NCSEHE PhD opportunity — Deadline extended
- More information is available here: https://www.ncsehe.edu.au/ncsehe-hdr-scholarship-opportunity/
Australian Network on Disability (AND) have some fantastic mentoring opportunities in the Scoresby area.
AND run the PACE mentoring program that is open to any person that identifies as having a disability and is over 18. The program pairs the PWD with a professional mentor for 6 to 8 sessions to discuss all things education and employment.
The current opportunity is with Cummins South Pacific in Scoresby who will have 10 mentors involved in the program in a variety of areas including Engineering, Business, Finance, Business and Marketing.
If you’re a final-year student, we’d like to recognise the contribution you have made to your fellow students by inviting you to join the Alumni to Student mentoring program. You’ll benefit from your mentor’s career experiences and insights, as you prepare to complete your final year of study and move on to the workplace.
In this program, you’ll work together with your mentor to focus on your professional development and growth, potential career paths, and successful transition to the workplace.
This program starts in semester two.
Mentoring at Monash
Expert advice and practical support to realise the many benefits of a diverse and inclusive workplace.
The right employees are crucial to the success of every business, particularly as we navigate these challenging times, and then look to rebuild and move forward.
So what if we told you there are millions of skilled potential employees that you haven’t considered?
That this talent pool brings with it a wide range of business benefits such as greater innovation, enhanced brand and customer service, and improved staff morale and loyalty?
And importantly, that there is free and expert support to help you identify and address any barriers to accessing the many talents of people with disability?
JobAccess invites you to dive in and find out more at the ‘Reimagining the workplace to drive disability employment’ webinar.
When: Wednesday, 17 June 2020
Access: This event will have live captioning. You will be asked to provide any access requirements during the registration process. Interpreters and electronic copies of presentation are available on request.
For more information or if you have any questions or require assistance, please contact us at JobAccess@workfocus.com.
We can’t create a respectful community alone – we need your help. You can do this by getting involved in our Give Respect X Respectful Communities Art Prize. Give Respect is a student and staff collaboration that aims to promote respectful behaviour at Monash.
You’ll need to submit an original piece of art (previous works are allowed) that relates to one of the themes listed. It could be visual art, photography or poetry.
Submissions are due on or before 31 August 2020. Please see this Monash Artists Give Respect web page for more information on entry and prizes available.
Associate Professor Tim Pitman, Senior Research Fellow, School of Education, Curtin University, and Equity Fellow, National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) would like to know what barriers students with disability face, both at university and when getting the work they want after graduation.
Associate Professor Pitman is promoting a survey that he is conducting as part of a national project, funded by the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education. The project is being overseen by an advisory group chaired by Professor Katie Ellis (Curtin University) and includes members from the Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET) and Vision Australia.
The project is being conducted by Tim Pitman (Curtin University) and David Eckstein (Swinburne University) and is funded by a grant from the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education.
The survey is designed to gather feedback from students with disability as well as staff working in higher education institutions, regardless of whether or not their job role involves supporting students with disability.
Your opinions and experience are sought to help Australia’s universities do more to help students with disability get the work they want when they graduate. Students with disability are under-represented in the labour market. You can make a difference by contributing to national research into:
Students completing the student survey will be eligible for entry into a prize draw. There will be ten winners, each receiving a $100 Amazon gift voucher.
Further information about the surveys: