Our Recruitment Fairs are designed to help you attract and recruit the brightest and most talented Goldsmiths students for your team
We currently run four Recuitment Fairs during the academic year.
You can view details and find out how to book for all of our fairs below. Additionally they are a number of alternative events that we run that will help you to meet your graduate recruitment targets.
For further information about these events such as skills sessions, recruiter-in-residence and competitions, contact us on 020 7919 7257 or email employer-events (@gold.ac.uk).
You can also keep up to date with our fairs by following us on Twitter @TalentGold.
Part-time Jobs Fair - 10th October 2017
This year our Part-Time Jobs Fair will take place on Tuesday 10th of October in our Great Hall and is our busiest fair, with over 1100 students usually attending in just three hours.
This is your best opportunity to advertise part-time, temporary, freelance and casual work to our high quality and motivated students. At previous fairs, the attending employers hoped to hire 620 of our students.
Stands at the Part-time Jobs Fair go quickly, so be sure to register your interest well in advance.
Contact Fergus and Mark via employer-events (@gold.ac.uk) with "Part-time Jobs Fair" in the subject line.
Since this is also one of our best-attended fairs in terms of exhibitors, we have some generous sponsorship opportunities available to help you stand out to our students from the crowd. To discuss this email us at employer-events (@gold.ac.uk).
We look forward to hearing from you.
Volunteering Fair - Tuesday 17th October 2017
Our annual Volunteering Fair is the best way to raise the profile of your charity or voluntary organisation, and the opportunities you have for our students to engage with you and your work.
Our 2016 Volunteering Fair saw 30 organisations meet with over 500 students looking to make a difference alongside their studies.
Free for registered charities, it is the largest volunteering-focused event in the Goldsmiths calendar. Our students have a long history of, and reputation for, engaging with the community around them. If you think that they could make a difference working with your organisation and benefit from the experience this could be the event for you.
Due to its popularity, stands at the Volunteering Fair go quickly!
Register your interest by emailing Sarah, including "Volunteering Fair" in the subject line.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Autumn Recruitment Fair - Tuesday 31st October 2017
The Autumn Recruitment Fair is the most effective way to advertise and find the best candidates for your graduate jobs, schemes and internship opportunities.
Taking place at the heart of Goldsmiths in our Great Hall, you can expect to meet hundreds of motivated students looking to launch their careers.
Although the Fair is targeted at finalists, you can expect to meet many of our most engaged first and second-year students who will be on the hunt for the best internships and work experience opportunities.
Standard Stand: £360 + VAT (3m x 2m space with table, two chairs, one small display board)
Deluxe Stand: £500 + VAT (4m x 2m space with tables, four chairs, one large display board)
Spaces are limited so please book early to secure your place.
As it’s a popular event, we are offering an extensive sponsorship package for the Autumn Recruitment Fair to help your company stand out from the crowd and reach the best candidates.
Only two packages are available so please book early to avoid disappointment.
For £1000 + VAT you will receive:
• A complimentary Employer Presentation.
• Your logo displayed on all printed promotional materials.
• A full-page advert in the fair programme.
• Your materials displayed in our Career Service Information Zone.
• A deluxe stand at the fair.'
Please speak to Fergus or Mark at email@example.com or call 020 7919 7257 for details.
To register to attend the Spring Recruitment Fair, please register or login to CareerSPACE and complete the booking form.
Teaching Fair - 9th February 2018
Running for the first time in 2016, our Teaching Fair saw over three hundred PGCE students engage with more than twenty organisations ranging from schools, local authorities, academy trusts and agencies recruiting for NQT roles.
As our main teacher recruitment event on campus, this is the best way to find and speak to great candidates for your NQT roles.
Our Teaching Fair is always very heavily over-subscribed so please register your interest early if you wish to be considered an an exhibitor.
Email Fergus or Mark at employer-events (@gold.ac.uk) with "Teaching Fair" in the subject line.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.