Unitemps ‘Find a Job Workshops’ will be taking place over the next month on both Nathan and Gold Coast campuses. Students will learn how Unitemps operates, how to be a successful candidate and how to access other Careers and Employment services. These workshops will also be a chance for students to see the various employment opportunities available to them through signing up with Unitemps.Continue reading “Unitemps Find a Job Workshops”
Meet Timothy Chew, our Remarkable Student for April, 2019!Continue reading “Timothy shares how he demonstrates continuous improvement during his studies!”
In 2019, make the Griffith Careers and Employment Service a priority in your university experience! We can assist you with any advice you may need to do well in your job search. We can help you find part-time, casual and full-time employment.Continue reading “Unitemps, Employers on Campus, Seminars, and Cool Careers Initiatives in 2019!”
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The next Meet the Wavemakers | Signs of Movement event is coming up on August 2 and is a support event for the A World View: The Tim Fairfax Gift exhibition that is currently on display at Gallery at HOTA until September 9.
Guests to this event will participate in a lively discussion on movement and its cultural manifestations. No topic is off limit as these experts in their fields talk about how they use movement through their ideas and practice. They will share stories about their lives, works, fears and everything in between.
“The Gallery is looking forward to bringing to the Gold Coast an event that offers a rare opportunity to meet and engage with nationally recognised professionals from contrasting areas of the arts,” said Tracy Cooper-Lavery, Director, Gallery at HOTA.
This year’s Wavemakers are Geraldine Barlow, Curator of International Art, QAGOMA; local artist Dr Chris Bennie and Co-founder of Boomerang Bags, Jordyn De Boer.
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Date: Thurs 2 Aug
Time: 7.30pm – 9.00pm
Cost: $15 / Concessions $10
To book tickets, visit www. hota.com.au/gallery/meet-wavemakers-signs-movement
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Superfly – the film that helped define a genre in its characters, look, sound, and feel – is reimagined with Director X, director of legendary music videos (Drake, Rihanna), introducing it to a new generation.
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NSW Government are reaching out to Griffith Students this semester to apply for their 2018 Graduate Program. NSW Government will be at Nathan Campus on Monday the 24th of July from 12:00 – 1:30PM in N78 -1.24. Due to recent expansion, NSW Government have seen the value of expanding their recruitment pool to out of state applicants. Griffith University was among their list of Unis with students that they wanted to meet.
It’s that time again! Time to be updated with interesting, informative and timely information from your Careers and Employment Service.
By Alex Hargreaves
This question occurred to me a few times as a student, but each time I shrugged it off and thought ‘probably too soon’ until I graduated. I always had different part time jobs when I was studying, until towards the end of my degree, when I had a full time job. I thought that I need not bother looking at different career options in my final year because I already had a job that paid the bills and that would buy me time to figure out what it was that I really wanted to do.
Unfortunately, this way of thinking hindered me from applying for many really great opportunities that I could have tried for at the beginning of my final year. I am very happy where I ended up, but I have no idea what opportunities I passed on simply because I didn’t know about them. The reality is, the time to start thinking about your career is: the moment you start University!
By Alex Hargreaves
On the 21st of March, the Tesla S Model made its first appearance on a university campus. That university was GRIFFITH. If you were lucky enough to be at Nathan that day or if made an effort to be there for the event, you would have had the privilege of gracing your eyes over the shiny, black, energy efficient automobile that Tesla is famous for. You can have your own Tesla S Model for a mere drive away price of $131743. If that doesn’t motivate you to aim for a high paying graduate job, I don’t know what will.
Graduate recruitment season is an exciting time for most final year students. It’s the time that you can apply for the 2018 Graduate Program of the company(ies) of your dreams and begin tailoring video introductions, resumes and interview practice questions to fit the culture of those organizations. Behind all the hype, it should also be considered that some of us will be disappointed. Namely, international students who have discovered that the program they wanted to apply for is only open to Australian/New Zealand Citizens or Australian Permanent Residents.
Hello fresh faced students of 2017! We look forward to meeting you here at Griffith Careers and Employment and we hope that you will benefit from engaging with our services. If you are a continuing student and you have used, or have always wanted to try the services we offer, 2017 is the time.