Dream jobs in the Caribbean @ Werken in de Caribbean at De Nationale Carrièrebeurs

Dream jobs in the Caribbean @ Werken in de Caribbean at De Nationale Carrièrebeurs

Are you a student, starter or (young) professional living in the Netherlands and looking for your dream job in the Caribbean or Suriname – or do you know someone who might be interested? Check out Werken in de Caribbean, part of De Nationale Carrièrebeurs.

The largest career event of the Netherlands is set to take place on Friday, March 22, and Saturday, March 23, at RAI Amsterdam, with many top employers in the Caribbean in hospitality, government, healthcare, accountancy, education, technology and maritime present.

Memory Group is organizing De Nationale Carrièrebeurs for the 26th time. This year, the second edition of Werken in de Caribbean is part of the career fair again – and it will be even bigger than last year!

Participants can follow more than 100 career-focused workshops, and connect with more than 300 companies. And on Friday, the RAI will transform into a big dance floor during a lively performance by Dutch-Caribbean singer Kilate Tesla!

Who is invited?

“People who are originally from the Caribbean islands and Suriname and went to study in The Netherlands and decided to stay, but want to move back home. Or Dutch individuals who are interested in working in the Dutch Caribbean and Suriname,” explains Product Manager Myrna Stregels-Reitsma.

“The tickets are free of charge and we want as many people, who are interested in moving (back) to the islands, as possible to attend,” she adds.

Would you like to get in touch with top employers before De Nationale Carrièrebeurs on March 22 and 23? And do you want to know exactly who you could be matched with at the fair itself?

Create your Match&Meet profile and get matched with all the top employers and educational institutions that will be present at the fair. You can find extra information and a short video on “Match & Meet on carrierebeurs.nl”.

De Nationale Carrièrebeurs takes place on Friday, March 22 and Saturday, March 23 from 9:30am to 5:30pm. For more information and your FREE tickets, visit www.carrierebeurs.nl.

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