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YBF careers workshops

The Young Britons’ Foundation is launching a new range of careers workshops to advise on getting into the legal profession, the City, civil service, media, public affairs and other careers.  The first workshop in the series will cater to those students who hope to pursue a career in the City:

"Getting into the City isn’t easy; whether you want to be a trader, a hedge fund manager, or an investment banker it’s a difficult place to break into.  In recognition of this the Young Britons’ Foundation is running an afternoon’s workshop (1-5pm) on Saturday 6th October at LSE to equip conservative minded young people who want to work in the City with the knowledge they need to break into one of the most competitive job markets in the world.   

Attendees will hear from a range of speakers with experience of life in the City.  From Nihar Rach who’s starting out in the City with Mizuho International PLC and can tell you everything you need to know to get your foot in the door, to one of the Square Mile’s big players, Marcus Booth of Travers Smith who can share a lifetime’s experience with you – pitfalls to avoid and opportunities to seize.  You’ll learn how to make your application stand out, the do’s and the don’ts of interviews (what to say and what you should never say), and what to do when you finally land the job you want."

To confirm your place at the workshop (for £10) email Shane Greer asap.


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