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Arctic Frontiers Career Seminar, Tuesday January 19th

News   •   Dec 29, 2015 14:25 CET

Arctic Frontiers invites students to a valuable arena for networking and learning about career opportunities. The Arctic Career Seminar offers students the opportunity to meet business representatives and partners to the Arctic Frontiers conference, learn more about exciting career opportunities in the High North, and get insider tips on highlights during the Arctic Frontiers conference week.

- By organizing Arctic Career Seminar, we aim to provide students across disciplines a valuable arena for networking with potential employers and not the least, to get a better understanding of the wide scope of career opportunities in the northern part of Norway, says Victoria Braathen coordinator of Arctic Frontiers Young and adviser at UiT’s Center for Career and Corporate Relations.

Arctic Career Seminar – Student kick-off 2016 takes place at UiT campus Tromsø and the venue Bazinga, Tuesday 19 January 17:00 - 19:00 and is open to all students.

- An exciting feature to the Career Seminar is that Arctic Frontiers manager Ole Øvretveit will present his best tips on what not to miss during the eventful and hectic conference week, Braathen notes.

Program details and information on how to register your participation will be announced on the Arctic Frontiers webpage: http://www.arcticfrontiers.com/2016-conference/young

In 2015, Arctic Career Seminar included the participation of more than 80 bachelor- and master students. Businesses present included The Norwegian Seafood Council, Akvaplan-niva, SpareBank 1 Nord-Norge, Rambøll and Port of Tromsø.

Hosts of Arctic Career Seminar are UiT the Arctic University of Norway and Arctic Frontiers.

Arctic Frontiers Young is a joint platform for all activities and programs aimed at young stakeholders organized in conjunction with the annual Arctic Frontiers conference.

Through carefully selected activities, Arctic Frontiers Young brings together an international community of young scientists, students and young professionals to share knowledge and new perspectives on development in the High North.

Photo: UiT The Arctic University of Norway

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