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Careers events, which are specifically aimed at students with a disability or long-term health condition, can be really useful. In addition to educating you about the company or industry sector, they can also provide you with information that is disability specific, i.e. issues such as disclosure, implementing adjustments, who to talk to, what is in place at that company, etc. They are also a great way to engage in conversations with potential employers and provide the opportunity to ask the questions that are specific to yourself and your situation.


This uniquely interactive event is designed to provide people with disability or long-term health conditions an insight into the true nature of the opportunities for graduates interested in pursuing a career in commercial law. With contributions from some of the world?s leading law firms, it will help you to develop your understanding of the industry and the support that is available. The event will also cover how best to approach the application and selection process, as well as provide the opportunity to meet those already working in the industry who have first hand experience of disability. Attending will help give you the confidence and direction you need to overcome your concerns and make the most of your potential. Now in it?s fourth year, OPEN has established itself as the not-to-be missed event for disabled students serious about working for a top international law firm. OPEN 2013 will take place in Autumn 2013. To find out further information about this event and to register your interest visit the website: www.open-to-you.com
Getting Investment Banking is a informative event designed to provide undergraduates with disabilities and long-term health conditions an insight into the true nature of the opportunities available within investment banking and the support that can be provided. With contributions from some of the world?s leading banks, it will help you to develop your understanding of the industry. As well as providing a great insight into the careers on offer in investment banking it will also look at some of the issues that are of particular interest to those with a disability or long-term health condition. Attending Getting Investment Banking will help give you the confidence and direction you need to overcome your concerns and make the most of your potential. Now in it?s third year, GETTING IN has proved a successful route for disabled students to successfully apply for internships with leading investment banks. GETTING IN 2013 will take place in Autumn 2013. To find out further information about this event and to register your interest visit the website: www.gettinginvestmentbanking.com
?go?: Great Opportunities for bring young minds. ?go? is a unique careers event for talented Year 12 students who want to find out more about the career options open to them. Whether you have made up your mind to go to university or are still considering an apprenticeship or school leaver?s programme, ?go? will help you develop your understanding of the options available to you when you leave school. GO is specifically for students who have a disability or long-term health condition. During the day you will be able to find out about the various industries you could work in and the opportunities each offers. You?ll also be able to raise any concerns about managing your disability in the workplace, hear about the support available to you and learn from others who successfully manage their disability in the workplace. ?go? is held on annually. To find out more about this event and how to register for a place, visit the website: www.go.com