CEW Networks: Reading, pooling and eating

Wednesday 27 March is the opportunity to network with employees of the CEW (Centre of Expertise Water technology). This is a great opportunity to arrange a placement spot or learn more about water technology.

Hallieu has planned in collaboration with the CEW this afternoon/evening, the program looks like this:
At 16:00 the CEW starts by giving a lecture (in the CEW Building, a 5-minute walk from the van Hall Larenstein). This lecture is given by a.o. Maarten Tallat. Here we are told, what the CEW is and does and the internship opportunities for students.
After that we will have a nice dinner with staff and interns of the CEW, followed by a quiz about water technology. After that we will all play pool.

This event is for all studies of Van Hall Larenstein, and is completely free. (The drinks in the pool table are at your own expense)

You can register by sending an e-mail to the following e-mail address:

Activieitencommissie. Hallieu @ HVHL. n

Please note that there is a limited number of places available!

Winter Gala 2019

The winter gala will be displayed on February 7. It starts at 20:30 in the rhino. The tickets cost 10 euro for members and 12.50 for non members. The following dates are available at the booth in the canteen around lunch:

  • Wednesday 30 January
  • Thursday 31 January
  • ¬†Friday 1 February
  • Monday February 4
  • Tuesday 5 February
  • Wednesday 6 February
  • Thursday 7 February

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Careers Day Leeuwarden 2019

Wednesday 16 January 2019 the SLB-Careers Day is organised at the Hogeschool Van Hall Larenstein (HVHL) in Leeuwarden. A unique opportunity for companies, organizations, jobseekers and students to network. Networking is important to create new opportunities in work and study.

As a company you can present yourself as a future employer to the students. The career market is being designed for this. In addition, various student workshops are offered. A great opportunity to expand the network and get acquainted with potential interns and/or employees.

Students are looking for the real stories from the Work field. They need a concrete picture of their later work environment. Tell the real story and tie the student to your business. We expect about 500 students on the careers day.