Join us for our next networking evening in central London and meet the UK’s first EdTech Unicorn -Multiverse!
About this event
A networking evening for our London Community at the offices of one of our partners – a leading tech scale up in the UK and US, who are democratising access to the best careers through the power of professional apprenticeships.
Meet our hosts Multiverse and hear how they’re creating a diverse group of future leaders by building an outstanding alternative to university and corporate training.
Whether you’re a student, graduate or experienced hire this is an incredible opportunity to meet others and connect with like-minded individuals – as they say your network is your net worth!
Drinks and snacks provided!
Date: Wednesday 28th September 2022
Time: 6.30pm-8.30pm BST
Location: Multiverse Offices
Dress Code: Smart Casual
Come along and join our drinks and networking event to:
- Meet likeminded Black young professionals.
- Meet employees at Multiverse, hear their journeys and find out more about joining a mission-driven organisation.
- Get career advice.
- Expand your professional network.
- Find a new role, mentor or friend!
Register for this event to secure your place! Spaces are very limited.
Dr Dawn Melisa Buchanan will deliver a welcome and introduction, before the networking begins! Dawn is a Data Literacy Coach and member of the Global Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee at Multiverse. As a Coach, Dawn supports a cohort of apprentices working towards their Data apprenticeship. Prior to joining Multiverse, Dawn spent 4 years researching bacteria that can ‘breathe’ metals, the same way that humans ‘breathe’ oxygen, to extract cobalt from the sea floor, successfully gaining her PhD in Earth Science. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, Dawn also volunteered with a social mobility charity teaching chemistry online.
We are Multiverse, a tech scaleup with a social mission. We’re building an outstanding alternative to university and corporate training, to develop a diverse group of future leaders. Our impact focuses on three core areas: measuring potential beyond academics, delivering world-class job-focused training via applied learning, and helping diverse groups of young people build social capital through a thriving community.
We recently secured $220m of Series D funding, making our organisation valued at $1.7 billion.