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Cambridge Startup Opportunities - Social Ventures

When Feb 24, 2016
from 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Where Postdoc Centre, Eastwood room - 16 Mill Lane Cambridge CB2 1SB GB
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Are you a postdoc looking to get some experience outside research?  Have you ever considered social enterprise?

On Wednesday February 24th, EPOC is collaborating with Social Incubator East and Cambridge Connect to showcase a range of social enterprise opportunities for postdocs.

Some of Cambridge's most exciting startups will provide short pitches outlining what they do and the kind of expertise they're looking for.  At the same time, individuals from Cambridge Connect will highlight their skills as they seek that next big career move.

This is a great chance for postdocs to see some of the most interesting opportunities in the Cambridge area and gain insight into the Cambridge network.  A range of roles will be advertised - from volunteering positions to contract work and full-time jobs.

Refreshments provided.

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