Events (including a chance to complete feedback forms and travel expenses).
Final opportunity to network with all event partners and their representatives.
Who can apply?
- You must be a female studying at a university in the UK or Europe.
- You must be able to demonstrate a real desire to develop a technology career NB: this is not limited to those studying computer science or STEM degrees.
- All years of undergraduate study welcome.
- If you are in penultimate or final year, your CV must demonstrate that you are on track for a 2:1.