The Moscow Student Center and the IAESTE International Association jointly with the Moscow government, the Russian Federation's Ministry of Education, the Russian Industrialists' and Entrepreneurs' Union and the Union of Rectors of Higher Educational Establishments of Moscow and the Moscow Region are the organizers of the forum.
As officials of the Public Relations Committee of Moscow said, more than 100 large companies operating in different spheres will participate in the forum. It will be held in the form of a conference, a direct dialogue, enabling young specialists to associate with many companies-employers simultaneously, to learn about the existing or prospective vacant jobs, to be interviewed, and to find jobs. More than 4,000 vacant jobs will be offered to the job seekers.
Along with looking for a job, they can participate in different training sessions aimed at teaching young specialists technology of job-seeking.
Over the six years of holding the forums more than 150,000 students and college graduates took part in them. Over 40,000 job seekers found jobs in line with their specialty.
It is planned that more than 20,000 young specialists, students and graduates of the Moscow economic, technical and humanities higher schools will participate in the forthcoming forum.