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Imperial's Careers Service is operating online, maintaining a service to students, alumni and employers. All of Imperial's campus-based careers activities have been replaced with online appointments, presentations and events.
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Imperial hosts nine annual campus careers fairs, including engineering, science, finance and consulting fairs. These bring hundreds of employers to the college.
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Imperial's Ask an Alum scheme puts students in touch with recent graduates in specific industry sectors and job roles.
Imperial has a partnership with nationwide education charity, the Access Project, where students can volunteer as an academic tutor for disadvantaged young people aged 14–18. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all tutoring is delivered online.
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Most Imperial departments include integrated year in industry or year abroad opportunities, often at world-leading companies.
Industry placement opportunities, including summer vacation internships, are advertised on the college's jobs board.
Imperial has a number of volunteering societies where students can take action on issues they care about and gain new skills.
Imperial has a dedicated Student Placements team to offer support.