Calling first year students!
EmployAbility are offering a fantastic ‘Summer Insight Programme’ with one of the world’s leading investment banks.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is offering disabled/dyslexic first year students with the opportunity to spend a week in their London office.
Students will get a chance to do the following: gain exposure to their key lines of business, experience the thrill of the trading floor, increase their knowledge of the financial markets and spend time talking to senior leaders in the business.
Please click on the link below for more information and to apply for this exciting opportunity:
Deadline for all applications is March 2nd 2014.
SAP would like to invite all third level students to join us for an exciting competition at our award winning AppHaus in Citywest. The Dublin AppHaus is home to SAP’s Dublin Development team and this is your chance to be mentored by our experts at our inaugural Student InnoJam.
An SAP InnoJam is a hands-on experience, on SAP’s coolest and newest innovative technologies with on-site SAPdomain experts: learn about SAP technologies, collaborate and compete against other students to
“Build an exciting transport related app for Dublin that provides beautiful visualisations of insightful analytics on big data. “
Join us for an amazing fun filled night where you’ll engage and explore technology, ideas and all aspects of design and development. A mix of perspectives, ideas and thoughts come together in an exciting way with a common goal to create!
A practical guide for job-hunting graduates.
AIB and gradireland have come together to produce a practical guide for job-hunting graduates entitled ‘How to get hired’. The guide is designed to offer support and advice to job-seeking gradautes with information to help you on the road to your chosen career.
‘How to get hired‘ offers expert advice from gradireland and research into the graduate market. It also includes:
- Prospects for graduates in the current environment
- What skills employers are looking for
- Using Social Media in your job hunt
- CV, cover letter and interview skills
- Money management and budgeting tips and advice.
Download your copy now.
Do you have strong leadership skills and possess a passion for computer science? Google are still inviting applications to the ‘Google Scholarship for Students with Disabilities‘ initiative. This scholarship is worth €7,000. The deadline for all applications is Monday 17th February 2014.
Access to knowledge is Google’s passion. When it comes to higher education for promising scholars, Google doesn’t want anything to stand in the way. That’s why Google, in partnership with EmployAbility, is proud to present the Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities. Google is committed to helping the innovators of the future make the most of their talents by providing scholarships for Computer Science students with disabilities.
Recipients of the Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities will each receive a €7,000 scholarship for the 2014-2015 academic year. Scholarships will be awarded based on the strength of the applicant’s academic background, leadership skills and demonstrated passion for Computer Science.
Want to challenge yourself? Want to know if you are the brightest in your class? The brightest in your college? The brightest student in Ireland? Well now is your chance. Not only will you be in with the opportunity of winning up to €1,000, you could also be crowned Ireland’s brightest student, not a bad addition to your CV!
The gradireland National Student Challenge gives you the chance to see how you compare to students from across Ireland’s top Universities. It’s free to enter, is online and will only take 40 minutes of your time.
Ciara Browne from UCD came 3rd in last year’s Challenge. Let’s see if UCD can do even better this year! Take the challenge now.
The online element of the Challenge runs until February 2014. At that point the Top 60 students on the leaderboard will be invited to take part in the Final Day Event. There they will be put through six physical and mental Challenges set by employer partners which will determine the winner of the Challenge.