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Green Career Day 2.0

Updated: Apr 26

Heard the news? On May 6 and 7, the Green Office is hosting its second career day (sign up here)! With everything that’s going on, networking has become increasingly difficult. However, especially in the final years of studying when decisions about future career plans have to be made, it is more important than ever. In order to connect students who have an interest in sustainability and business to like-minded employees working at sustainable businesses or on sustainable policies, we are hosting our second Green Career Day.


Here is a brief overview of just some of the companies who're presenting:

Fashion for Good

A global organisation that aims to reimagine how fashion is designed, made, worn and reused. Their ambition is to make all fashion good by creating a system that is restorative and regenerative by design. (their website)

KarTent

Co-founder Jan Portheine and his team have been able to realise their sustainability ideas and develop a webshop with circular products made from cardboard: plastic-free and 100% recyclable. Their products vary from (waterproof) tents for festivals to bed frames and laptop stands. (their website)

Impact Hub Amsterdam

Rutger de Rijk & Margot Kemps will provide you with 9 hands-on tips for starting a career with impact, which you can implement directly. Also they will share how the Young Impact makers community can support you in the next phase with handing you the right tools, people to connect with and food for thought. (their website)


Deloitte

The climate crisis urges businesses to rethink and reinvent our economy. As a leading global provider of audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax and related services, Deloitte guides organisations and businesses to a more sustainable future. “To make an impact that matters” is the culture and purpose shared by Deloitte and their member firms all over the world. (their website)

The Municipality of Amsterdam:

Wants to be a climate neutral organisation in 2030, and big efforts are made in areas such as energy conservation, the facilitation of CO2-neutral and circular ways of doing business and the development climate adaptive buildings. In addition, by making steps in becoming a more sustainable organisation, the City of Amsterdam aims to realise a clean, healthy, climate resistant, and wealthy Amsterdam. (their website)


Stay tuned on our Linkedin event page to find out which other companies will be joining! Participants will get the chance to hear about the speaker's career journeys and the career opportunities in their companies. Following the talks, students will be able to ask questions they may have about the sustainable business world. As we are all tired of online events, we are hosting several events in a hybrid version with limited spots available at the UvA's hybrid learning theatre (stay tuned)! Th event will be simultaneously live-streamed through zoom as well.


So if you're on the hunt for a summer internship, entry-level job or just want to see what's out there, sign up for the Green Day now!


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