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CareerTime FSW - CareerCollege

The Career Service of the faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences organizes CareerTime regularly in cooperation with study associations, alumni and other partners, concerning your (future) career. This can be in the form of a CareerMarket or CareerCollege.


IMPORTANT: Unfortunately, this event has been rescheduled to a new date next academic year. Sorry for the inconvenience. The new date will be announced as soon as possible. We hope to see you all next year!

CareerCollege 'Ethics in the Workplace'

During a CareerCollege alumni of Leiden University will talk about what it’s like to “work in a specific field’ with also plenty of opportunity for you to ask questions. What does it all involve to work in a specific field? What capabilities and characteristics are necessary? And how did the alumnus get there? After the college it is possible to have an informal drink with the speakers and other participants.

During this college, various aspects of 'ethics in the working environment' will be discussed, such as diversity, inclusivity, sustainability, or corporate social responsibility. 

Register now to speak to these experts:

  • Eva Schouten: Sustainability Strategy & Communications Consultant at The Terrace - Alumnus Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology (and a master's degree in International Development Studies at Utrecht University)
  • Tim Haarlemmer: Learning & Health Innovator (Feelancer) - Bachelor International Business Administration and Master Global Busines & Stakeholder Management, as well as a Master's degree Teaching at Leiden University.
  • Amber Lingmont & Fleur Bastiaens: Inclusion & Diversity Leads of Accenture NL - Amber is an alumnus Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology (and did her master's degree in Culture, Organization and Management at the VU). Fleur is studying Sports, Management and Business with a minor in Public Administration and Organizational Science

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