Future Day for Female Students
Tuesday, December 11, 2018, 1 to 7pm
Studies – And Then What?
Sometimes that is a very difficult question to answer as there are so many possibilities. Start a family or focus on your career? Get off to a flying start or find a job with set working hours? And what to do when? Future Day for Female Students 2018 deals directly with such topics.
How do I get off on the right foot when starting my career? How do I want to work later on and what companies reflect my interests? Am I better suited to a career in industry or in science? This event aims to prepare you for and inform you about your future professional life.
Regional and national companies will present themselves both at fair booths and with short presentations. Here you have the opportunity to have direct contact with human resource representatives and to learn about application processes and entry-level jobs. Job and continuing education possibilities at RWTH will also be presented. A moderated talk with the companies and a networking get-together with beverages and snacks round out the day.
This event is for female students in all Bachelor and Master courses of study.
Childcare is available free of charge – please pre-register in time.
Preparing for Future Day
Obviously, you don't have to prepare anything beforehand in order to be able to take part in Future Day, but if you do like to get a head start, we have compiled a list of core questions and a guide for visiting the fair booths: Checklist and guide (de)
|When?||Tuesday, December 11, 2018, 12 noon to 8pm|
|Where?||SuperC at RWTH, 6th floor|
|Cost||free of charge|
Future Day for Female Students 2018 is a collaboration between the Equal Opportunities Office and the Career center at RWTH as well as the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering's Gender Working Group.
In order for you to be able to get the best use out of Future Day and to give you a chance to prepare for the job market in general, the Career Center trhough their Female Career program is offering German-taught workshops specifically for female students on topics such as repartee, style and etiquette, small talk, or successful networking. Further details and exact dates will be provided at the beginning of the winter semester.