Get inspired and have the courage to act!
You are invited to listen and watch the career seminar on 23 September . The topics of the seminar will be related to career planning and what to keep in mind when you are about to start working. There will be simultaneous translation into Russian and English throughout the seminar, as well as sign language and written interpretation.
The career seminar will be moderated by Anna Pihl.
Career webinar programme
Katrin has been working at the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund since 2010 and is the Head of the Jobseeker and Employer Services Department. The Unemployment Insurance Fund (Töötukassa) mediates 40-60% of all jobs that "move" on the Estonian labour market. As Head of the Services Department, she is in charge of the day-to-day processes that help workers and employers find each other.
Meelis is the Chairman of the Board of the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund and has been at the head of the organisation since its foundation in 2002.
Yngve works at the Vocational Training College as a Chief Analyst-Development Manager for the OSKA labour demand monitoring and forecasting system. OSKA seeks answers to the questions of which occupations and skills are emerging, changing or becoming less important in the near future. Yngve's passion is to make the numbers speak and to help others see the phenomena behind the numbers and the twists and turns of human behaviour. Previously, Yngve worked for a long time as an analyst and head of labour statistics at Statistics Finland, where she considered it important to look beyond employment and unemployment figures to a broader analysis of trends and trends in working life. As a member of the Coast Scots national community, Yngve also considers it her passion to participate in the study, preservation and transmission of this dying and unique culture.
Kai is the Executive Director of PARE, the Estonian Personnel Management Association. Previously, she worked as the head of Personaliuudise at Äripäev, organising conferences and seminars, managing radio programmes and creating content for the Personaliuudised.ee website. Kai holds a Master's degree in Language Delivery from Tallinn University. She also runs her own company, Miller's Publishing, which publishes a notebook for self-development.
Lemme-Getter has been advising people in the Unemployment Fund for the last 7 years in 4 different positions. She has previously worked as an editor for television and radio and as a reporter for various publications. She is also a member of the Estonian Authors' Association and makes music in her spare time. Inside he is a traveller looking for new challenges.