Graduate Speed Dating

5th December 2012

Graduates Yorkshire is hosting a graduate speed dating event on the 11th December for local employers to meet face to face with graduates looking for work.

The event can be attended by any local employer with either a current vacancy or an opportunity in the coming months. Chris Finch, the event organiser said -the event is completely free for everyone who wants to attend, so it's a great way to informally meet with graduates and see if they might be suitable for any current or upcoming vacancies. The event is part of an internship scheme delivered in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University, for Sheffield Hallam 2012 graduates. Employers with vacancies can take on a graduate as part of an internship for anywhere between four weeks and twelve months, with the option of taking on the graduate permanently if they like them. Employers taking part in this scheme also benefit from free vacancy advertising and CV sifting. There are a limited number of places left for employers at the speed dating event which is taking place 10am-12 midday, at Aspect Court, Sheffield Hallam University campus. Please contact Chris Finch on 0114 222 0954 or email if you'd like to book a place.

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