Career Launch Masterclass with FDM
Get the edge you need to succeed in a 45-minute coaching session with an FDM industry expert.
Every graduate, everywhere faces the same challenge: How do I transition from the academic world to the workplace. There are so many questions…
- How do I prepare a CV that will impress recruiters?
- How do I present myself like a professional?
- How do I create a network that supports my career advancement?
- What career path should I even be taking?
FDM wants to answer these questions and help you gain the professional skills you need to enter the commercial world with confidence.
Enter now to win a 1-on-1 Career Launch Masterclass with one of FDM’s experienced campus recruiters, Abigail Widjaja.
You could be 1 of 3 students each month who will receive a complimentary, in depth, 45-minute coaching session with FDM’s very own Abigail Widjaja. Abigail will share her insider expertise and give some select students a rare opportunity to get tailored industry advice, which most students may not have access to – what you learn could give you the edge you need to succeed.
A free coaching session – what’s the catch?
No catch, support and guidance are integral to everything we do at FDM. We’ll ensure the information we give will benefit you, no matter which career path you want to pursue. And, regardless of your degree, if the tech industry is one you’re keen to explore, we can certainly open some doors there.
A bit about Abigail Widjaja
Abi is our Campus Recruiter & University Partnerships Executive. Her area of expertise is working with campus careers centres and student societies to deliver value-packed workshops on launching graduate careers in tech and acing the recruitment processes among other topics. She believes that tech careers are for anyone with enough passion and the right drive to realise that dream. Abigail’s passion for what she does, helps empower candidates with the tools to craft their experiences in a way that is compelling, impactful, and memorable; launching exciting tech career, whatever academic discipline they may come from.