With only four weeks of Semester Two left, we’ve got workshops for professional development, industry presentations, and volunteer information sessions coming up – ready to prepare you for the summer break. Now’s the best time to start thinking about how you can make the most of the last few weeks on campus to help shape your future career.
Conflict Management with Amanda Rickman
Tuesday 10 October | Ken Hall Lecture Theatre
We’ve all experienced an uncomfortable encounter in the workplace or at uni, but working through it can be half the battle. Explore the art of conflict resolution with guest Amanda Rickman, who tells us that conflicting situations can be resolved with clear management and a positive response.
LinkedIn Profile Review Drop in For CBS Students
Wednesday 11 October | 407.204
With employers regularly checking LinkedIn for graduate profiles to see if they could be a good fit for their team, it’s so important to optimise your digital presence. If you’re unsure how to use your LinkedIn profile effectively, drop in and have a chat with a Career Development Consultant to see how you could make yourself stand out in the competitive crowd.
Human Biology Pre-clinical Career Event
Wednesday 11 October | 400.249
Interested in hearing about what doors could open with a Human Biology or Bio Medical Science degree after graduation? Join us at this industry guest panel event to get advice for networking, job interviews and what a day in the life of a graduate looks like.
Thursday 12 October | 105.107:CT
Making a professional digital footprint that demonstrates your personal brand has never been more important in today’s internet-driven world. This workshop is aimed at understanding how you should present yourself to the professional world, as well as how to create a clear career strategy for your personal brand.
Could you be a Curtin Student Ambassador?
Friday 13 October | Bankwest Lecture Theatre
Looking to get involved on campus? Why not volunteer for the 2018 Curtin Student Ambassador team to share your passion for uni life and degree with prospective students. Attend the information session to hear how the program works, what it entails and how you could benefit from being involved.