5 March 2013

Careers Event

Organised by:

SCI's London Group

UCL, London

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Speakers from a variety of industries, including SMEs, educational and scientific charties through to a global industrial law firm, will talk at this special event designed to assist you with your career choices. Come and find out how the skills you have learnt from your academic career can be translated to the workplace. Following on from the event you will have a chance to network with the speakers over the usual wine and nibbles.
Venue and Contact


Department of Chemistry
University College London
20 Gordon Street
London, WC1H 0AJ 
Please click here for a location map.

The lecture will be preceded by tea/coffee in the Nyholm room and followed by a Mixer in the Nyholm Room.

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Sandra Campbell
Course Leader PGCE Science, Institute of Education, University of London


Laura Houston
Graduate Recruitment Manager,Bird and Bird LLP, an international law firm with deep industry knowledge in the Aviation, Aerospace, Communications, Electronics, Energy & Utilities, Food & Beverage, Financial Services, IT, Life Sciences, Media and Sport sectors.


Chris Peters
Campaigns and Policy Officer,Sense about Science, a charitable trust that equips people to make sense of scientific and medical claims in public discussion.


Dr Fred Parrett
Parrett Technical Developments, originally a consultantcy business which has developed into a variety of technical areas with a growing range of equipment and delivery services.
Think Outside the Box
Students of chemistry are able to solve problems and think things through - skills useful for any job. Fred Parrett, who runs his own succesful SME, will demonstrate by highlighting the direction of his career, and commenting on where the future prospects might be in modern business and industry.