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Re:Work 2016 - Careers Fair

Published: 1 June 2016
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WSA is proud to be holding its third careers fair - Re:Work - on 10th June 2016

The Re:Work careers fair is an annual event, now in its third year, organized by WSA and held here at the School. It is an excellent chance for our students to come into contact with a wide range of industry professionals who can help them to make informaed choices about their careers after graduation. By meeting with the stallholders, and attending the talks, students get the opportunity to meet and learn from employers working in many creative industries, discovering more about the fields they may want to move into, and making important contacts.

Among the organisations who will be attending to give talks or host stands are:

  • River Island
  • Urban Outfitters
  • Apple
  • IBM
  • Audience Magnet

The event runs from 11am until 4pm.

Stallholder details
Stallholder details

The full list of stallholders includes:

Advocate Art - Apple - Audience Magnet - Careers & Employability - Hand & Lock Embroidery - The Handmade Cyclist - IBM - Jagex - Kolab Digital - Oyster Worldwide - Lacey West Art International - National Citizen Service Leaders - Point Line Plane Glassware - Redweb - River Island - School for Social Entrepreneurs - Southampton Education School - Solutions4Recruitment - Urban Outfitters

and more details are on the poster to the right. 

 

 

 

 

 

Talks details
Talks details

Talks will be taking place in Lecture Theatres around WSA, from 11.15am, and include presentations from Sophia Blom & Hannah Clarke of River Island, Paul Alger of the UK Fashion & Textile Association, Mary-Alice Slack of Creative Industry Finance, and Sophie Pitman talking about Intellectual Property. 

Full details of all of the talks are in the image to the left. 

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