Live online career panels
By interacting with young professionals and early years recruitment specialists from leading brands and services in the data industry, students will be able to explore the wealth of exciting roles available across many sectors, both in the UK and globally.
Our data champions will give first-hand accounts of their varied education and career pathways into the world of data, providing students with relatable role models.
Digdata’s online career panels help inspire young people who are curious about how the data industry works. Students will gain confidence by discovering how their transferable skills and knowledge can be applied to a role in data and learn about the varied entry pathways such as; industrial placements, apprenticeships and graduate schemes available each year.
Each panel is up to 60 minutes and includes a 15-minute Q&A. All panels will be hosted online using Microsoft Teams, recorded, and made available on our website.
Each career panel offers a fantastic opportunity to discuss:
Individual education and career journeys
A ‘day in the life’ of a data champion
Technical expertise and requirements
Additional skill requirements
Different data roles within a team
Internships, apprenticeships & graduate schemes available
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Live career panels with Digdata are a good opportunity for us to showcase some of the innovative things we do at BT and the great people who work here. They help us on our mission to get young people excited and inspire them into digital and data careers.
I enjoyed working with Digdata as I felt like it was a good opportunity to share my journey in my career in Data so far. I have had a unique approach in that I have had several jobs since graduation, slowly moving up the Data world and learning more as I move forward. I think that it is important for people to understand that finding the perfect job is not always a straight and narrow path. Knowing that people were able to listen to me talk about that but also ask questions about my experiences felt really good and I feel like if I was involved in something similar at a younger age it would have helped a lot.