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A few events you may be interested in

June 22, 2017 by Hana Woolerson

A few events you may be interested in

Before you disappear on your mid-year break, there a few events on over the next month or so that might be worth a spot in your calendar.

Graduate Gateway | Monday 26 June – Thursday 29 June | Bentley Campus
If you follow this blog, you will know all about Graduate Gateway so we promise this is the last time we’ll mention it! Graduate Gateway is on next week… be there or be square (sorry).

Curtin Ignition Program Information Sessions | Friday 30 June and Tuesday 4 July | Curtin Centre for Entrepreneurship
Do you have an idea or innovation that that could become a high growth business? The Curtin Centre for Entrepreneurship is running Ignition – a five and a half day intensive program which prepares you for taking your idea to the business world. The program is a blend of practical teaching sessions, expert clinics and mentor sessions, as well as advice and support from leading entrepreneurs and innovators. Scholarship applications will be closing at 5pm on Friday 7 July, while full-fee paying applications close on Friday 21 July.

Higher-degree by research (HDR) students, we haven’t forgotten about you! We have a couple of workshops on in July you may wish to attend.

Making the Most of LinkedIn (for HDR students only) | Thursday 6 July | 300.219, Bentley Campus
Attend this workshop to learn about the basics of how LinkedIn works, as well as tips and strategies about how to improve your LinkedIn content, credibility and contribution to help you achieve your career and networking goals. At the end of this workshop, you will understand how employers find talent on LinkedIn and create an action plan of how you can boost your visibility, develop vital industry networks and tap into job opportunities.

Drive Your Career (for HDR students only) | Tuesday 11 July | 300.219, Bentley Campus
Explore the concept of emotional intelligence (EQ) and its relevance not just to graduates and early career professionals, but also to job performance and career success. With graduate recruiters consistently listing emotional intelligence as one of the top ten criteria they look for when hiring, you can proactively work to grow your own EQ. This workshop will help you e
valuate and enhance your current level of emotional intelligence, analyse the link between emotional intelligence and career resilience, and apply emotional intelligence when communicating and building relationships with others.

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