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Northumbria graduates wanted for ReNU Conference panel

Northumbria Graduate Futures are looking for alumni to take part in  the ReNU Conference, an employability conference focused on the Renewable Energy Sector, on Tuesday 10 January 2022, 10:15am -11:30am in the Great Hall, Sutherland Building on City Campus. The conference is aimed at current students studying Renewable Energy at postgraduate level and will provide students with the opportunity to speak to professionals from both the alumni community and employers working within the renewable energy sector. Panellists  are invited to deliver a short presentation including what they studied, when they graduated and an overview of their job, role and company.

Panellists will then be invited to talk about their career pathway to date and provide helpful tips for current students looking to enter the renewable energy sector. The second half of the session will be a Q&A where students can ask questions. The session is ideally suited for graduate panellists from the Masters in Renewable Energy or associated programmes with a mix of PG Research and PG Taught experiences.

If you are interested in taking part contact Lee Allen by Friday 9 December 2022.

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