Run by Event and ESP Recruitment the Apprentice-style competition is designed to bring the next generation of talent into the event industry.
The competition will see contestants take part in a number of challenges to scoop the prize of the role of project coordinator at George P Johnson.
The winning candidate will start in the new business department supporting sales and marketing, before moving into client services and working with clients such Motorola and Cisco.
Last year's winners, Peter Hunt and Abi Cozens, won jobs at George P Johnson and Tarsus respectively after impressing a panel of judges over the three days of International Confex.
Those selected to take part in the competition will be split into groups and given a brief to create an event. They will then be asked to come to London from 19-21 March during International Confex at Excel London to present their ideas and take part in a number of challenging event management tasks - created by teambuilding firm Bluehat - which will be marked by a team of industry experts over the entire three days.
How to enter The Eventice
To take part in The Eventice, which is free for all final year event management students, all you have to do is send us a copy of your CV including your name, email address and daytime telephone number, a profile picture and a two-minute video answering the four questions below to email@example.com.
Candidates also need to provide the name of the course they are taking, graduation date and the name of the university they are completing the course at.
Entries will be posted on The Eventice channel in a graduation gallery, which will be seen by the industry and could lead to further work experience or actual work offers.
Questions to answer on video are:
What famous person in the world, dead or alive, do you most admire and why?
What is the best event you have ever been to and why?
What event experience have you gained at University?
Why do you think you should win The Eventice?
This competition is becoming very competitive, so when filming your video, try and be as inventive as possible.
Deadline for entering the competition is Friday 11 January 2013.
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