Webinar: Graduating, surviving and thriving in 2020 and opportunity for a limited number of places on a mentoring opportunity
BCS is hosting Graduates of 2008 to inspire with their stories and share their best advice.
18:00 – Webinar starts
19:30 – Webinar ends
About 400,000 students finishing their degrees in 2020 have seen opportunities evaporate overnight. Twelve years ago, graduates faced similar anxiety when the global financial crisis threw much of the world into recession. Banks collapsed, businesses went under, and millions of people lost their jobs.
BCS is hosting Graduates of 2008 to inspire with their stories and share their best advice. We will also be launching the BCS London Central mentoring programme aimed at providing support to early career STEM students, graduates, and professionals.
Mentoring is often highlighted as being key to successful career progression, as you will hear from our panellists. BCS Central London will be launching their first mentoring programme to help Students and Graduates of 2020 plan their first career steps. Having a mentor is a great way to improve skills, gain experiences, and establish a brand. The BCS mentoring programme has been created to help you gain the confidence you need to stand out of the crowd and work towards your career goals, even if you don’t have any yet.
As part of our commitment to empowering early career STEM professionals, we are going to be offering a limited number of spaces for a 6-month mentoring programme starting in October. Hear from us why, how and what you need to do to get involved.