Applying for jobs is a gripping and often stressful process for many. How do you prepare the best and what do you put in the cover letter? Of course you want to leave a good impression, because you never get a second chance to make a first impression. In This article, you will read the most important application tips to make your application process run smoothly.
This blog was written by Yannick Bos of Young Capital – vacancies for students, starters and young professionals.
You are in the last year of your study and the total focus is on your thesis. More than logical as well, because this is about the most difficult and time consuming thing you have done throughout your study period. However, it is very useful to see what you are going to do after your studies. There are often two types of people to be distinguished in this process. The one would like to study because he or she is not yet in a full-time job or would like to gather more knowledge. The other is extremely happy that all these years are studying and finally getting to work. Or if you don't want to think of both at the moment, you can escape. You can find what possible options after your study in this article.
This blog was written by Yannick Bos of Young Capital-vacancies for students, starters and young professionals.
Climate Lab is a small series on YouTube created by the University of California in collaboration with Vox. In This series, scientists and UCLA guest researcher Dr. M. Sanjayan are investigating the surprising ways In which we can change our thinking and action on climate change.
Want more information? Please visit this site for more: Https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/climate-lab
On February 8, 2018 at 19:00 hours, Michel Saakes of Wetsus academy will give a lecture on Blue Energy. Blue Energy is a research that focuses on the development of a sustainable way of generating electricity, by means of the difference in the salinity in freshwater and salt water. This method combines electrical chemistry, polymer chemistry, process techniques and water pretreatment techniques, so that renewable electrical energy can be produced.
On January 15, 2018 at 16:00 hours old-environmental science student and Greenpeace for lighter Tycho Dorcas will give a lecture. Tycho will explain the lesser-known parts, such as tipping Points and the role of banks in relation to climate change.
More information: http://hallieu.nl/update-lezing-greenpeace/
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