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Robots and JCLA can provide a point of difference

October 12, 2017 by Curtin CEL Team

Robots and JCLA can provide a point of difference

Samuel Gibson, penultimate Mechatronic Engineering student, talks a little about robots, John Curtin Leadership Academy, and his strategy towards getting into a relevant graduate job. He delves into what can give students a point of difference and his plan of attack. He also offers some key advice on getting to like networking.

Samuel will be in the market soon for vacation work; we’re sure he will impress employers.

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