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Networking 101

24 July 2024
  • Start: 5:00pm
  • End: 6:30pm
  • Duration: 1 Hours 30 Min
  • Category: Regional Events
  • Region: Otago
  • University of Otago Business School
  • Union Street East
  • Dunedin North
  • Dunedin 9016
Calling all students!

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This is a Student only event!
HRNZ will be running a student networking event in conjunction with the University of Otago Careers Department. Mel Searle, accompanied by Rosa Findlay and Poppy Fogarty, will conduct a short presentation on the ins and outs of networking. The presentation will cover the importance of developing networks, how to present oneself in these contexts, and tips for boosting confidence in networking situations. Students will then have the opportunity to practice their new techniques, such as delivering an elevator pitch, with HRNZ professionals. The goal of this event is to engage students and help them gain more confidence in presenting themselves in a professional setting.
 

Pricing
FREE for all Students to attend
To Register
You must have an Account (member or non-member) and be logged in to register for events.  Please note: if you are NOT attending the event, you can no longer register on behalf of others.
For all queries relating to this event email [email protected]  
Cancellations
To cancel please email HRNZ [email protected]  three working days before the day of the event if possible.  
Appropriate substitutes are welcome – please email [email protected]  with their details

Presenter Details

Mel Searle

Mel Searle works in the Otago University Careers Department. She has been working to guide students in the next step of the life by bridging the gap between university and work. She has a deep understanding of the challenges students face when applying, interviewing and selecting their first job. She utilised her knowledge within this space to offer support through CV building, interview preparation, transferable skills, networking techniques and more.

To access member rates, please log into your membership account, or join HRNZ as a member before registering.

If you wish to register for this event as a non-member, please log in to your non-member account, or create one here. Having a non-member account enables seamless event registration and personalised content delivery.