UMH has a recruitment day for the Environmental Science degree

The Vice President for Student Affairs and Coordination, Faculty of Experimental Sciences and Career Observatory of Miguel Hernandez University (UMH) in Elche organized a recruitment conference dedicated to the Environmental Sciences degree. The activity will take place tomorrow Thursday, February 24th, starting at 4:00 pm, in Room 0.4 of the Altabix Building on the Elche Campus.

The conference will be opened by the Dean of the School of Experimental Sciences at UMH, Pedro Robles Ramos. Deputy Dean of the Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Sciences, Juana Maria Botía Aranda; Professional observatory technician Abel Torricillas Moreno. Next, the Corporate and Entities Roundtable will be held, where the Regulatory Affairs Consultant at ERM – Environmental Resource Management, Marian J. Redeco founding partners, Javier Muñoz, Ferran Climent and Nazim Kuyer; and Environmental Technician and Coordinator at Still Pablo Perales Pacheco.

After the intervention of the Career Observatory and UMH Alumni Service, the day will continue with an Alumni Round Table, where a graduate of the Applied Research Group in Agricultural Chemistry and Environment at UMH Zbigniew Emil Blesa Marco will demonstrate his professional experience; Treserres CEO, Macarena Segarra Ferrández; and Laura Gonzalez Monera, of the Sustainable Living Foundation. The technical coordinator of the College of Ecologists of the Valencian Community, Idoia Martínez Martínez will oversee this schedule. Closing the day will be in charge of the Vice Dean of Projection for the Degree in Environmental Sciences, Ernesto García Sánchez.

The aim of these conferences is to facilitate contact with the professional world and to introduce the reality of different qualifications, profiles most demanded by companies, most valuable skills and abilities and various selection processes, all through presentations to participants companies, entities and alumni.

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As in the rest of the twenty-fifth working days, assistance can be supplemented with an online workshop of the Career Monitor, which aims to improve training or employment search skills and improve candidacy.

A student body that attends both Workday and Supplementary Training will be able to validate the activity with 0.5 skill credits reviewed.

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