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What’s On: 31 July – 4 August

July 28, 2017 by Hana Woolerson

What’s On: 31 July – 4 August

You’re back! We are so happy to see you. We are kicking off this semester with style, with the first leadership skills workshop of the Curtin Leaders Program featuring guest speaker Robin McClennan, CEO Leadership WA. We also have a couple of employer events and a LinkedIn profile review..dive in!

Leadership 101 | Wednesday 2 August | 403.101, Bentley Campus
Get the lowdown on leadership and learn the basics with the Curtin Leaders Program with our guest speaker Robin McClellan, CEO Leadership WA.

Leadership isn’t necessarily about titles and jobs, nor is it limited to people with natural charisma. It can be expressed through our everyday actions and the way we influence the lives of those around us. It gives us an opportunity to make an impact and contribute to making the world a better place, or in the words of our university, we can ‘Make Tomorrow Better’. We explore what social change leadership means and why social change is important. We look at how you can develop capabilities to help make you more effective at both an individual and team level.

LinkedIn Profile Review | Wednesday 2 August | 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.

2018 WA Department of Health Graduate Program – Information Evening | Thursday 3 August | Theatrette, Department of Health – 189 Royal Street, East Perth
Are you wondering what to do with your degree once the exams are over? WA Health’s Graduate Development Program is looking for the best graduates WA has to offer.

If you want to know more about our Graduate Development Program we’re holding an information evening where you can hear all about the application process, the skills and qualifications it will equip you with, and the opportunities it provides.

Plus you’ll have the chance to talk to current graduates about why they chose WA Health to launch their careers.

RTSA University Rail Presentation & Challenge Event 2017 | Friday 4 August | 204.233, Bentley Campus
Railway Technical Society of Australasia, a technical society of Engineers Australia and IPENZ would like to introduce you to what railway engineering is and the career opportunities within it.

We have two guest speakers from the industry on campus sharing their career insights and inviting you to participate in our upcoming Undergraduate Challenge Event. The winners could secure the vacation work opportunity with some leading engineering companies in the rail industry.

Finally, here is Kristen from Careers, Employment & Leadership, to let you know all about the Leadership 101 workshop coming up this week.

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