26
Nov
2019
CONNECT work in The Hague
CONNECT event - Work in The Hague

The Hague International Centre organises CONNECT events to help you discover everything you need to know about working and living in The Hague region. Each CONNECT event is themed around a particular topic, such as education, healthcare, finance, employment, housing, settling in and more. During these events you will meet trusted partners, who will share their expert knowledge with you.


This CONNECT event will cover the topic: Work in The Hague

The programme includes:

  • Informative presentations
    • What are the requirements for working in the Netherlands; what do you need?
    • How to prepare your CV in the Netherlands
    • Volunteer work: A career strategy?
    • How to start your own business
    • What job opportunities does The Hague offer?
  • Q&A sessions
  • Networking opportunities

When?

Tuesday, 26 November from 17:00 hrs to 19:00 hrs.

Where?

Centrale Bibliotheek
Spui 68
2511 BT, The Hague

Room: Studio B

Who?

Internationals living in The Hague, Delft, Leidschendam-Voorburg or Rijswijk.

Please note: While the event will be of particular interest to new residents of The Hague, people living in the surrounding region are welcome to attend. There are no facilities or activities for children during this event.

About The Hague International Centre

We offer information and guidance about living and working in The Hague region. We also take care of formalities such as municipal registration, citizen service number (BSN), issuance of residence permits. Moreover, we organise events for you to settle in The Hague region. We do this in close collaboration with our partners ACCESS and the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND).

Registration

Thank you, all who have registered for our CONNECT event - Work in The Hague. The response has been overwhelming, and we are now at full capacity. It is no longer possible to register. For those who have signed up on our waiting list, we will let you know at least one day in advance if a space becomes available.

 

 

Waiting list - 26 November