RMIT students are supported with a wealth of career building resources to improve employability, whether they’re looking to up-skill in their current field or kickstart a new career.
Here are some of the ways we help our students prepare for career success:
The first step to getting a job is applying for a job, and the first thing employers ask for is a resume. Our resume building workshops provide expert advice on writing a strong CV and making the best first impression possible.
Feeling confident in an interview can instantly set a candidate apart from their competition. Our interview practice sessions help students familiarise themselves with the questions employers ask, and improve their ability to talk about their achievements.
We don’t think geography should get in the way of the perfect job. RMIT’s global job search brings together millions of jobs in over 50 countries, from thousands of job sites, newspapers and recruiters.
Our elevator pitch builder helps students develop an energetic summary about them, their goals and what they can offer in less than 60 seconds. Elevator pitches can be used at networking events, when meeting new contacts or at job interviews to sell ideas or land the perfect job.
Got a great idea for a start-up? Get help from the RMIT Activator, our multi-million dollar initiative designed to support new student-led business ventures. RMIT also facilitates regular networking and discussion groups to foster an environment of vibrant entrepreneurship.
RMIT’s industry mentoring programs pair students with experienced professionals working in their field for one-on-one guidance and support. Students start building a professional network of their own and learn how best to take advantage of their new skills from someone who has been there and done it all before.