News & activities

03
Oct
12:45

Aerospace Career Weeks: LinkedIn Lecture

Master Department Apollo
Online

With over 450 million users, LinkedIn is a powerful tool in finding a job, internship or building your network. We will look at what tools to use and how to stand out in order to maximise your chances of getting noticed on LinkedIn. Is your profile too much or maybe not enough, in order to represent and promote your skills experiences and interests – these are some of the topics we will be focusing on during this lecture.

Link for the lecture: https://tudelft.zoom.us/j/97570960965

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04
Oct
8:15

Inhouseday - GKN Aerospace Fokker

Bestuur

On October 4, we will visit GKN Aerospace Fokker in Papendrecht with a full day program! A case, lunch, and drink are included. Places are limited, so sign up soon! NOTE: if you sign up, we expect you to show up.

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04
Oct
12:45

Aerospace Career Weeks: CV/Motivation Letter Lecture

Master Department Apollo
Lecture Hall B

Join our presentation and feel confident about building your CV and motivation letters. We will cover topics such as layout, structure and content regarding both documents. Upon completion of the lecture you will have clarity on the principles of how to design your CV & Motivation letter.

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05
Oct
15:00

Aerospace Career Weeks: Interview Workshop

Master Department Apollo
Lecture Hall C

In preparation for a job or internship interview we will explore the little details that can make a big difference between a good performance and an exceptional one. You will look at structured interview techniques, tips on answering common and tricky interview questions, how to relate to interviewers, as well as answering any questions you might have.

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06
Oct
14:00

Aerospace Career Weeks: Networking Workshop

Master Department Apollo
Lecture Hall D

Get connected to your field of work by expanding and effectively using your (online) network.
You will look at networking as a strategy to reveal  and create more career opportunities. Get more confident in using and expanding your (online) network and learn the basics of a good pitch.

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About the VSV

Established in 1945, the Society of Aerospace Students ‘Leonardo da Vinci’, has grown into a mature society. It organizes many activities for its members, more than 95% of all students at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering. Currently there are approximately 2300 members, making the Society of Aerospace Engineering Students the largest society of its kind in the Benelux. The Society aims to serve the interests of aerospace students in all aspects of student life. Since 1945, this has been achieved by organizing a wide variety of activities.

Book desk opening hours

The VSV Bookshop can be found here!

By becoming a member of the VSV 'Leonardo da Vinci' you can get a discount on all the books required for your studies!