2 years ago

31 March, 2016

Anu Ian Ross Building

Organised by:
Engineering Students Association

Whether you’re looking to snag an internship, some work experience or that dream grad job, this is an opportunity for you. We know that you’re smart, experienced and hard working, but getting that across to potential employers through your cv, written applications and interviews is an art, and you need to practice! Lucky for you, Teach for Australia is running a workshop for engineering students! They’ll teach you about these processes and you’ll get the opportunity to workshop some of your own content.

The session with run for an hour on Thursday of week 7 - the 31st of March - from 12 till 1pm. It’ll be held in the new tutorial room in the Ian Ross design studio (bottom floor). We have a pizza lunch for participants about 1pm too! All students are welcome.

Special thanks go to Teach for Australia for this student opportunity. We totally recommend you check out what they do through their graduate program. Increasing the quality and number of STEM teachers in schools, especially rural ones, is an important cause and one that you might be involved with yourselves after university.

They are Australia’s number one not-for-profit graduate employer. In their own words: “our selection process is one of the most rigorous in Australia, so we are one of the best placed organisations to prepare Engineering students for the graduate career market.” They care a lot about professional development, which is why they want to give you a taste of it!

Applications for their graduate program close April 17. Have a squiz at their website here: http://www.teachforaustralia.org/passiton

As always, ask us in the comments section if you have any questions! You can always find us at anu.esa@anu.edu.au too.

Love from,
ESA xoxoxoxo