What’s On: 14 – 18 August

August 11, 2017 by Curtin CEL Team

What’s On: 14 – 18 August

It’s week three, and we are celebrating with a healthy dose of self-awareness. We have not one, but two workshops on the topic this week, with ‘Who Am I’ for our career skills workshop series and ‘Self-Awareness’ for Curtin Leaders Program. You will be floating off into the weekend on a cloud of enlightenment. For the already self-aware, we have workshops and events for you too…read on for more details!

Housing Authority – Job Opportunities | Monday 14 August | 211.230, Bentley Campus 

The Housing Authority will be on campus to chat with students about their graduate program. They hire graduates from a variety of disciplines, including commerce, psychology, arts, sociology, sustainability, business, anthropology, law, project management, urban and regional planning, and architecture. Come along to current graduates about their experiences in the program and get some tips on submitting a winning application.

Who Am I? | Tuesday 15 August | 211.230, Bentley Campus 

Self-awareness is a powerful tool that can help you reach your career goals. But what is self-awareness? This module will help you understand what motivates you, maximise your strengths and shape a career that reflects your value.

Teach for Australia | Tuesday 15 August | 211.230, Bentley Campus 

This one is for Engineering, Maths, Physics and English students! Find out more about Teach For Australia’s disruptive program and how it could fast-track your career. This information session will outline the urgent issue of educational disadvantage in Australia, and detail how you can apply to become part of the solution.

Self-Awareness | Wednesday 16 August | 403.101, Bentley Campus 

Self-awareness is important in all aspects of our lives. It helps us to know and understand our strengths and weaknesses and our emotional responses to a range of different situations. This workshop will explore a range of strategies for increasing self-awareness including values clarification, reflective practices, negative and positive self-talk, and giving and receiving feedback on our own and others’ strengths and weaknesses.

LinkedIn Profile Reviews | Wednesday 16 August | 407.204, Bentley Campus 

CBS students, make sure you drop by room 407.204 from 1:00pm 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.

Interviews | Thursday 17 August | 204.233, Bentley Campus 

Get along to one of our Interview workshops to get the low down on everything you need to ace that job interview and land your dream job. If you can’t get to a workshop, you can complete the interview module online on Curtin Challenge

NIT Australia: ICT Career Advice & Migration Tips for International Students | Friday 18 August | 204.233, Bentley Campus 

NIT Australia will be on campus to talk to international ICT students about kickstarting your ICT career in Australia, migration pathways and tips, and the ACS Professional Year Program for International ICT graduates.

Here’s Gina, our Program Coordinator for John Curtin Leadership Program, to talk you through what’s on this week.

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