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This event offers Technology professionals the chance to explore careers opportunities at Morgan Stanley. Join us for an evening
This event offers Technology professionals the chance to explore careers opportunities at Morgan Stanley.
Join us for an evening of inspirational insights from leaders in the industry and the Firm.
You will hear from Vanessa Vallely founder of WeAreTheCity, who recently received an OBE for services to women and the economy. You will also have the opportunity to have a meaningful career conversation with a manager, as well as networking with like-minded peers.
Registration for this event closes at 12:00 on Friday, 13 July 2018.
For questions on the application process, please email [email protected]
(Thursday) 16:00 - 19:30
Morgan Stanley Offices
Are you interested in a career in tech and not sure
Are you interested in a career in tech and not sure where to start?
Join 23 Code Street for an evening of practical, actionable career guidance to figure out how and where to begin your transition into tech.
In this workshop, 23 Code Street will give you a comprehensive overview of the technology industry today from what’s happening in mobile, games, VR & AR, fintech, and machine learning.
They’ll walk you through potential career paths and help you decide where you’d like to fit within the industry.
They will tell you about the tools, websites, and resources that they value.
The event will begin at 7:30pm sharp.
The event is located on the 3rd floor of Laser House, 132-140 Goswell Road EC1V 7DY.
We charge a minimum fee to cover the cost of refreshments and our teacher’s expenses.
*Please note this is a women’s only event.
(Monday) 19:30 - 21:30
23 Code Street
3rd Floor, Laser House 132-140
Take a peek behind the scenes of the cyber-criminal world as Ian Mann, author of Hacking the Human, shares his
Take a peek behind the scenes of the cyber-criminal world as Ian Mann, author of Hacking the Human, shares his expertise on social engineering and discusses the tactics used to manipulate people and companies to give up confidential information.
This interactive and insightful session provides the perfect platform for cyber security professionals within the Thames Valley Region/M3 corridor to discuss and debate cyber security issues and together, discuss strategies to defend against cyber risk.
Hosted by Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Wednesday, 11 July ǀ 7pm-9:30pm ǀ Pennyhill Park Hotel, Surrey
(Thursday) 19:00 - 21:30