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April

Professional Networking in Sweden by Amanda Herzog

4 April - 4 April

12:15 - 13:00

Zoom

<p>For internationals who want to &ldquo;crack the Swedish code&rdquo;</p><p>Networking and referrals are incredibly important in Sweden.&nbsp;</p><p>If you&rsquo;re an international professional and don&rsquo;t know how to blend in with the Swedes, it can feel like you&rsquo;re hitting dead ends and getting nowhere fast.&nbsp;</p><p>Or, if you&rsquo;re Swedish but would like to improve your networking skills and see real results, then this workshop may be for you too!</p><p>Amanda Herzog is an American living in Sweden since 2017 and will be hosting the workshop. She moved there to attend J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping University as an exchange student and now works as an international marketing professional and personal branding consultant.</p><p>Her experiences of navigating the Swedish job market motivated her to &ldquo;crack the Swedish code&rdquo; and find the secret to career success.</p><p>Students who have taken her online course on networking in Sweden have reported amazing results:</p><ul><li><p>Going from no responses on LinkedIn when sending messages to 3 out of 3 responding and agreeing to meet up when using her template (one of them was a Swedish recruiter)</p></li><li><p>Living in a remote location of Sweden in a town of less than 10,000 people to suddenly having 20 new connections in one week&nbsp;</p></li><li><p>Going from no interviews after months of applying to getting an offer for the exact job they wanted - all with no job application and only referral via networking</p></li></ul><p>If you&rsquo;re wondering how to have more career success in the Swedish workshop, then this is for you!&nbsp;</p><p>Join us on April 4, 2023 between 12.15-1 PM for a free workshop from Amanda Herzog on how to improve your networking skills in Sweden. You don&rsquo;t want to miss this!</p><p>Registration on <a href="https://ju.jobteaser.com">https://ju.jobteaser.com</a> where you will be provided the link to the Zoom meeting.&nbsp;</p>
4 April - 4 April
12:15 - 13:00

Location

Zoom


Link

Professional Networking in Sweden by Amanda Herzog

For internationals who want to “crack the Swedish code”

Networking and referrals are incredibly important in Sweden. 

If you’re an international professional and don’t know how to blend in with the Swedes, it can feel like you’re hitting dead ends and getting nowhere fast. 

Or, if you’re Swedish but would like to improve your networking skills and see real results, then this workshop may be for you too!

Amanda Herzog is an American living in Sweden since 2017 and will be hosting the workshop. She moved there to attend Jönköping University as an exchange student and now works as an international marketing professional and personal branding consultant.

Her experiences of navigating the Swedish job market motivated her to “crack the Swedish code” and find the secret to career success.

Students who have taken her online course on networking in Sweden have reported amazing results:

  • Going from no responses on LinkedIn when sending messages to 3 out of 3 responding and agreeing to meet up when using her template (one of them was a Swedish recruiter)

  • Living in a remote location of Sweden in a town of less than 10,000 people to suddenly having 20 new connections in one week 

  • Going from no interviews after months of applying to getting an offer for the exact job they wanted - all with no job application and only referral via networking

If you’re wondering how to have more career success in the Swedish workshop, then this is for you! 

Join us on April 4, 2023 between 12.15-1 PM for a free workshop from Amanda Herzog on how to improve your networking skills in Sweden. You don’t want to miss this!

Registration on https://ju.jobteaser.com where you will be provided the link to the Zoom meeting. 


Organizer: Career Center

Seminar day, Research School HHJ

6 April - 6 April

09:30 - 15:00

Kappan, HHJ

<p>Today&#39;s seminars:</p><p>09:30-11:30&nbsp; Malin Johansson - RSP</p><p>12:30-15:00 Marcus Lundmark - RSP</p><p>https://ju.se/en/research/doctoral-programmes/doctoral-programmes-at-the-school-of-health-and-welfare/doctoral-student-seminars.html</p>
6 April - 6 April
09:30 - 15:00

Location

Kappan, HHJ


Link

Seminar day, Research School HHJ

Today's seminars:

09:30-11:30  Malin Johansson - RSP

12:30-15:00 Marcus Lundmark - RSP

https://ju.se/en/research/doctoral-programmes/doctoral-programmes-at-the-school-of-health-and-welfare/doctoral-student-seminars.html


Organizer: School of Health and Welfare

CEnSE Seminar presented by Daria Hakola

12 April - 12 April

12:00 - 13:00

B5002 or Zoom

<p>TBA</p>
12 April - 12 April
12:00 - 13:00

Location

B5002 or Zoom


Link

CEnSE Seminar presented by Daria Hakola

TBA


Organizer: Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics

Disciplinary and expulsion committee

13 April - 13 April

08:30 - 16:30

Solon A4301

<p>Meeting in the Disciplinary and expulsion committee</p>
13 April - 13 April
08:30 - 16:30

Location

Solon A4301


Link

Disciplinary and expulsion committee

Meeting in the Disciplinary and expulsion committee


Organizer: Jönköping University

Licentiate seminar - Simon Boldt

14 April - 14 April

10:00 - 12:00

E1405 (Gjuterisalen)

<p><strong>Title of the thesis:</strong> Supporting Long-Term Production Development - Towards Production Platforms<br /><strong>Doctoral student:</strong> Simon Boldt<br /><strong>Third-cycle subject area:</strong> Production Systems<br /><strong>Faculty examiner:</strong> PhD Lennart Malmsk&ouml;ld, University West<br /><strong>Examiner: </strong>Associate Professor Jenny B&auml;ckstrand, School of Engineering<br /><strong>Principal supervisor: </strong>Associate Professor Carin R&ouml;si&ouml;, School of Engineering<br /><br /><strong>Welcome to attend the seminar!</strong></p>
14 April - 14 April
10:00 - 12:00

Location

E1405 (Gjuterisalen)


Link

Licentiate seminar - Simon Boldt

Title of the thesis: Supporting Long-Term Production Development - Towards Production Platforms
Doctoral student: Simon Boldt
Third-cycle subject area: Production Systems
Faculty examiner: PhD Lennart Malmsköld, University West
Examiner: Associate Professor Jenny Bäckstrand, School of Engineering
Principal supervisor: Associate Professor Carin Rösiö, School of Engineering

Welcome to attend the seminar!


Organizer: School of Engineering

MMTC Research Seminar presented by guest Amanda Piepponen

19 April - 19 April

12:00 - 13:00

B6046

<p>MMTC Research Seminar presented by guest&nbsp;Amanda Piepponen</p>
19 April - 19 April
12:00 - 13:00

Location

B6046


Link

MMTC Research Seminar presented by guest Amanda Piepponen

MMTC Research Seminar presented by guest Amanda Piepponen


Organizer: Media, Management and Transformation Centre

JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge Grand Final 2023

19 April - 19 April

14:00 - 17:00

<p><strong>Welcome to the Grand Final of the JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge 2023</strong>. <strong>The final is a live event, open to all interested. Furthermore, the final will also be broadcast in a special live stream event.&nbsp;</strong></p><p>On April 17-19, students from J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping University will compete in the annual JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge, a 24-hour innovation race for a prize pool of 130,000 SEK.&nbsp;</p><p>A secret company is invited to present a problem they are experiencing. The teams are then allowed 24 hours to come up with a solution and prepare a pitch to sell it. On19 April, they pitch their solutions to a jury on the final day. The best pitches are repeated in a grand final, open to the general public. The winning team and runners-up will get prizes for the equivalent of up to 130,000 SEK in total.?&nbsp;</p><p>JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge is based on a donation from the Lennart &ldquo;Aktiestinsen&rdquo; Israelsson&rsquo;s foundation and arranged by the student association Entrepreneurship Academy at JIBS.</p><p><strong>Welcome to the Grand Final!&nbsp;</strong></p><p><strong>When: Wednesday 19 April at 14:00-17:00&nbsp;</strong></p><p><strong>Where: JP-aulan&nbsp; B1024 (at J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping International Business School)&nbsp;</strong></p><p><strong>Refreshments will be served during the break.</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p>
19 April - 19 April
14:00 - 17:00

Location

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Link

JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge Grand Final 2023

Welcome to the Grand Final of the JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge 2023. The final is a live event, open to all interested. Furthermore, the final will also be broadcast in a special live stream event. 

On April 17-19, students from Jönköping University will compete in the annual JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge, a 24-hour innovation race for a prize pool of 130,000 SEK. 

A secret company is invited to present a problem they are experiencing. The teams are then allowed 24 hours to come up with a solution and prepare a pitch to sell it. On19 April, they pitch their solutions to a jury on the final day. The best pitches are repeated in a grand final, open to the general public. The winning team and runners-up will get prizes for the equivalent of up to 130,000 SEK in total.? 

JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge is based on a donation from the Lennart “Aktiestinsen” Israelsson’s foundation and arranged by the student association Entrepreneurship Academy at JIBS.

Welcome to the Grand Final! 

When: Wednesday 19 April at 14:00-17:00 

Where: JP-aulan  B1024 (at Jönköping International Business School) 

Refreshments will be served during the break.

 


Organizer: Jönköping International Business School

CEnSE Seminar presented by Edvard Johansson and Jonas Lagerström

20 April - 20 April

12:00 - 13:00

B5002 or Zoom

<p>TBA</p>
20 April - 20 April
12:00 - 13:00

Location

B5002 or Zoom


Link

CEnSE Seminar presented by Edvard Johansson and Jonas Lagerström

TBA


Organizer: Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics

Working law in Sweden! Your obligations and rights - with Framtiden

20 April - 20 April

12:15 - 13:00

Hc113

<p>What should you expect from a future employer according to your obligations and rights when you have signed up for a job? This is what the recruitment company Framtiden AB is going to talk about today! We are going to guide you and teach you more about what your future employment contract should contain, common terms and what different forms of employment really means. Finally, we are going to tell you about why it is good to work for a company that has a collective agreement.</p><p>Pre-booked students will be offered free lunch if you register before April 13th. Register at <a href="https://ju.jobteaser.com">https://ju.jobteaser.com</a></p><p>A warm welcome from Framtiden AB!</p><p>Thursday April 20th 12-15-13.00</p><p>Hc113, School of Education and Communication</p>
20 April - 20 April
12:15 - 13:00

Location

Hc113


Link

Working law in Sweden! Your obligations and rights - with Framtiden

What should you expect from a future employer according to your obligations and rights when you have signed up for a job? This is what the recruitment company Framtiden AB is going to talk about today! We are going to guide you and teach you more about what your future employment contract should contain, common terms and what different forms of employment really means. Finally, we are going to tell you about why it is good to work for a company that has a collective agreement.

Pre-booked students will be offered free lunch if you register before April 13th. Register at https://ju.jobteaser.com

A warm welcome from Framtiden AB!

Thursday April 20th 12-15-13.00

Hc113, School of Education and Communication


Organizer: Career Center

CEnSE Seminar presented by Eloise Germain

25 April - 25 April

13:00 - 14:00

B5002 or Zoom

<p>TBA</p>
25 April - 25 April
13:00 - 14:00

Location

B5002 or Zoom


Link

CEnSE Seminar presented by Eloise Germain

TBA


Organizer: Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics

Personal branding

26 April - 26 April

12:15 - 13:00

E1405

<p>The future labour market requires personal branding. How do you do it and why?&nbsp;</p><p>Wednesday April 26th 12.15-1 pm.</p><p>E1405, School of Engineering</p><p><em>Lunch is offered to students that register before April 20th.&nbsp;</em></p><p><em>Register at&nbsp;<a href="https://ju.jobteaser.com">https://ju.jobteaser.com</a></em></p>
26 April - 26 April
12:15 - 13:00

Location

E1405


Link

Personal branding

The future labour market requires personal branding. How do you do it and why? 

Wednesday April 26th 12.15-1 pm.

E1405, School of Engineering

Lunch is offered to students that register before April 20th. 

Register at https://ju.jobteaser.com


Organizer: Career Center

Disciplinary and expulsion committee

27 April - 27 April

08:30 - 16:30

Solon A4301

<p>Meeting in the Disciplinary and expulsion committee</p>
27 April - 27 April
08:30 - 16:30

Location

Solon A4301


Link

Disciplinary and expulsion committee

Meeting in the Disciplinary and expulsion committee


Organizer: Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics

Disciplinary and expulsion committee

27 April - 27 April

08:30 - 16:30

Solon A4301

<p>Meeting in the Disciplinary and expulsion committee</p>
27 April - 27 April
08:30 - 16:30

Location

Solon A4301


Link

Disciplinary and expulsion committee

Meeting in the Disciplinary and expulsion committee


Organizer: Jönköping University

Career Planning

27 April - 27 April

12:15 - 13:00

E1405

<p>Career development and the 4 steps for successful career planning!</p><p>Thursday April 27th&nbsp; &nbsp;12.15-1 pm</p><p><em>Lunch is offered to students that register before April 20.</em></p><p><em>Register at&nbsp;<a href="https://ju.jobteaser.com">https://ju.jobteaser.com</a></em></p>
27 April - 27 April
12:15 - 13:00

Location

E1405


Link

Career Planning

Career development and the 4 steps for successful career planning!

Thursday April 27th   12.15-1 pm

Lunch is offered to students that register before April 20.

Register at https://ju.jobteaser.com


Organizer: Career Center