Born to Network

May 25, 2018

Let’s face it, not everyone is a born networker… But, hang on, who exactly is the born networker, surely that’s all of us? Think about it - we all have networks. Our networks could be our family, our... Read More

Jun29

Graduate Gateway

Semester one is coming to an end and, for some of you, this also means the end of your study at Curtin before heading off into the wider world. If... Read More

Jun01

What’s On: 28 May – 1 June

It's Week 14 which means it's the final week of our semester one events and workshops. So, before you head off for study week and exams, here's what's... Read More

Develop your industry mindset

May 23, 2018

We spend a lot of time banging on about/trying to gently convince you that it is really important to keep on top of your industry news and trends, especially as you start to plan your life and career after... Read More

Teach For Australia

May 17, 2018

This is your chance to find out more about the work Teach For Australia does, and how to put your best foot forward when submitting your Leadership Development Program application. We recruit passionate... Read More

What’s On: 21 – 25 May

May 17, 2018

Week 13, might be unlucky for some, not so much for others... This week we're looking at how to present the best of yourself online, what you actually know about your chosen career and how you can prepare... Read More

Are you putting your stamp on your brand?

May 17, 2018

There seems to be lots of marketing language and terminology surrounding the whole job application process. Sell, market, brand, promote, position, competition, etc. But what exactly does it all mean? When... Read More

Resilience with a reason

May 17, 2018

If you were on Bentley campus on Thursday a fortnight ago, you may have noticed some very enthusiastic raffle ticket sellers raising money for Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation. What you probably didn't... Read More

Networking in the 21st Century

May 15, 2018

Recent data indicates social media usage in Australia is ragingly high; which might suggest that people who live here are brilliant networkers. On the other hand, it could just demonstrate that, because of our... Read More