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A new series of the Society's Professional insights webinars, providing careers support for Associate Fellows, is starting on Tuesday 7 February.
Across six monthly webinars, taking place on the first Tuesday of each month, we will bring together a panel of professional geographers from a range of sectors to discuss topics and answer questions to help support early career professionals. The webinars are a great way to get tips from industry professionals and to network with others at the start of their career.
So, whether you are thinking about your professional development, looking to take the next steps in your career, or want to find out more about how fields such as data science can bring new insights to geographical practice, our webinars will provide guidance and tips from fellow professionals to support you.
View the schedule and book your place:
7 February - Developing your professional development plan
7 March - Time to move roles? How to reflect on your career goals and your aspiration
4 April - How to get the most from your new role
2 May - Making impact with your CV
6 June - Data science and geography – a beginner’s guide
4 July - Mentoring: how to get the most from your mentoring relationship
Our Professional insights webinars are free and open to Associate Fellows, Members and Fellows.
If you would like to find out more about any of the webinar topics, we have a range of resources to support you at each stage of your career.
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