Get Hired! How to land your first job in a startup

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Learn how to find the right job for you with Riham Satti, co-founder @ Mevitae

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Looking for a job in the tech sector?

In this workshop Riham, co-founder @Mevitae, a recruitment tech startup, will give advise you on how to find the job you want and how to prepare for it!

What we will cover during the talk:

- What the current hiring landscape looks like

- Grad recruiting process and recruitment tips as an intern or grad

- Ways to grab the attention of companies and stand out

- What to watch out for on your CV and Linkedin

- How to stay in contact with companies you have applied to

If you have any burning questions about the matter, want to know more about the startup landscape and how to find the job that suits you best, this workshop is perfect for you!

Riham's Bio:

Riham Satti is a keynote international speaker (including TEDx), business mentor and entrepreneur. She co-founded MeVitae in 2014; deep tech company aimed at removing algorithmic and unconscious biases from the hiring process. Riham is involved in several initiatives; founder of Linkedin’s Women in Tech group, director at TechTonic, TechUK Diversity and Skills Council. She has expertise in the business-technology ecosystem, including natural language processing and artificial intelligence. She is a business mentor including the London Business School entrepreneurship course (helping over 20 early-stage founders who have raised over £1m+). Riham holds a Master of Research in Clinical Neuroscience from the University of Oxford and a First-Class Honour Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London.

This webinar is valued more than £400 per person but it's free for you! There are limited spaces available so be quick to book your spot.

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