PinkNews Futures
Here's how you can become a Student Ambassador...
05 Mar 2021

 

Hello and welcome to the first PinkNews Futures newsletter of March!

As you’ll know we recently launched registrations for the April edition of PinkNews Futures, 12-15 April online — we’re looking forward to seeing you soon!

If you haven’t already done so, be sure to register your attendance on our website.

If you’ve come along to PinkNews Futures before then you’ll already know the deal. But if you’re new here, you’re in for a treat! We’ll be hosting sessions on everything from careers in media and journalism to consulting, law, finance and STEM along with tips and tricks on making yourself employable and CV workshops.

 

Interested in becoming a Student Ambassador? You’ve come to the right place! 

Whether you’re a sixth form, college, or university student, we want to hear from you. We don’t think that anybody should go without hearing about PinkNews Futures, and this is where you come in.

By becoming a Student Ambassador, you’ll take pride in supporting and uplifting the LGBT+ community — share PinkNews Futures with your network of LGBT+ young people, and we’ll send your profile (and details of the incredible work you’re doing) to our employer partners!

To get involved, email futures(at)pinknews.co.uk.

 

Jobs

Just before we wrap things up, we want to let you know about an exciting new listing on our jobs board…

Manchester International Festival are hiring for a full-time Engagement Manager. This is a brilliant opportunity for somebody who enjoys ensuring that others have a high quality, positive and memorable experience. See more here.

 

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and join our Linkedin group where we share job opportunities and up to date information on the upcoming conference. If you have any questions for us, or would simply like to get in touch, drop us a message at futures(at)pinknews.co.uk.

 

All our best,

The PinkNews Futures team