As we mentioned in our post on the 22nd of August the Graduate School will be sponsoring 60 places worth £50 for King’s research staff and PhD students to attend the NatureJobs Career Expo for FREE! The event takes place on Thursday, 19th September 2013 at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London.
In order to be eligible for one of the sponsored conference tickets, you must attend the NatureJobs Careers Expo Preparation Webinar – see below for full details, including how to register. The webinar will cover a range of topics, including details of how to get one of the sponsored tickets. Sponsored tickets are strictly limited to 60 and will be made available on a first-come-first-served basis to those researchers who have viewed the webinar and followed the simple registration procedure described.
Participation in the NJCE preparation webinar is a condition of receiving a sponsored ticket.
The Graduate School has organised a preparation webinar on Tuesday, 10th September, 10:00 – 11:00 am for King’s researchers who would like to attend the NatureJobs Careers Expo, with advice on how to get the most out of the Careers Expo, including:
- Getting the best from the exhibition – how best to present yourself to potential employers and how to prepare your CV.
- Getting the best from the conference – how the conference works and choosing your sessions wisely.
- Getting a sponsored ticket for the conference – details of how to get one of the 60 sponsored tickets.
Speakers include Kate Murray, Careers Adviser for postgraduate research students and research staff at KCL and Peter Crook from NatureJobs.
To register for the webinar please go to: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1647962674164681984 Webinar ID: 153-641-323
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Please note that you will need to be able to hear the webinar using speakers or headphones, you will not be able to speak so you will not need a microphone/ telephone. You will be able to interact with the speakers and ask questions by typing your questions/ comments using the messaging feature.
If you are unable to attend at this time, a recorded version of the webinar will be available to view on KEATS. The recording will be available after the webinar has been run and will be accessible through KEATS on the following page: http://keats.kcl.ac.uk/mod/page/view.php?id=502632
If you are unable to get one of the sponsored tickets, any King’s researcher can use the discount code “KCL131D” when prompted during the registration process to get your tickets for £40 instead of £50: http://www.nature.com/natureconferences/njce2013/registration.html