With approx. 3500 international students in Tampere Universities, would it be great to engage them further in Finnish society?
Together with the Sustainability & Impact Club of Tampere Universities, the International Student Employability project is running a communication campaign on social media to tell about the benefits that international students generate for the country and for Finnish companies.
To start a discussion on the topic of diversity and internalization, to share experience and address some myths organizations have about hiring internationals. We want to raise the voice of international students in the subject.
Organizations in Finland employing or looking to hire internationals, international students, internationals working in Finland, or high achievers looking for a job
What we did:
We collected stories and featured them online, to highlight experiences, challenges, benefits, anything important to share on this topic, including anecdotes.
In the future:
As a continuation of this campaign, we aim to organize webinars for students and for organizations looking into hiring international students.
Spread the word: #DiversityforFuture
- [Blog post] How we created a communication campaign about multiculturalism in Finland
- [Video] How can diversity help us tackle a crisis?
- [Story] Hiring talents based only on the CV is a mistake — and this story shows why
- [Story] The value internationals bring to the team - a story of an Italian director in Tampere
- [Story] How can you engage with diversity? Just jump in the pool!
- [Story] How transformative can the Finnish working culture be?
- [Story] Opening doors through value proposition: an alternative approach to accessing the Finnish labor market for internationals
- [Story] What can we learn from the rich history of internationalization in Finland?
- [Story] Working in Finland through the lenses of a non-Finnish speaker and his employer
- [Story] The value of internationals in life and workplace
- [Story] The role of intercultural communication in business: Understanding Small talk in Finland, USA, and China
Do not hesitate in being in touch with us regarding comments, feedback, critiques, or even just to have a meeting to talk about the topic of diversity and social inclusion.