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Friday @ Careers For Tomorrow Festival

August 12, 2019 by Curtin CEL Team

Friday @ Careers For Tomorrow Festival

Day five of our Careers for Tomorrow Festival.

We officially wrap up the Careers for Tomorrow Festival! Tune into the Faculty of Business and Law’s Short Term International Experiences presentation to discover how you can earn credit towards your degree whilst travelling. Learn the basics of finding work in Australia, get advice on visas and work rights in Finding a Job 101 & Visa Information Session.

Meet the organisations who offer opportunities to work abroad, cross-cultural internships and volunteering experiences at the Exploring Your World Exhibitor Zone.On top of that, Indigenous students – we have employers coming especially for you!

Join an interactive panel to discuss what effective leadership looks like for careers of the future, and explore emerging trends in Leadership for Tomorrow’s World of Work. Thinking of a gap year or how to maximise your holiday? Our final event for the week is presented by Curtin Abroad and STA Travel as they present Explore Your World: Gap Years, Voluntourism, Study Abroad and Working Holidays.

Business & Law – Short Term International Experiences
The Faculty of Business and Law coordinate short term international programs for our students. Experience a short course, project, study tour or internship abroad and earn credit towards your degree whilst gaining vital international experience.
10:00am – 11:00am, B408.1019

Finding a Job 101 & Visa Information Session
Come along to discover the basics of finding a casual, part-time or professional role in Australia. You can also get general advice on both student and graduate visas.
10:30am – 12:00pm, B501.116

Exploring Your World Exhibitor Zone
Proudly sponsored by Navitas Professional.

Are you passionate about international opportunities, including voluntourism, work or study abroad? Want to volunteer for a meaningful cause? This is the day for you!
Exhibitors include Navitas Professional, Prospero Teaching, Development Together, Challenges Abroad, CRCC Asia, Milner International College of English, ACICIS Study Indonesia, Curtin Abroad, GoGlobal, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Business and Law Mobility Team and AIESEC in Curtin.
For Curtin’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, see the organisations providing Indigenous-focused opportunities including Curtin’s Aboriginal Student Placement Program (ASPP), Department of Communities WA, Department of Health WA, AIME Mentoring and AFL Sports Ready.
2:00pm – 2:00pm, B106 Undercover Courtyard

Leadership for Tomorrow’s World of Work
Join a dynamic panel discussion on the leadership we need to guide us into tomorrow’s world of work. Explore the impact of artificial intelligence and automation, agile ways of working, big data and an increasingly diverse workforce. What opportunities do these trends hold? How can leaders fully harness them while navigating the transition from the old ways of working to the new?
Find out more about our panellists.
3:00pm – 4:00pm, B204.233

Exploring Your World: Gap Years, Voluntourism, Study Abroad & Working Holidays
After spending three or four years studying full time, you might be left wondering “what next?” Or maybe you’re a student wondering about completing part of your degree overseas. This information session, delivered by Curtin Careers, Employment & Leadership in partnership with STA Travel and Curtin Abroad, will shed light on these issues and more.
3:30pm – 4:30pm, B403.107

Remember, if you participate in three or more Festival activities, including the Exhibitor Zones, and give us your feedback, you will go in the running to win $1500 towards a professional development opportunity of your choice, sponsored by Rio Tinto. We will email all eligible students a link to the evaluation form at the conclusion of the Festival.

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