JingJobs Presents: Dinner with Mentors

Categories: Networking
by Samantha Kwok on June 22nd, 2017   169 views

When and Where

  • 22/06/2017
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Home Grounds
    39-3 Xingfu Ercun
    Chaoyang, Beijing
    China
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JingJobs Presents: Dinner with Mentors

Event Details

JingJobs invites students and young professionals to spend an evening eating, drinking, and connecting with mentors in a welcoming environment at our second Dinner with Mentors. Finding a good mentor on your own can seem daunting, but JingJobs is making it hassle free.

JingJobs invites students and young professionals to spend an evening eating, drinking, and connecting with mentors in a welcoming environment at our second Dinner with Mentors. Finding a good mentor on your own can seem daunting, but JingJobs is making it hassle free.

The people you meet at Dinner with Mentors very well may be able to connect you with your dream job. Come make meaningful connections and network in a casual atmosphere while enjoying delicious food and drinks from Home Grounds! We are excited to have mentors with backgrounds in entrepreneurship and nonprofit managment and hailing from companies like SONY, South China Morning Post, and Lenovo.

Register now as space is limited. Attendees will be assigned to a table based on mentor preference during registration. The earlier you register, the better your odds of getting your top choice. Tables will consist of 7 mentees and 1 mentor, but don’t worry! Mentors will switch tables throughout the night, giving attendees the opportunity to connect with anyone they feel inspired by. There is also time set aside for open networking after dinner.

All genders are invited.

What: Appetizer, entree, and drinks with influential & experienced Beijing professionals
When: Thursday 22 June | 7:00 – 9:00pm
Dress: Smart/Business Casual

Price: 150 RMB

Registration, Mentor Bios, & More Info: here

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