Archive for December, 2018

Career Connect – Register NOW for their Largest Yearly Event

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

Career Connect are proud to present their largest yearly event – the 2019 Monash Careers Expo

Want to know how to take control of your post-study job search? Register your interest now for the largest careers event on campus – the 2019 Monash Careers Expo.

Get ready for your future at the Monash Careers Expo, our largest careers event of the year. Chat with employers, listen to them talk about their opportunities and find out about career services on campus. You’ll hear from recruiters about employability and interview skills, and what they’re looking for in graduates.

Maximise your chances of landing the job of your dreams.

  • Thursday 7 March, 10am – 4pm
  • Monash Sport Recreation Hall, Clayton campus
  • Free entry with your Monash student ID card.

Open to students from all year levels, disciplines and campuses.

Register your interest now for the 2019 Monash Careers Expo, where you can meet with top industry employers to hear about their upcoming opportunities.

PACE Mentoring Opportunities

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

Opportunities for Students with Disability – PACE Mentoring Autumn 2019

The Australian Network on Disability are delighted to inform you that student applications for the PACE Mentoring Program Autumn 2019 are now open!

Positive Action towards Career Engagement (PACE Mentoring) connects students and jobseekers with disability with mentors from leading Australian businesses. It gives students an opportunity to develop their skills and confidence in a workplace setting. Previous mentors have come from organisations such as, ANZ Bank, Victoria Police, Bupa, Cummins, Australian Government Departments etc.

Ria - PACE Mentoring Program

Ria gains invaluable experience as a mentee at QBE

“Coming into this program, my main goal was to get more familiar with what the workplace is from somebody who is very experienced. I wanted to see the types of things I can do with my degree, and what steps I could take to see what else is out there” Ria.  To read more about Ria’s experience with the PACE Program, please visit our website.

How it works

Students will be paired with an experienced professional who they will meet with six to eight times within a four-month period between May to August. The meetings last between one and two hours. Students can discuss their career goals and aspirations, and get help to develop a plan for their personal and professional development.

Their mentor will help them identity and reach their career development goals and build their confidence in a workplace environment. Meetings with mentors may include:

  • Reviewing resumes and cover letters
  • Mock interviews
  • Networking with other professionals
  • Building confidence
  • Attending events and team meetings.

Am I eligible?

 How do I apply?

Who do I contact if I have more questions?

  • Contact by email
  • For all, any other queries about the program, please contact us by email or for urgent matters call 1300 36 36 45.
  • Follow the PACE Mentoring Facebook Page for updates

APPLY HERE before the end of March to be considered for the Autumn 2019 cohort of PACE. (early applications are encouraged).