10 secrets of success in securing graduate employment

download (15)Attention our upcoming graduates!

10 Secrets of Success in Securing Graduate Employment

Graduate job search is much more than getting your resume together and applying online for jobs. There are too many graduates who have this covered. This seminar is designed to help you to stand out from the crowd.

It will review strategies past graduates have used successfully to secure employment, steps you can take to improve your own job search and links to resources to help you along the way.
It is aimed at FINAL YEAR STUDENTS & GRADUATES (but students from any year are welcome). It is never too early (or late!) to learn how to succeed in finding graduate employment. The key is to start now, take action and seek help when you need it.

Students are welcome to attend seminars on any campus.

Seminar Registrations

You can register to attend a seminar by logging into the events section on CareerBoard.

Seminar access for all abilities

We try to ensure that our seminars are accessible to all students. If you have a disability and require assistance to access our seminars, please contact the Disabilities Service.

Campus Date Time Venue
Southbank Monday 24 November 10 am – 12 pm S07_1.23
Gold Coast Tuesday 25 November 10 am – 12 pm G01_3.55
Logan Tuesday 25 November 10 am – 12 pm L04_1.01
Nathan Wednesday 26 Novembre 10 am – 12 pm N44_0.21 B/D

2 Comments on “10 secrets of success in securing graduate employment”

  1. Dianne Koennecke says:

    Is there any possibility of these career workshops able to be accessed by webinar. I am an external student, but would still like to know about how to increase my potential for work i.e resume’s, tips to getting a successful graduate position in the workforce etc.

    • Hi Dianne,

      I will email you through some further information. We don’t currently have the seminars available by webinar, but I have some resources which will help. I will send these to your student email, but let me know if it’s better to send them elsewhere.

      Thank you!
      Sarah Binney
      – Student Employment and Communications Officer


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