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Jobfair NÁRODNÉ DNI KARIÉRY welcomes students and graduates together with companies at one place. It offers young people complex assistance on the way to their dream job. The event takes place 6th-7th March in Incheba, Bratislava.

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Jobfair NÁRODNÉ DNI KARIÉRY welcomes students and graduates together with companies at one place. It offers young people complex assistance on the way to their dream job. The event takes place 6th-7th March in Incheba, Bratislava.

NÁRODNÉ DNI KARIÉRY (NATIONAL CAREER DAYS) are the biggest jobfair for students and graduates in Slovakia. It is organised by AIESEC and the expert guarantor of the event is a recruiting company Synergie. Jobfair is organised with support of Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family. It has been 18 years since it took place in Bratislava for the first time and for 3 years it is organised also in Košice. Almost 5000 students and graduates visited the jobfair last year. Aim of the event is to network young people with the corporate sector and it not only allows them to find a job in top companies in Slovakia, visitors are given a possibility to get to know companies better through accompanying programme. Thanks to this, students get more realistic expectations about their next job and get inspired by well-known Slovak businessmen. In addition, participants can test their IT and language skills with professionals, create their personal profile or consult their next steps in Information Centre of Youth. The venue offers a place to rest in chill out zone and space to have fun in fun zone.

There are 2 main topics on the jobfair – job seeking and accompanying programme.
Accompanying programme takes place in six rooms. You can start up yourself and your business with Rozbehni sa, try career coaching and self coaching with Slovak coaching association SAKO, Maxman will give you advice on how to work on your skills. In other rooms you can get inspired by business speakers, visit consulting room of the guarantor Synergie and take part in marketing programme and lectures in the last room. We also offer open space, where you come face to face with companies, there is programme on the stage.

There are 56 companies attending the jobfair. Offered positions are of technical, consulting, administrative, selling and human resources background. How to prepare? Bring your CV, printed or on USB, and do research on companies and their trainings you would like to visit.

Entrance fee is 2 Eur. Visitor gets a welcome package, IT and language testing, printing of CV and entry to accompanying programme.

DATE: 6th-7th March, 9:00-18:00 (respectively 17:00 on Thursday)

For more information visit website http://www.ndk.sk or Facebook fan page NDK - Národné Dni Kariéry. Registration is also to be found there.

Michal Meleg, PR Manager
gsm: +421904369424
mail: michal.meleg@aiesec.sk

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