Throughout the year Graduate Mentor will be hosting FREE digital events giving you the rare opportunity to get brilliant career advice and guidance from our hand-picked experts.
Graduate Mentor are pleased to announce our eighth FREE digital event designed to help student and graduate job seekers.
Do you have the skillset for the future jobs market? Then join our next workshop with one of our Mentors, Joe Little, as he explains how you can prepare yourself for the jobs market of the future.
Joe Little brings 35 years of industry experience at BP, BAe (Space and Comms) and beyond. His primary focus in the last decade and half has been researching emerging technology, educating executives and business leaders on their likely impact and disruption as well as running evangelisation programs to pilot the technologies within key business areas and more latterly helping those businesses develop
digital transformation strategies that keep the enterprise relevant on a 10-20 year horizon. Specific studies focused on the Future of the Global Lubricants Industry on a 10 year time frame for the Castrol Business against the impact of additive manufacturing and supply chain globalisation and intense counterfeiting, The Future of Work on a 20 year time frame for Group Leadership, Talent Management and HR
against the impacts of several Industry 4.0 themes, The Future of the Airport for AirBP and its partners on a 20 year time frame looking at the potential of AI, Machine Learning, UAV inspections, blockchain turnaround tracking, autonomous refuelling, robotics and biometrical onboarding.
Working closely with VCs, SMEs, startups, academia and major research groups he lead several waves of technology evangelisation in the group such as Immersive Technology (virtual worlds, gamification, VR/AR, remote operations, Digital Twins), Satellite imaging and Robotics. He has presented keynotes at many conferences as well as at Stanford, MIT, University of Edinburgh Business School and IE Madrid. He continues to advise business and start-ups primarily introducing technologies into large companies and is a certified Future Forecaster with the IFTF. He joined SAMI as an associate in 2020 and the Association of Professional Futurists in 2020. He has recently taken up the honorary role of Digital Entrepreneur in Residence at the University of Stirling.
Join us on Wednesday 22nd June 1pm-1.30pm for what promises to be an insightful workshop on what the future jobs market might look like presented by Futurologist, Joe Little who will present “My journey, Strategic Foresight (Futurism) and the jobs/skills of the future.” Don’t miss out! To secure your place please complete the booking form below and you will receive the link for the event to be held on MS Teams.
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Neil Sims is a design graduate and Agency owner. He has been a Mentor for over a year and has helped many students and graduates on a one-to-one basis. He is now able to share with you his 25 years’ experience interviewing new graduates. Find out what employers in the creative sector look for on CVs, behaviour and traits that stand out and get yourself on the career ladder!
Marketing expert and Mentor, David Smith, describes his Marketing career journey from University graduate to Head of Business Partnerships at the South East Consortium (SEC). He shared his vision of data driven marketing, advances in digital marketing and strategic partnerships for success and meaningful impact.
A week long series of workshops designed to help students and graduates interested in a career in Financial Services and the Big Four.
Jess Flack has worked as both a graduate recruiter and a lecturer in employability, skills and professional development and advocates the use of storytelling in personal pitch and interviews. In this session she’ll introduce you to the ABT method of storytelling, closing the story loop and some powerful speakers who’ve mastered the art of storytelling. She will give you advice and techniques that can boost your storytelling at interview, empowering you to be your best self, enabling you to be a memorable candidate, for all the right reasons! Click HERE to listen back to the recording.
PERSONAL BRANDING WORKSHOP
ProGrad is a project designed to help graduates and final years with their personal branding. Connall Pugh will help you improve your personal branding and in return improve your chances of success. Through personal experiences, listening to business leaders and other grads, he noticed a skills gap in people entering the world of work for the first time. Click HERE to listen back to the recording.
VIRTUAL INTERVIEW WORKSHOP
Leading recruitment consultancy, Graduate Recruitment Bureau (GRB) have kindly offered to host this event. One of GRBs experts, Katy Prior, will be available to help you stand out with her exclusive “Virtual Interview Workshop.” Click HERE to listen back to the recording.
DATA ANALYTICS IN FINANCIAL SERVICES WORKSHOP
Mentees can expect an introduction to Financial Services, application of data and analysis techniques, AI anomaly detection (fraud detection and network intrusion), money laundering and detection techniques and data analytics.