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  • Volunteer to make a real difference - thousands of opportunities!

    18 January 2018

    As a Monash student, you can access thousands of volunteer roles online. Help out on campus. Join a project in a suburb near where you live. Or become an ambassador for an issue you care about. Whatever you choose, you’ll be valued and respected as a volunteer.

    The skills you learn while working to help others will last a lifetime. You’ll practice teamwork, project management, leadership and empathy. And volunteering can improve your chances of finding paid work. But most importantly, you’ll make a real, lasting change in your community.

  • Get your resume right - check out our tips and ask us for feedback

    18 January 2018

    A potential employer’s first impression of you often comes from your resume. (Also called a CV for curriculum vitae.) Your resume offers a snapshot of your qualifications and qualities – and it could determine whether or not you get an interview.

    We can help you create a clear, concise and neatly organised resume. One that’s tailored to the job you’re applying for. Get your resume right and doors will open.

  • Join us at the Midsumma Pride March: Sunday 28 January

    15 January 2018

    Monash will march with pride at Melbourne’s iconic Midsumma Festival. The Pride March recognises and celebrates Victoria’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) community. Tread the well-worn path and take steps towards the future knowing that the fight for equality still isn't over.

    • Sunday 28 January
    • 1.30 – 4.30pm
    • Ian Johnson Oval, corner of Fitzroy Street and Lakeside Drive, St Kilda
    • Register now.

    Arrive before 2pm to see the opening act, the much-loved pre-march procession by Dykes on Bikes, followed by thousands of colourful marchers. After the march, enjoy the festivities in the Catani Gardens, which will go on until 7pm.

  • Register for Evidence Based Practice short course

    15 January 2018

    Want to learn the basics of clinical research and the principles of Evidence Based Practice (EBP)? Come along to the two-day Introduction to Clinical Research and Evidence Based Practice short course.

    • Thursday 8 March & Friday 9 March
    • 9am – 5pm
    • Monash School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Conference Room 2 & 3, 553 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
    • course fee $600 (incl. GST) per day – attend one or both days
    • Register now.

    The course comprises formal lectures, small group discussions and workshops. On Day 1, you’ll cover the basics of EBP, including research designs. On Day 2, you’ll put new learnings to use in exercises, including critical appraisal of the literature.

    For more information, phone 9903 0693 or email shortcourses.depm@monash.edu.

  • Register now for the Graduate Study Expo on Tuesday 30 January

    8 January 2018

    Discover how Monash graduate study will help you make a difference in the world. Don’t miss out on the Graduate Study Expo!

    • Tuesday 30 January
    • 4–7pm
    • The Hotel Windsor, 111 Spring Street, Melbourne
    • Register now.

    The Graduate Study Expo gives you a chance to chat with a course adviser about various opportunities. You can also attend faculty presentations on specific areas of study.

  • Library hours during the summer break

    22 December 2017

    For summer hours for the Caulfield Library, Hargrave Andrew Library, Law Library and Sir Louis Matheson Library, Peninsula Library, and Pharmacy Library, go to Library opening hours.

  • Advice re unusual offers of employment

    18 December 2017

    There have been recent reports of students receiving offers of employment which require students to use their personal bank account to receive and pay money or buy/sell bitcoin on behalf of the employer and their clients. This is not a reasonable request.

    Should you receive an offer of employment from an employer you have never met, with terms and conditions which make you uncomfortable or seem unusual or suspicious, it is important that you fully research the opportunity to make sure the offer of employment is a genuine one. Also, check that the conditions you are being offered are in line with the legal rights you are entitled to when working in Australia.

    If you’d like more information or advice about these matters, go to Fair Work Ombudsman.

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