Keele student judges major awards in London
Keele University’s Enactus President, Catt Chrimes, was delighted to be invited to be one of the judges for a major national graduate recruitment award in London.
Enactus is a student-led team which gains entrepreneurial skills by developing sustainable projects and creating economic opportunities for others. It's the world's largest, university-based, non-profit organisation, spanning 39 countries, 1,600 universities and 62,000 students and aims to nurture the next generation of entrepreneurs and business leaders in a way that is both effective in developing their future careers and meaningful to the community.
In total , 40 Enactus students from around the country were selected to judge the Target Jobs Awards, hosted by the Guardian. Judging categories included; The Best Student Marketing Campaign, The Best Graduate Recruitment Website, The Innovation on Campus Award and The Rising Star Award, for the outstanding graduate employee of the year.
The judging process was moderated by several industry leaders including graduate recruiters from Aviva, Abercrombie & Fitch, Arcadia, Siemens, EDF Energy, CPA Australia, HSBC, Bernard Hodes Group, Rolls-Royce, Bloomberg Institute, National Grid, The Guardian, Deloitte, Logica, Havas and AMs.
The prestigious Awards Ceremony will be held at Grosvenor House in Mayfair, London on 3 April 2013, where the winners will be announced. For more details about the Target Jobs Awards 2013, please visit www.targetjobsawards.co.uk
If you’re interested in finding out more information or becoming a member (students only) of the Enactus team at Keele University, or if you have a community project that you would like the team to be involved in and help run, please contact Catt Chrimes at firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos by Target Jobs: http://gtimedia.jalbum.net/tjsp2013
Photos 033 and 261: Catt Chrimes, Enactus President: Keele University
For further information, please email email@example.com Student Enterprise Co-ordinator, Keele University.