After the hugely successful event of last year with over 6,600 participants, the 30 Day Challenge returns! This year we are expecting the event to be bigger than ever – with an increase in candidates and companies joining the event.
Starting from the 1st of October, we will be providing daily tips and exclusive insights from industry experts on the job search to ultimately make candidates more knowledgeable about the ins and outs of the job search process. Not only do we hope to make candidates more employable – we want to encourage them to gain international experience while working abroad.
For participating companies, the event is a great chance to receive a huge level of visibility for your offers by appearing in our publications throughout the campaign. It is also an opportunity to appear as a key resource in helping candidates find a job by sharing insights and tips about your industry.
In order to encourage even more candidates to join the event, we have teamed up again with ESL, our official partner. They are offering participants the chance to win a free language trip abroad!
We have decided to split the event into 4 main sections:
1) Getting started in the job search (Week 1)
- Things to have in mind before you start looking for a job.
2) CVs (Week 2)
- Useful tips on how to create the perfect CV
3) My Job Prospects (Week 3)
- Useful information on your opportunities – which countries, sectors are best, inside tips from recruiters and much more.
4) Interview (Week 4)
- Everything you need to know for a successful interview
For each day we will publish useful content in the form of blogs, videos, infographics etc. on our website and social media channels for the participants of the event.
At the end of the challenge we will announce the winner of the language learning trip and supply participants with full guide detailing all of the content shared during the event.
Candidates are able to register for the event through this link.
Aug 23, 2018 by Dan
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