Job Club for International Students

Job Club is an opportunity for you to ask any questions you might have about getting work in Australia.

Whether you're looking for a a job after graduation, or getting part time casual work,  we're here to help you and answers your questions.

Learn from your peers, along with being guided by Career staff in a friendly, open, and non judgemental environment. 

Discuss ideas and thoughts about how we can look for work within the 'hidden' job market. Understand how to become more involved with the Australian culture and way of life.

Share experiences with others, and as a group discuss solutions to identified barriers.

Students will be taking away an opportunity to meet and learn from fellow students as well as talk to a careers consultant and Job Shop staff. 

Sessions:

Thursday 10 February, 2pm -3pm - Book 

Thursday 3 March - 3pm - 4pm Book 

Coming to an event on campus? Make sure you complete your COVID campus protocols beforehand.

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