Join at the gradireland Graduate Careers Fair will be attending the careers fair to offer information and advice on taking the next step

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gradIreland’s Graduate Careers Fair will be held this Wednesday 2 October in the RDS Simmonscourt from 11am to 5pm and it’s gearing up to be the biggest careers fair in the country this year. will have a stand on the day in partnership with gradireland, where we’ll be running a quiz for graduates as well as hosting a panel discussion on the importance of workplace wellbeing, in collaboration with a Great Place to Work, Tesco, and Workday.

Graduate Careers Fair – Who’ll be there?

Employers, course providers and career advisers from all different backgrounds will have their own stands, so there will be something there for everyone.

Come by our stand on the day and you can also take a look at our career checklist, and you’ll be able to sign up to an email service that will send career-related information your way.

100minds, Accenture, AIB, Fullbright USA, Peter McVerry Trust, Twitter, UCD and USIT are just some of the names that will have their own representatives at the fair who you’ll be able to talk to and find out more from.

Want to know more about gradIreland?

As well as organising amazing career events, gradIreland also offer year-round help to graduates through their website.

The gradireland #FYI page is there for people in their early stages of career planning with a series of videos and graphics that will help you know what it’s like to build a career in certain sectors, what it’s like to work in these fields, and where that career can take you.

gradIreland has information on all sorts of sectors, including accountancy, consulting, digital media, food, human resources, international careers, law, not-for-profit, public sector, science and social care.

As well as the #FYI page, the gradireland website also lists job opportunities and has a number of blogs and podcasts that can help you with important early career decisions.

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