Job hunting? Make Ireland’s official summer careers fair your go-to event this June!

On Wednesday 8th June, gradireland will host our annual Summer Fair in the RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin. With some of Ireland’s leading graduate employers exhibiting, if you are job hunting at the moment, this is a must attend event.

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This year’s Summer Fair will feature a whole range of interesting and insightful seminars to help you with your job search. Topics for these seminars include networking, unlocking the hidden jobs market, how to dress for an interview and personal statements. The fair will also feature a CV clinic where students and graduates can get their CVs reviewed by career professionals at no cost.

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Leading graduate employers exhibiting at the summer fair include Abbott Ireland, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Ericsson, Ion Trading, Johnson & Johnson and PwC, to name just a few. All of the employers exhibiting at the fair will be actively recruiting students and graduates for their graduate programmes, summer internships and immediate graduate opportunities.

If you are interested in discovering further study options, there will also be a whole range of postgraduate providers in attendance on the day of the fair. Whether you would like to specialise within your current field of study or branch into a new field, there will be a host of information available on the day of the event.

The gradireland Summer Fair is taking place on Wednesday 8th June from 11 – 5pm in the RDS Simmonscourt Dublin. Entry to this event is completely free by registering your details here. For more details about the Summer Fair visit summergradfair.ie



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