Join the “Towards a Summer Job!” virtual event on Thursday, January 20th!

Are you looking for a summer job or a traineeship? Or wondering how to fix your job application or how to verbalize your skills? Are you looking for job opportunities in STEM and life sciences in English-speaking companies or interested in Finnish work culture as an immigrant?

The Towards a summer job! -event on Thursday, January 20th at 09.00 – 16.30 is a virtual career fair that gives you the opportunity to meet companies that are offering summer jobs and to participate in workshops to support your job search! The event is hosted by the Career Services of the University of Helsinki, and will be partially in Finnish / English.

The virtual career fair will be attended by Orion, OP Group, VTT, Finnish Immigration Service andHKScan – all interested in hiring University of Helsinki students for summer jobs and traineeships! Out of these employers, Orion, VTT and OP Group (few IT positions) will also be offering opportunities for non-Finnish speakers.

Some of the employers are organising info sessions about their summer job placements and some are available for meetups during the employer fair at 12–15. Orion will present its company presentation in Finnish, but questions can be asked in English. You can get to know the employers beforehand on JobTeaser.

Meet employers who are offering job opportunities for non-Finnish speakers

Register for the workshops and info sessions supporting job search:

The event also includes multiple workshops and info sessions to support your job and traineeship search.

Click the links for more information and registration.

You can participate in one or more!

All the sessions are organised virtually, which allows you to participate from anywhere you want. See the whole programme on the JobTeaser and register for the events.

For more information (also in Finnish), please visit:

Towards a Summer Job! -event on JobTeaser.

The event is organiserd by Career Services and for more information, please


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