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Tuesday @ Careers For Tomorrow Festival

August 8, 2019 by Curtin CEL Team

Tuesday @ Careers For Tomorrow Festival

Day two of our Careers for Tomorrow Festival.

Day two commences with an information session surrounding opportunities in Healthcare & Social Assistance, where you’ll discover voluntary and paid casual roles from four distinguished employers. You can find more opportunities in health sciences by visiting the Careers in Caring Exhibitor Zone.

Want to maximise your career potential? Join the Career Adaption session to learn how to become a flexible professional with our fascinating panellists and interactive transferable skills game.

For those wanting to delve inside the minds of health recruiters and learn how to stand out from the crowd during the competitive application process, register for the Pathways to Allied Health event.

Opportunities in Healthcare & Social Assistance
Explore paid and voluntary student opportunities enabling you to gain training, develop practical skills and build work experience related to healthcare and/or social and community assistance. You’ll hear from four employers in the disability, counselling and social assistance sectors who will share their available opportunities.
Find out more about who’s attending.
11:00am – 12:00pm, B408.2083

Careers in Caring Exhibitor Zone
Dedicated to careers in healthcare. Engage with employers from public health, nursing and midwifery, to allied health, dietetics, disability support and social assistance.
Exhibitors include Department of Health WA, Lifeline WA, Rural Health West, CPE Group, Sugarman Australia, Defence Force Recruiting, In Balance Physiotherapy and Fitness, Autism Association of WA, Ability Centre, Therapy Focus, Activ Foundation, Development Together, Orange Sky Laundry, AIME Mentoring, Stanley College and Aussizz Migration and Education.
12:00pm – 2:00pm, B106 Undercover Courtyard

Resume Lounge
This is your chance to sort out your job application documents to be ready for vac work, grad programs, general or professional employment opportunities.
12:00pm – 2:00pm, B102 Curtin Connect

Career Adaption: Become a Flexible Professional
Learn the art of transferring your skills to open new career pathways and become a flexible professional! Meet the panellists who each possess seemingly unusual combinations of skills and industry experiences, and how this has enabled them to navigate and add value to their roles. Our interactive games will also show how you can apply your abilities to open new career pathways.
2:30pm – 4:00pm, B103.108 Think Space

Pathways to Allied Health
Industry experts from a diverse range of healthcare sectors share their insights on the different pathways that you can explore to secure employment within allied health, including tips and tricks to stand out from the crowd during the job application process.
Find out more about our panellists.
5:00pm – 6:30pm, B103.108 Think Space

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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