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Future Female Engineers

Future Female Engineers

Meet some of the brightest engineers and find out how you can follow in their footsteps

TARGETjobs Future Female Engineers, 5 November 2018

Welcome Future Female Engineers! Join us for the day at this employability event, which we’ve tailored to help you build your professional network, connect with recruiters and gain inside advice about applications and what it’s like to work in the engineering sector.

Our November event is going to deliver all of the opportunities that our a face to face events offer, but in a virtual environment! Then in February, we plan to run the event physically, giving you the choice about how you want to get involved this year.

Upcoming events

  • 16 November 2020 - virtual
  • 12 February 2021 - London, venue TBC

16 November 2020

Virtual

Who can apply?

  • Current female undergraduate students
  • Studying a STEM subject at a UK university
  • Desire to develop a career in engineering
  • On track for a 2.1

12 February 2021

London, Venue TBC

Who can apply?

  • Current female undergraduate students
  • Studying a STEM subject at a UK university
  • Desire to develop a career in engineering
  • On track for a 2.1

Why attend?

Build your network by making connections through networking and ‘how to get hired’ sessions. Meet some of the brightest engineers in the field, hear about their experiences and see how you can follow in their footsteps.

Boost your CV. Attending Future Female Engineers will not only allow you to speak directly to recruiters who will tell you exactly what a successful CV looks like; the event itself is a fantastic addition to your CV. It shows you have a keen interest in engineering and that you are actively seeking personal development. The event will also be another way of showcasing your interpersonal skills.

Practise for the real thing in a supportive environment. We have put together a series of sessions that give you the information and advice to succeed on paper and in interviews. There’s also a practical team challenge to break the ice and develop your team-working and time-management skills that you’ll need at future assessment centres.

Find your pathway into engineering and talk to inspirational women. You will hear from senior engineers, graduates/interns and other students like you with a passion for engineering.

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