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What’s On: 16 – 20 October

October 13, 2017 by Curtin CEL Team

What’s On: 16 – 20 October

Summer is right around the corner, exams are creeping up and, before you know it, you’ll be on the end of year break. So, make the most of the last four weeks of semester and start planning your first career move, work on your professional behaviour, and take your understanding of workplace culture to a whole new level.

Graduate Careers at Coca Cola Amatil
Tuesday 17 October | 204.234, Bentley Campus

Are you seeking graduate employment for 2018? Coca Cola are heading onto campus to present some exciting career opportunities opening within the organisation. Come along to this industry presentation to hear how you could be part of an iconic brand, network with Coca Cola business leaders and sample some of their products.

BAE Systems – Science, Engineering & Architecture graduate opportunities
Wednesday 18 October | Building 215, Engineering Pavilion, Bentley Campus

Join Aerospace Engineering Director, Brad Yellard from BAE systems Australia as he presents on all things engineering, technology and design. Find out how employment with one of Australia most established defence contractors and tech companies can lead you to a rewarding career after graduation. Free pizza on offer as well.

Understanding Culture with Dr Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes
Wednesday 18 October | 403.101, Bentley Campus

Did you know that a better understanding of cultural perspectives could make you a more effective leader? Dr Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes, who is a researcher, writer and lecturer of the Masters Human Rights Education program at Curtin University, tells us in this workshop that being open to new knowledge and experiences can really set you apart in the talent pool.

Boost Your Professionalism
Thursday 19 October | 300.221, Bentley Campus

Whether you’re undertaking an internship or heading into the workplace over the summer, the opportunity to boost your professionalism before you start could prove really beneficial. Sign up for this workshop to learn how to effectively contribute, communicate, and practice professional behaviour.

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