Identify as LGBTQ+? Thinking about your career path? We’ve got two upcoming events for students in the Discover, Focus, or Action stages of career planning, just in time for LGBTQ+ history month!
For STEM students:
On 15th February 2020, Pink News are hosting a day-long careers event for LGBTQ+ STEM students at the Amazon HQ in London!
You can attend workshops and talks by industry leaders, explore your career options, and discuss being openly LGBTQ+, wherever you decide to work! At the end of the day, you’ll attend a careers fair and social event to network with employers and your peers.
Employers in attendance on 15th February include Amazon, AstraZeneca, GSK, The Financial Times and LinkedIn, as well as many more who are yet to be announced.
If you’re interested in a career in STEM, check out our sector guides which can give you an insight into the variety of STEM careers – and how to get into them!
For all students:
Imperial College London is hosting a careers networking evening where you can mingle with potential employers and Imperial’s LGBT+ student society (IQ) on 5th February.
The event aims to facilitate career discussions and share perspectives on the workplace to demonstrate that it’s possible to be comfortable and successful at work while being yourself.
Refreshments served from 6PM. Presentations commence at 6:20PM and are followed by an opportunity to network with a range of LGBT+ employees attending from organisations including: Accenture, Amadeus IT Services UK Ltd, Appian Europe Ltd, Bloomberg, Boston Consulting Group, Capco, Commerzbank, Cundall, Deloitte, Fidelity International, Imperial College London, Macquarie Group, MediaCom, Newton, and Splunk.
Registration and further details via Eventbrite.
King’s Careers & Employability is here to support you. Read about our provision and your rights as an LGBTQ+ employee on our KEATS pages and book an appointment if there is anything you want to discuss.
We’ve got a “Discover Careers with LGBT+ Employers” panel event on 24th February – book your place now!