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MyPlus Students’ Club provides students with disabilities and / or long term health conditions with the advice and support they need to navigate the recruitment process and achieve their career potential.
“All events are open to undergraduate students with a disability or long-term condition, including but not limited to; visual and hearing impairments, mobility impairments, Asperger’s Syndrome, diabetes, epilepsy, dyslexia, dyspraxia, mental health conditions, speech impairments and major illnesses such as cancer and MS.” – MyPlus Students Club
Here are 6 fantastic careers webinar events being organised by MyPlus Students Club for disabled students this Autumn 2020. Future events can be accessed here.
All webinar events are free to attend. Please click on the images for more information (opens in a new tab), or click the weblink below the image.
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This webinar is for students with a disability or health condition who are interested in finding out about careers with GSK, and what it is like to work for GSK when you have a disability or health condition.
The session will highlight why GSK is an employer of choice for students with disabilities and will outline the support they offer to their employees as well as top tips for making a great application.
If you are an ambitious undergraduate with a disability or long term health condition who wants to pursue exciting career opportunities in banking, Investing in Talent is not to be missed.
Meet global employers such as HSBC, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Barclays, UBS and J.P. Morgan and gain a real insight into investment banking. You will have the opportunity to join interactive skills sessions led by recruiters on applications and interviews; gain specialist advice about disclosure and requesting adjustments and have the opportunity to hear from bank representatives about how they manage their disability in the workplace.
Apply by 15/10/2020.
One of the most difficult decisions is whether to inform a potential employer about your disability.
During this free webinar Helen Cooke, leading expert in disability and student recruitment and CEO and Founder of MyPlus Students’ Club, who will help you to understand the benefits of being open, the consequences of not, and provide some hints and tips on how to write your ‘openness statement’.
Hear from representatives from EY’s employee disability network & members of the student recruitment team to find out about their career opportunties and how you can access the support you may need during the recruitment process.
In partnership with MyPlus, EY is hosting a webinar for students with disabilities on Thursday 29th October at 2pm.
This webinar is for students with a disability or health condition who are interested in finding out about careers with EY, and what it is like to work for EY when you have a disability or health condition.
If you don’t request the support you need, you may well be rejected for roles that you are more than capable of doing.
During this webinar we willl shed light on the support that employers can make &
advise you on the best way to request what you require.
Join us for Explore the Law for your chance to meet global law firms, find out about their opportunities and how they will support you during the recruitment process.
Applications open: 5th October 2020