We know you’re studying hard and it’s not long to go now – you can do it! Don’t forget to check out this week’s workshops, industry lectures and career development services to help get you through. This week’s all about harnessing feedback, making meaningful and lasting changes, and planning for a professional health-related career.
Making Change with Luke Webster
Wednesday 25 October | Ken Hall Lecture Theatre, Bentley Campus, 403.101
It’s been said that making a personal change can feel as good as going on a holiday – it can refresh your senses and help you think more clearly. Join Luke Webster, in a workshop lead by the Curtin Leaders Program, to find out how to make lasting change that sticks and positively effects your life and community.
LinkedIn Profile Review and Careers Drop-in
Wednesday 25 October | Bentley Campus, 407.204
LinkedIn is a great professional alternative to social media sites like Facebook and Instagram; it’s a platform to showcase your personal brand in a way that says “hire me” to employers. Take this opportunity to drop into Curtin Careers and receive feedback on how you can gear your profile to stand out in the competitive talent pool. Learn how to enhance your visibility to prospective employers and also harness your online professional network.
NADSA Careers Night
Wednesday 25 October | Bentley Campus, 400.303
Interested to hear where a nutrition and dietetics degree could take you after graduation? NADSA are bringing a panel of industry guest speakers together to discuss their exciting career journeys, and to offer advice for volunteering, networking, and the skills you’ll need for job interviews.