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What’s on during the semester break

April 7, 2017 by Hana Woolerson

What’s on during the semester break

You’ve reached mid-semester break, and some well-deserved Cadbury Mini Eggs/Crème Eggs/Humpty Dumpty eggs (pick your poison). We are taking a little hiatus from most workshops and events over the next couple of weeks, but we’ll still be posting content here for you to keep up to date with.

In the meantime, use this time wisely to further your career development – sign up to NEXT STEP: Industry Mentoring, apply for John Curtin Leadership Academy (JCLA), make some headway with the Employability Award modules and schedule some workshops in for the second half of the semester. Details below.

CBS students! One of our dedicated Career Development Counsellors will still be available for LinkedIn profile reviews on Wednesday 19 April.

NEXT STEP: Industry Mentoring matches penultimate and final year Curtin students with industry mentors, including Curtin alumni, staff and friends, currently working in an industry similar to your field of study or area of interest. Applications close Friday 28 April.

JCLA is our intensive co-curricular leadership program, and your opportunity to gain real-world experience, boost your employability and make an impact in your community. Applications close Monday 15 May.

Curtin Employability Award combines career skills development modules and workshops with industry experience to boost your employability and potential for career success. The program runs throughout the university year, with a new program commencing every January and finishing in December. You can sign up anytime, and have until December to complete the required components.

We also have some great workshops and employer events coming up this semester, including Google and Disney coming on campus. Check out the schedule for all our Employer Events, Careers Skills Workshops and the Curtin Leaders Program, and get your calendar organised now.

Finally, catch up on some of our more popular posts this year, including What To Do If You Don’t Get The Job, How To Nail An Online Interview and Tackling the Cover Letter.


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