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Grow Your Career With Nestlé, Register For This Virtual Event

Grow Your Career With Nestlé, Register For This Virtual Event
Posted By: Lailah Berry on February 16, 2021

On Friday, February 26th, 2021, Nestlé and HBCU Connect are partnering to host a special virtual recruiting event, in celebration of Black History Month. Make sure to join us if you are interested in learning more about Nestlé and their available opportunities!

Register here: https://hbcuconnect.com/resumes/?cid=97

Learn about Nestlé’s mission, culture, and opportunities for career growth from a panel of Black employees, followed by a Q&A session where you will have the chance to ask questions and speak with the panelists live, and opportunities to connect with recruiters after the event.


WHO: Black Professionals interested in learning more about life at Nestlé from a Black employee perspective, navigating your professional career at the organization, and receiving insight into current and future opportunities.


WHAT: A unique information session/panel discussion hybrid opportunity to learn more about Nestlé’s inclusive company culture, connect with a diverse panel of employees, ask questions, and explore career development options. Attendees will also be provided follow up opportunities with recruiters after the event.


WHEN: Friday, February 26th, 2021 from 12pm until 1pm EST.


WHERE: Information for the actual virtual event will be provided with your completed application. The event is online only.

Frequently Asked Questions About HBCU CONNECT Recruitment Events...


Is there a fee for attending the event?

No. All of the recruitment related events hosted by HBCU CONNECT have associated sponsors. These sponsors put up funds to handle paying for the venue, food and drinks for attendees.
Attendees are expected to register such that we can make sure you are a fit for the career opportunities available, and to put forth the commitment to join us on the specified date.

How do I get the location details for the event?

Once your resume is reviewed and you are deemed a fit for the event, we will email you all location and other pertinent details for attending the event. Just keep an eye on your email and make sure our emails are not going to your spam folder!

Will there be interviews during or after the event?

The point of the event is to allow you the chance to learn more about the sponsoring company and make connections with their employees and talent acquisition team.
While there will not be scheduled interviews available during or after the event, attendees will become a part of the company’s talent community and continue to be informed of future opportunities and matches dependent upon skill sets, interests and the company's hiring needs.


Register today: https://hbcuconnect.com/resumes/?cid=97
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