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When:
5 October, 2016

Location:
Cafe Alere

Organised by:
History and International Relations Student Association HIRSA


The History and International Relations Student Association is holding their annual Careers Event, designed to connect History and IR students with propective employers.

First year or final, come along and find out more information about where your degree could take you. It is the perfect opportunity to hear from people in professional environments relevant to your study.

You will have the opportunity to listen to several panellists in a range of areas including:
-Government
-NGOs
-Academia

After the panel session, you will be able to ask questions and network with the panellists as well as a number of distinguished guests who have chosen a career in this field.

Representatives from the Flinders University Careers Centre will also be in attendance to offer further insight about how you can follow these career pathways.

It's never too early or too late to think about what path your career might take.

Key note speaker:

-Professor Melanie Oppenheimer
(Dean - School of History and International Relations)

Panellists for the evening:

-Jocelyn Galvez
(Project Officer Community Engagement - Australian Red Cross)

-Bernard O'Neil
(Consulting Historian and Editor - Porfessional Historians Association of SA)

-Nicklas Korsholt Abel
(Risk and Assurance Graduate Officer - Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure)

-Dr. Tanya Lyons
(Senior Lecturer in International Relations - School of History and International Relations, Flinders University)

-Dr. John Bruni
(SAGE International Strategic and Political Think Tank)

There will also be several other guests from different sectors available to network with after the panel.

The event is FREE, but you must register your details at the ticket link before October 5.

**Refreshments will be provided by the Alere Restaraunt