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Aalto Talent Expo postponed to January 2021 – Virtual fair available this fall

Due to the developments related the COVID-19 pandemic, the recruitment and contact fair Aalto Talent Expo will be postponed. The new date for the fair is January 14th 2021.
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Our main priority is the health and safety of students, exhibitors and fair visitors. We are again expecting thousands of students/visitors to participate in the fair, which takes place indoors. In the current situation, organizing this type of event is not feasible. 

During the fall of 2020, we are offering a virtual event for organizations and students of Aalto to connect. During the event we will offer video meeting possibilities, CV Clinics, webinars and other fair related program in JobTeaser. All organizations participating in the fair in January are welcome to join the virtual program without an additional charge. For further information regarding Aalto Talent Expo and the virtual activities this fall, please email: [email protected]  

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