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What is NETWORK St G's and how do I join?

NETWORK St G's is an initiative from the Foundation Office which supports the Careers Department and offers networking links and a focal point for any current pupils, recent leavers or alumnae who want to share or receive careers-based knowledge, guidance and information.
 

Initiatives include:

• A centrally managed database for alumnae and parents to share their careers information and offer guidance and support to other alumnae and current pupils.

• Professional cluster groups/networking events in various locations for alumnae and parents who are in similar careers (6th form girls also invited).

• Alumnae groups on social media sites with associated professional and networking benefits.

• Alumnae and parents volunteering to speak to current pupils at careers events about their career pathways, professions and business ventures.

• Internship offers and business advertising by alumnae and parents for current pupils and fellow alumnae.

If you would like to join NETWORK St G's, please go the main tab called "NETWORK St G's" and then click the 'Join' button.

Information about NETWORK St G's events can be found in the 'Events' section.

 

All girls who join our school community are part of St George’s ‘Network for Life’.  The Foundation Office and Old Girls’ Association work closely to provide life-long professional support, advice and guidance for all current girls and alumnae.

 

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