With your brand new UT diploma in your hand the world is at your feet. It’s time for your first job to start your career! Or perhaps you’ve already been employed for a couple of years and are looking for a new challenge. To help you succeed in your job hunt you could use some tips & tricks and a larger network. We get that since we as board of the UT Young Alumni Network are also always looking for new opportunities for personal and professional growth.
This is why we founded the UT Young Alumni Network for alumni under the age of 35. A platform for and by alumni, supporting, empowering and inspiring professional development and help with (the first) challenging steps of the corporate world. We organize lectures, workshops, networking events and other activities. All these activities are focused around networking, your career, personal growth and of course enjoyment.
Our very first event will take place on Thursday the 29th of June at the headquarters of Booking.com in Amsterdam. This is one of the best known UT start-ups! The doors will open at 19:00. The UT alumni working at Booking.com will talk about tips & tricks you might need to get hired at a multinational, how do you get your resume to stand out, personal experiences and much more.
The programme on June 29th is detailed below along with the location information:
19.00 hr – Reception
19.30 hr – Welcome by the UT Young Alumni Network Board
19.45 hr – From BIT to Booking by Anno Perk (UT BIT’09), Risk Manager – Booking.com
20.05 hr – How to successfully recruit by Christina Lake (UT BA’13/EPA’11), Technology Recruiter – Booking.com
20.15 hr – Q&A with Anno, Christina, and Elias Waziri (UT PSY’14), Recruiter – Booking.com
21.00 hr – Time for a UT-YAN Borrel!
1017 CE, Amsterdam
If you wish to attend this event please use this form to register. We are looking forward to meeting you at one of out events.
Anke Renkens (IDE '12)
Bob Schutte (BA '11)
Daian Saman (EST '13)
Ivo ten Brinck (IDE '16)
Jeroen Kleijweg (PSY '06)
Manal Chakor (PA '13)
Merel Quekel (CS '16)
Pedro Bernardo Meyer (BA '11)
Ugur Bagci (ME '12)