SDCN members get access to:
A 5-week program where participants begin a personal and professional journey together, exploring the cultural and historical layers of Swedish society, while reflecting on who you are and your place within Stockholm’s vibrant eco-system and developing the practical skills and resources to successfully navigate recruitment processes and land a job.
Co-Working Space & Drop-In Career Support every Tuesday
The SDCN Career Support is a co-working space where you can work on your CV, applications, cover letters, LinkedIn page, etc., alongside other members. This session is headed by someone from Stockholms Akademiska Forum, who will be able to answer your questions about the Swedish job market, or if not, refer you to someone who can. You can also get feedback on your application materials or practise for a job interview. You can choose to come to just one session, or several.
All our Career Support sessions can be found in the Event calendar.
No Judgment Swedish every Thursday
No Judgment Swedish is a language café designed to help you immerse yourself in the Swedish language and learn through a practical, interactive and fun approach. As the name implies, the learning environment is completely judgment-free. Everyone is welcome, and warmly encouraged to use what little Swedish they know to help themselves and others develop their conversational ability. It’s a great opportunity to get immediate feedback, exchange tips and learn about Swedish (and Stockholm) culture.
All our No Judgment Swedish sessions can be found in the Event calendar.
On a regular basis, SDCN and its affiliates offers events on different career-related topics, such as LinkedIn workshops, interview training, networking, CV and cover letter writing etc.
Our career events can be found in the Event calendar.
The SDCN Management Team of volunteers, organizes a wide range of social gatherings, for both members and their families.
Our social and cultural events can be found in the Event calendar.
Individual Guidance Hour
During an Individual Guidance Hour, you will meet someone from the Stockholm Academic Forum team. You can ask any questions you have about Sweden, where to find information, how things work, discuss your career plan, translate something that doesn’t make sense, or just have a chat. If your questions are mainly related to your CV or cover letter, we suggest you first attend at least one Career Support Group session before you book an Individual Guidance Hour. Request an Individual Guidance Hour by sending an email to [email protected].
A couple of times per month, SDCN members receive an email newsletter with the latest event updates and other useful information.