ISE Scotland & the North regional meeting
ISE Scotland & the North brings together employers, universities and suppliers across a variety of sectors to support the promotion of early career opportunities in the region. Quarterly meetings are organised by the steering group and all members based in Scotland and the North are very welcome to attend and contribute to the discussions.
11:30 - Welcome to the ISE Scotland and the North group
11:40 - Introductions
11:50 - Steering group membership
- Introductions to new Steering Group members – Helen Liddle and Richard Pool (new members of the group)
- Update that we have lost 2 members of the Steering Group - Jeff Lovejoy who was Vice Chair and has moved to Berlin and Gary Anderson who has stepped down because of a change in role. We are looking for expressions of interest to join the group.
12:00 - 10 things you should know about the graduate labour market
Charlie Ball, Head of Higher Education Intelligence, Graduate Prospects
12:45 - Student Q&A panel
13:15 - Lunch and networking
13:30 - Close and notice of next Members’ meeting at Lancaster University and other ISE updates
The meeting is kindly hosted by University of Strathclyde.
'ISE's Scotland & the North Regional meetings are a friendly, informative and creative space to learn from fellow employers, suppliers and educational institutions. I've instantly connected with fellow ISE's members during these sessions, and find the various speakers really insightful. I genuinely come away feeling inspired to introduce and achieve new and innovative practises in my organisation.' - University of Edinburgh
'I found the event informative and insightful. I took away ideas which could help me and my team to better engage with both students and employers. This was the first time I have attended this event and will defiantly try to attend in the future.' - York St John University
'An extremely engaging and thought provoking session with fellow early careers professionals. Would highly recommend to anyone who is working in this space.' - Anonymous