Shelby Baile

Shelby is a fourth year student at Curtin University, and is currently completing a work placement with Curtin Careers, Employment & Leadership.
After finishing high school she made the ambitious decision to study a double degree in Professional Writing and Publishing and in Public Relations. She hasn’t looked back since. Studying both Commerce and Humanities has given Shelby valuable insights and experience in both fields; she enjoys writing in a variety of mediums, and on anything that catches her interest.
During her studies she has also had the opportunity to travel and see the world and, throughout her time at Curtin, has completed student exchanges in both Canada and Norway. She believes that these experiences have given her a greater perspective of the world around her, and has encouraged her to be more open to opportunities and confident in her abilities.
Shelby believes in taking chances and grabbing an opportunity when you see it. Sure, you might not end up getting it, but you might just end up on the other side of the world - climbing fjords in a country you’d only ever dreamed about.

The balancing act

December 11, 2019

Are you planning to find work over the break? Here's something to consider if your job continues into next semester... Being a university student is hard work – every semester is taken up with tutorials,... Read More

Dressing the part

April 11, 2019

Imagine you’re an employer and your job for the day is to interview a group of highly qualified applicants. You’re excited to call the next person in – their application looks promising. They’re... Read More

Staying positive

March 27, 2019

We've been talking a lot lately about the often arduous task of applying for grad programs, vac work and internships. Whether you submit ten job applications or a hundred, the chances of you receiving at least... Read More

Is an internship right for you?

March 18, 2019

With all the talk about graduate programs, vacation work and other opportunities at the moment – you may be thinking that now’s the time to find yourself an internship. Internships, either paid or unpaid,... Read More

The Creative Resume

March 1, 2019

If you’ve ever had to write a resume, and given that if you’re reading this you most likely have, you’re probably aware that it can be pretty boring. That’s completely normal, writing resumes requires... Read More

So You Want to be a Professional Writer?

February 23, 2019

Becoming a writer has long been considered something of a pipe dream for many people. And, while the profession itself is respected, the idea of chasing this dream can be met with ridicule and scepticism. But... Read More

Are you looking to lead?

January 8, 2019

Are you interested in furthering your leadership development and giving back to your local community? Maybe you want to gain some real life project and event management experience while developing new... Read More

The Dreaded Cover Letter

November 16, 2018

The average job seeker will usually put a lot of time and effort into crafting the perfect resume. It’s not until it comes time to put in the job application however, that many people realise they’ve... Read More

The Perfect Pitch

November 15, 2018

You’ve got a job interview and you’re feeling pretty confident. Your resume looks professional and your cover letter is perfect. You’ve researched the company and memorised all the details – you even... Read More

Oddball Interview Questions

November 15, 2018

When most people walk into an interview they expect to be asked the most common questions, usually relating to their experience and problem solving skills. What they don’t expect is to be asked is whether or... Read More