We believe that every student at the F-guild can find the perfect job! In order to help students achieve their goals we make sure our students have the chance to have encounters with the industry to get a better idea of the options they have.
Our events can manifest in many different ways. The most common is the lunch lecture where a company can hold a lecture on what their field and vision for the future, all during one lunch. Students receive a new insight and free lunch. Another example is case solving where a company presents a problem and students cooperate to solve it.
The members of our commitee do most of the work with contacting companies, planning events and marketing. The contact is usually over phone or e-mail, but personal meetings at company offices also occur. This is an excellent way to get to know people in the industry.
The commitee also has a head of corporate relations and a deputy head, they organise the work within the commitee and take care of cooperations with other commitees. In the committee there are two specialized branches, FARAD and alumni.
The project group FARAD is run by a project manager and a project group. The group usually consists of members responsible for logistics, lunch and pub, industry relations, event and marketing. Together they plan and execute the F-guild's job market fair in January.
The alumni activities at our guild is run by the head of alumni relations. These activites can consist of lunch lectures and alumni evenings where students get a chance to listen to the journey made by former guild members.
As a member of the FARAD team you are a part of the planning and the execution of the F-guild's job fair. There are plenty of differing tasks from industry contacts to logistics and party planning. The fair is in February but team starts working in May.
The Head of the Mentor program is assigned to gather mentors (former students of the guild) and adepts (current students of the guild) in order to pair them up in the beginning of the fall term. The Head of the Mentor program then follows up by organizing fun events where eveyone can meet.
As the Deputy Head of Corporate Relations you work together with the Head of Corporate Relations, but the main focus of your work is towards the members of the Corporate Relations committee. This includes supporting the members and making sure they have the knowledge they need.
As a member of the Corporate Relations Committee you get to run projects that allow students and industry representatives to meet. This is usually lunch lectures or case solving, but it can also be anything you like. Engineers from the F-guild are very attractive to the industry and the purpose of a member of the Corporate Relations Committee is to be a link and to show our students the possibilities ahead.
As Head of Corporate Relations your responsibility is to be a support and to have good communications with the entire committe. This includes the members, the Head of Alumni Relations, the FARAD team and the Deputy Head of Corporate Relations. The Head of Corporate Relations also sits in the council of executives. With help from the commitee the Head of Corporate Relations arranges events and shares available job openings with the guild. As Head of Corporate Relations you learn a lot about leadership, planning and the industry.
The Head of Alumni Realations maintains and nurtures the guild's contact with former students. The head of Alumni Relations also sits in the Alumni collage at the Student Union and works with the other guilds.
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As the project manager of FARAD you are responsible for the F-guild's job fair. With your team you plan, contact interesting companies and work on marketing. You are the group leader and responsible for the budget.