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What’s On 6 – 10 July

Last week we had more than 2000 bookings into 14 Graduate Gateway sessions - so this week we taking the chance to catch our breath! While we don't... Read More

Getting organised

July 3, 2020

Bethany is a B-Comms student and a mentee with the Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program (CSMP). Earlier this year, she took part in a video promoting our Quiet 30 initiative at the Curtin Careers Fair to... Read More

What’s On 29 June – 3 July

June 26, 2020

THIS WEEK IT'S ALL ABOUT GRADUATE GATEWAY! We'll be hosting workshops across the week covering the broad range of skills you need to approach the job market with confidence, especially given the current... Read More

Workplace Update #12

June 24, 2020

For this week’s Workplace Update we focus on WA moving to Phase 4 of the Recovery Roadmap. While there are still delays to our borders opening, things are looking hopeful for interstate travel and for... Read More

Chats online

June 24, 2020

If you had a one-way ticket to Mars and could only bring 15 kg of luggage – what would you pack? What’s something common from your childhood that will seem strange to future generations? These may seem... Read More

Selection criteria, it’s still a thing

June 23, 2020

You’ve crafted your personalised cover letter and spruced up your resume.  All writing tasks are now successfully completed, unless… there’s still that matter of addressing the dreaded selection... Read More

Linking in 2020

June 18, 2020

The thing about LinkedIn that’s a bit different - you need to be comfy with self-promotion. Essentially, you’re self-promoting your digital CV. Is it still relevant in 2020? We think so. It’s still... Read More

Workplace Update #11

June 16, 2020

This week’s Workplace Update looks at recent changes regarding COVID-19. While there is downside, with increased unemployment, we’re hopeful that less restrictions will see the return to business as normal... Read More

Thinking cover letters!

June 15, 2020

The thing about cover letters – some employers want them and some employers don’t. But, sitting down and writing a cover letter is definitely a worthwhile experience. Why? It’s one of the best ways to... Read More

What’s On 15 – 19 June

June 12, 2020

It's the first week of exams - are you ready? We know it's a unique set of circumstances this time round, but remember - it's unique for everyone! Don't forget to look after yourself this week - eat, sleep,... Read More