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"The detachments over the last two years have taken me on the HMAS Sydney where we travelled from Hawaii to Brisbane and to Bundaberg in Queensland for Anti Submarine Warfare."
"The company was seen as an engineer’s playground, with a highly ambitious vision."
"I hope that through car design I can genuinely contribute towards improving people’s lives by provoking positive feelings through design and conserving resources through efficiency."
"I am posted to a unit whose task is to provide engineering and logistics support to Australia’s fleet of F/A-18 Hornet multi-role fighters."
"My time with the Army Reserves gave me an early insight into people management and effective leadership, as well as practice at working harder than the usual 9 to 5."
"Get as much experience as you can on as many different projects as you can. Diversity is the key to determining the path you wish to take. And it helps to try things out first."
"This experience helped me progress from engineering student to graduate engineer. It gave me a chance to apply theoretical knowledge to practical problems."
"I found it tremendously exciting to be figuring things out and trying new things for myself, rather than simply learning what others had done."
"In a degree that requires a lot of self-motivation, it was really helpful to talk to peers going through the same experience, sharing the difficulties and celebrating each other’s successes."
"Prospective employers liked that I was flexible and confident enough to take on a role in a foreign country, and that helped me get into the 2016 Ford graduate program."
"Not only has volunteering opened many doors in my professional life, it has opened my eyes to career options and global challenges."
"Ahishek believes that his life goal is to use his skills to positively influence the lives of other people around him."
"I liked the idea of being able to create something for everyday consumers that would potentially shape and impact the way people go about their lives."
"Meeting people from around the world who are excited about space has broadened my understanding of technological possibilities and the areas we can further develop."
"It's an amazing experience to be on the set of feature films but even more amazing is being able to see that work on the big screen at the movies"
"Make a plan for your future career, but be willing to amend that plan as you develop. Always be prepared for new challenges. And step out of your comfort zone. Opportunities favour an open mind."
"The best thing these groups taught me was how to interact with a multi-disciplinary team – a skill that I’ll continue to build on and carry with me throughout my career."