Kickstart your career at Great Ormond Street Hospital

15 Aug 2022, 5 p.m.

Are you 16-18 years old? Interested in working at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH)? Come meet our teams and learn how to start your career with us.

Join us, Wednesday 24 August, where we'll be in the Lagoon sharing all the tips and advice you need to begin your career at GOSH.

Kickstart your career at Great Ormond Street Hospital

Join us, Wednesday 24 August, in the staff side of the Lagoon. We'll be showcasing the different opportunities available to people after school or college.

Learn about our:

To allow you plenty of time to explore the stands and chat with current GOSH staff, we've divided the fair into three, one hour sessions. You can choose a session between 9 - 12pm.

Join us Wednesday 24 August

9 - 12pm

Staff side of the Lagoon: Head to the Lagoon at Great Ormond Street Hospital. This is where you can purchase food. We'll be in the staff side of the Lagoon. If you're note sure, ask a volunteer in the yellow t-shirts or one of our catering staff.

Register your place

Register for the careers event on Eventbrite. This helps us plan for the day!

You'll be asked to choose a session time:

  • 9 - 10am
  • 10 - 11am
  • 11 - 12pm

Have any questions? Email

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