RMIT Experience Fair 2014

Looking for vacation work, graduate employment, internships, global and volunteer opportunities and work integrated learning placements?

Helper at the Experience Fair.

Create your future career at the Experience Fair.

The Experience Fair is your chance to:

  • learn about your potential career paths
  • meet prospective employers face-to-face
  • discuss career options and a range of job opportunities
  • improve your employability skills
  • collect information about opportunities across a wide range of industries.

Regardless of what year level you are in, this is your chance to find out more about a wide variety of volunteer, vacation, graduate and internship opportunities.

Register

Register for the Experience Fair through CareerHub.

Date and location

Date: Tuesday 5 August, 2014
Location: RMIT Storey Hall, City Campus, 342-348 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Morning session: 10 am – 12.30 pm

For students from:

  • Business
  • Communication and Digital Media
  • Community Services and Social Sciences
  • Computing and Information Technology
  • Education and Training
  • Justice and Legal disciplines.

Afternoon session: 2 pm – 4.30 pm

For students from:

  • Architecture and Building
  • Art and Design
  • Engineering
  • Environment and Planning
  • Health and Medical Sciences
  • Science disciplines.

Exhibitors

To make the most of your time check out which employers are exhibiting and targeting your program (PDF 205kb, 6p).

Program

Download the Experience Fair 2014 program (PDF 1.1MB, 6p)

Entry requirements

Your RMIT student ID card is required for entry.

How can I prepare before the Fair?

Employers receive thousands of applications for a small number of positions. Students can impress employers at the Experience Fair through research and preparation, so:

  1. Check out the list of employers who attended the 2013 Experience Fair and make a list of those you want to target
  2. Attend an Experience Fair Preparation session. Log into CareerHub for details.
  3. Prepare questions to ask employers
  4. Practise your introductory pitch.

Download the Experience Fair preparation quick tips (PDF 202kb)

Find out how to get the most out of the fair:

Hear what students had to say in 2013

Hear what students had to say about the 2013 Experience Fair.

Further information

For more information about work experience visit the Careers Toolkit (login required).

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