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Find a Job in Finland- event for accompanying spouses, 15 February 2017

Are you a highly skilled international looking for new career opportunities or help in setting up your own business?

Are you interested in learning about the recognition of foreign degrees and qualifications that will improve your job readiness and ease settlement and integration in Finland? Would you like to get involved in volunteering?

Welcome to Find a job in Finland event!

What: Find a Job in Finland - event for accompanying spouses of international staff and faculty members

When: Wednesday 15 February 2017, 8:30am – 12:00.

Where: Ensi Linja 1, Helsinki ("juhlasali", 2. floor) (premises of the NewCo)

Registration: Pre-registration is required. You can register at:

https://www.webropolsurveys.com/S/7BE747F84746CBA9.par

Kindly note that there is only limited no. of places available. Registration ends automatically when all the places are reserved.

 

Picture:Helsingin kaupungin aineistopankki/Riku Isohella

We provide a platform for you to learn about the services available to you and to meet experts from higher education institutions, the local Office of Employment and Economic Development (TE-office), NewCo Enterprise Helsinki and different volunteer organizations. Our education and employment experts and startup advisors will provide you with essential information on your options and tools for building a career in Finland and answer your most pressing questions.

Join us at Find a Job in Finland event on Wednesday 15th of February 2017, from 8:30 am to 12 pm, at NewCo Enterprise Helsinki (Ensi linja 1, 2nd floor, juhlasali).

The event is arranged in cooperation between At Work in Finland project, Uusimaa Office of Employment and Economic Development, NewCo Enterprise Helsinki, University of Helsinki, Aalto University and the European Chemical Agency (Spouses Association). At Work in Finland project is funded by the European Social Fund and the Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council.

 

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