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What’s On: 15 – 19 May

May 12, 2017 by Hana Woolerson

What’s On: 15 – 19 May

It’s mid-May! There are some cracking workshops on this week, plus the WA School of Mines Careers Day is on for our Kalgoorlie students. Details below.

Curtin Leaders Program – Making Change | Wednesday 17 May | 213.104, Bentley Campus
This workshop will help you understand the process of making changes in your life and learn tools that will help you kick old habits and stick to new ones. Understand how small changes can lead to great achievements. Dr Samantha Hall – Research Associate at CUSP, Co-founder of SimplyCarbon and Director of Rate My Space will be the guest speaker at this workshop. Samantha also attended the Homeward Bound expedition to Antarctica for female scientists…this is definitely a workshop not to be missed.

Drive Your Career | Wednesday 17 May | 300.215, 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 for all employees. 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.

LinkedIn Profile Review | Wednesday 17 May | 407.204, Bentley Campus
CBS students, make sure you drop by room 407.204 from 12:00pm to have your LinkedIn profile reviewed by one of Career Development Consultants. We offer this service every second Wednesday so if you can’t make it this week, pencil it in for two weeks time.

WA School of Mines Careers Fair| Wednesday 17 May | Graduates Hall, WA School of Mines – Kalgoorlie
Kalgoorlie students, this one’s for you! Come along to the WA School of Mines Careers Fair to engage with employers and get specialist application advice from industry professionals. You can also gain assistance developing your career management skills, broadening your career opportunities, and refining your job search techniques.

Finally, for all those who have just briefly scanned this post and have landed on this last line, you can now watch What’s On in video format! Enjoy.

 

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