PROFESSIONAL PITCH AND NETWORKING

Consider how to present yourself professionally. This includes a range of things, including how you present yourself, the language you use, how you behave and interact with employers well as other students. Develop a professional introduction and practice so you can introduce yourself professionally: 

 

Brush up on your networking skills to feel confident and prepared for those professional conversations.

  • Check out our article on Making a good impression by networking

  • Think about your personal brand and how you promote and distinguish yourself from others. Consider those things that are unique to you – your skills and experiences, your values, interests and motivations and how you can bring it all together in your professional pitch and conversations

Want to practice your pitch before connecting with employers? Our Student Peer Leaders are available 11.30am – 1pm on the day to run through your pitch with you and provide feedback! Chat to our Peer Leaders by joining thePractice your pitch with the Student Peer Leadersroom in the right-hand menu in the virtual lobby.

 

For any additional careers questions, we encourage you to chat with Careers and Employability staff. Senior Advisers are available on the day from 11.30am – 1pm. Join the room labelledSpeak to the Careers and Employability teamin the right-hand menu in the virtual lobby.