Exams are over, final assessments have been handed in and your holidays are so close you can almost taste them! Here are a few things you need to know before you head off on your summer break.
For some students, the end of the year marks the end of their time at Curtin. Graduate Gateway is designed for Curtin grads (and soon to be grads) who haven’t yet secured their first professional role. The program comprises five different topics each day, plus an additional morning session for a mock assessment centre. All sessions are free – attend them all, or pick and choose the ones that suit you. Book now to ensure you don’t miss out.
If you are seeking employment for the summer vacation or a full time job in Australia, CareerHub will continue to be updated throughout the summer.
Graduates are able to access CareerHub after they have departed Curtin but should follow the instructions in the “Having Problems” tab on the login screen.
International graduates heading home can view hundreds of exclusive opportunities from recruiters across the world on the Global Careers site. Curtin Alumni have access for life using their Oasis details.
The final date for graduating students to complete the Employability Award modules is Thursday 1 December. Be sure to check your CareerHub Dashboard to find out what you have left to do. If you have any outstanding modules requiring completion you can do them online via the Curtin Challenge Platform.
Curtin Careers Fair– Save the Date!
Curtin Careers Fair has been locked in for Thursday 2 March 2017, from 11:00am – 2:00pm. More info will follow in the New Year.
Careers & Employment Centre – Christmas Shutdown
The Centre remains open throughout semester break for the usual hours, but note we will be closed from 11:00am on Thursday 22 December, and will reopen at 8:45am on Monday 9 January 2017.
Finally, make sure you keep an eye on our Facebook page, Instagram, Twitter and, of course, Careers For Tomorrow over the break as we will be regularly posting content to keep you informed with what’s coming up at the Centre, as well as articles on developing your skills and career planning.