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Discover how to get involved in activities and develop your talents.
Find out more about the actions you can take to develop the skills you need.
Ready to dive into the job market? Get feedback on your application and interview techniques, and learn what it takes to get noticed.
See local and international opportunities covering graduate positions, internships, vacation work, and casual or part-time roles.
Make it a habit to regularly attend a workshop to keep up to date with industry trends, develop your employability skills or connect with employers.
Familiarise yourself with workplace culture in Australia. Understand your rights at work, and how to find and secure a job.
Don't forget that applications for the Vice-Chancellor's Ancora Imparo Leadership Program are now open!
If you're a first-year student and want to realise your leadership potential, Monash University's premier leadership development program is a valuable opportunity to develop leadership skills, knowledge and behaviours, enhance your employability, and seek guidance from some of the nation's most inspiring leaders from politics, business, arts and the law.
For more information and to apply, go to https://www.monash.edu/student-leadership/ancora-imparo
You’re almost at the end of the semester and the exam period. And for some of you, your studies. Well done!
Career Connect invites you to join us for a special week of masterclasses to help give you a strategic edge in the local and global job market. Whether you’re just starting out or are well along your career path, our team of experienced career advisors will take you through five days of enhanced workshops at both Clayton and Caulfield campuses from July 1 to July 5.
You can participate in as many sessions as you wish. And if you attend three or more, you go in the running to win a $100 Coles/Myer Voucher!
To register for the workshops, go to https://careergateway.monash.edu.au/students/events/search?query=Masterclass&EventType=&campus=
*Application deadline extended!*
A.T. Kearney Australia New Zealand are committed to supporting ambitious and driven women to build successful careers in management consulting.
The A.T. Kearney Women’s Scholarship is open to female students in their second year through to their penultimate year of university, and applications for the annual Women’s Scholarship Program have now commenced.
Applications now close on Wednesday, 19 June. To find out about entry requirements for this great opportunity, go to https://atkcareers.taleo.net/careersection/033/jobdetail.ftl?job=002RB
Career Connect sends all Monash students our very best during the exam period. You're doing great!!!
If you're interested in refining your jobseeking skills, don't forget that we are still running our 'How To...' workshops throughout the month at Clayton and Caulfield. If you want to find out how to ace the interview, master LinkedIn, conquer selection criteria or make the perfect resume, we're here to help.
Find out more and register your place at https://www.monash.edu/career-connect/build/job-workshops
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Do you work in the fast food or restaurant industry? Know your employment obligations and entitlements courtesy of the Fair Work Ombudsman's new online resource.
For more information on your working rights in Australia, go to https://www.monash.edu/career-connect/explore/work-australia/rights
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Don't wait for a break in the weather! The Bureau of Meteorology's 2020 Graduate Recruitment Campaign closes this Thursday.
If you're an undergraduate, post graduate or recent graduate from Physics, Mathematics or Atmospheric Science disciplines, you could develop a career as a Meteorologist.
Apply now at http://www.bom.gov.au/careers/grad-met/
"In terms of planning and organisation, it was just invaluable to my role as a teacher." Hear Emily talk about how Student Futures developed her employment skills during her Arts and Education studies. https://student-futures.monash.edu/voices/13
For more information go to www.monash.edu/student-futures
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