2021 has even more uncertainty and unknowns for students than previous years. How to get work experience, how to get a job when you graduate in this pandemic, how to launch your career – all these questions will be discussed 25 January 2021.

Join us to access insider tips and hear insights available nowhere else. For a limited time only, you can access advice that really works to get you unstuck and moving closer to your dreams.

 

 

 

Our New Year Annual Lecture is 25th Jan 2021. 

Watch this space for highlights or take a look at all of our videos.

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Our Speakers

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Q&A Session Bookings

Registration for the event is free and gives you access to watch all the panel discussion sessions.

Chance to have your own case assessed. Only attendees of our online conference will have the chance for an EBB assessor to review your case to see if you are eligible for the same legal help and advocacy the student who can’t get an employer offer letter in time is getting.

Access advocacy to get unstuck and move closer towards your dreams

However, a payment of £1 is required to to view legal letter of advice to student who has to submit an offer letter to their university by 31 January 2021. But can’t get a job offer because there are no jobs as a result of Covid19.

If you also need to submit an offer letter to your university but time is running out. Or, you were in a similar position in the last 2 years.Then this option is a simple and easy investment in your future that is great for you.

Booki ngs for Q&A sessions are not yet live

 
Q&A Session 1

Opening Conversation

£5.00
Q&A Session 2

Inspired Accountability 

£2.00
Q&A Session 3

Trafficking & Modern Slavery 

£2.00
Q&A Session 4

Public Health

£2.00
Q&A Session 5

Legal Protection

£2.00
Q&A Session 6

Future Proofing

£2.00
Q&A Session 7

Education Empowerment 

£2.00
Q&A Session 8

Close

£2.00

Event Schedule

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