ISE Special Interest Groups
Our Special Interest Groups reflect the main interests of our members. They are open to all members and provide a forum where members can learn about and discuss topics of common interest. Attend the meetings and/or join in the conversation in the relevant online group.
Got a great idea for content? Complete the form at the end of this page and we will get back to you.
- Apprentice & School Leaver
- Marketing & Attraction
- Selection & Assessment
- Diversity & Inclusion
The meetings are a great opportunity to network and hear insights from a range of experts in student recruitment and development. The meetings typically take place in Spring and Autumn each year. The meetings are free but prior registration is essential.
*If you don't have your personal ISE account as part of your company's membership, take the opportunity today and set it up (free of charge). It will allow you to take the full advantage of the ISE membership: register quicker for the events, view data dashboard, download The Student Employer magazine, check latest surveys and connect with your peers in the community section of the website. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The key to a great event is relevant content that is going to help build your skills and knowledge. So within the focus of our forthcoming meetings, what would you like to hear about? Let us know.
Why not start the conversation now within the special interest online group?
Apprentice & School Leaver
Assessment & Selection
Attraction & Marketing
Call for content
We are always looking for inspiring sessions so if you are interested in speaking at one of our forums please submit your idea below and provide as much detail as possible to help us review it.
Sessions should be inspiring, potentially evidence-based and provide valuable take-aways. They should not be regarded as ‘sales pitches’. Each session is approximately 30-40 minutes (including Q&A). For more information see a list of our past events.
At least one of the presenters of the session must be from an ISE member organisation.