All year orientation and networking project:

The idea for this new project would be to introduce our members to a new career path every month, from political journalism to international affairs, governmental functions or even entrepreneurship; through interviews.

A week before the event, the name of the speaker will be revealed, and our members will have the opportunity to send us their questions through private messages on social medias.

The interviews will be recorded and posted each month.They will always start with general questions, where the guests can introduce themselves, present their career path, talk about their experiences, and give general advice on how to get into these fields, followed by our members questions.

The aim is to give students an overview of what it means to work in governmental functions, think tanks embassy … and an idea of how to maximise their change to get to it.

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Our first guest: Alexandre Holroyd

Alexandre Holroyd is since 2017 the deputy for French people in northern Europe. Former student of King’s college, LSE and Sciences po Paris, Mr Holroyd is a true specialist of european affairs, working at the commission for european affairs and closely with the United Kingdom to preserve the relationship between France and the UK.

It’s with great pleasure that we can start this new project, starting on the field of governmental position with a former KCL student!

Thanks again to Mr Holroyd for answering our questions. A really rich and interesting interview combining information and advices on both the role of Mp and the field of European functions. Go check it out!

For now we are working around the issue to post the video directly on here. Otherwise you will soon be able to see it on Facebook! You can download the zip-file here, which leads you directly to the video:

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