2022-05-23 09:30:00

GiLE4Youth ’22 online conference

The GiLE4Youth ’22 online conference - Development of competencies for employability will be held on 2 June 2022. 

Research increasingly indicates a gap in understanding between employers and students about to enter the job market.

Students are often focused on their studies and may also assume that having relevant work experience is near the top of employers’ wish lists. But what do employers really want?

The GiLE4Youth ’22 online conference organised by the GiLE Foundation – brought to you under the patronage of the Hungarian National Commission for UNESCO – aims to better inform both Hungarian and international students.

Participants will have the chance to listen to top quality international keynote speakers, round table panellists and presenters – all talking about what it means to be employable in 2022.

And as a bonus, they may attend up to two free training sessions with leading European coaches.  

To find out more about our plans for the day, visit https://www.gile-edu.org/gile4youth-conference-22/

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