First 'Young HSD Community' Event

In 5 years The Hague Security Delta has become a leading security cluster in Europe, with more than 260 partners. A next step in the development of our growing community is to set up a ‘Young HSD Community’. This community aims to connect young professionals from HSD partners working on safety and security issues at HSD partner organisations. It provides the opportunity to increase your network, share experiences and contribute to the future development of the security cluster through sharing knowledge.

 

Young HSD Network event: 20 July

Are you interested to join 'Young HSD'? Don't miss the first network event on Thursday 20 July and register here! At the gathering the concept of the community will be explained and a guest speaker will be invited to inspire you on a safety and security related subject.

 

The HSD Young Community in short:

 

What?

(In)formal networking events with young professionals working at HSD partner organisations. Expand your network, get inspired by interesting guest speakers, share security insights and experience and enjoy networking drinks with fellow young professionals.

 

For who?

The HSD Young Community is open for anyone under 35 who works at an HSD partner organisation and is able to discuss safety and security topics on a strategical/tactical level.

 

Why?

The HSD Young Community gives young professionals a chance to expand their network and share insights and experiences in an informal setting. It’s a community that helps you make your career in the field of safety and security. In addition, the HSD Young Community can contribute to the development of the security cluster by sharing its knowledge and vision on the safety and security sector with the management of HSD office.

 

Register now! 

We are excited to welcome you on 20 July. Please register if you want to attend the event. We would like you to fill in your position in the remarks section. That way we have an idea who's attending the groundbreaking first HSD Young event. 

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