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The Summer Job Day! event brought companies to School of Business

Lots of summer jobs, interships and trainee programs were available and presented.

School of Business´ Career Services organised the Summer Job Day event on 20 January, where students and company representatives could meet each other at Töölö campus.

 

Summer Job Day is here! Come and meet the employers and find a job! @Postigroup @storaenso @SEBGroup @EloTyoelake @digimontoma #lindström

— Aalto BIZ (@AaltoBIZ) January 20, 2015

Great summer jobs and internships for summer of 2015 available. The event lasts until 1 p.m. Welcome now! pic.twitter.com/LuNhV8cSii

— Aalto BIZ (@AaltoBIZ) January 20, 2015

There are thousands of seasonal workers @Postigroup and a trainee programme! Interested? Summer Job Day hooks you up! pic.twitter.com/TunZiUczqu

— Aalto BIZ (@AaltoBIZ) January 20, 2015

A 1000 job opportunities @storaenso and a trainee programme leading to a permanent job. More info today @AaltoBIZ. pic.twitter.com/C1c101rc5T

— Aalto BIZ (@AaltoBIZ) January 20, 2015

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