How Careers Central Can Help You To Get Your Job
Tracking down relevant work opportunities – whether paid or unpaid is a time consuming task. So we’ve tried to make it as simple as possible for UOW students.
Firstly, register with 'My JobAlert' – that way we can tell you of relevant opportunities. If you don’t register – we don’t know you exist and we can’t tap you on the shoulder via email when things come up (sometimes on a daily basis).
If you want to see what’s out there – go to 'My JobBoard' – where every day, new options appear.
A new feature in 2010 includes the Jobs on Campus project.
Use the tips and advice on the Defining My Opportunities module of CareerStart to research the opportunities that may be of interest throughout your career. In order to maximise your graduate job prospects, it is important to have a range of career options available to you
Meet with employers on campus
But before you approach employers or organisations – you need to be prepared and professional. We provide workshops on all facets of job seeking. We have lots of resources to assist you with job seeking – don't forget to check out ‘The Edge’ and there is a range of other job seeking website's.
An integral part of any job application is your resume or CV – so get some advice on this early.
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Whats Happening @ Careers Central
Stepping into… - is a paid internship program, specifically designed for students with a disability who want to get paid, hands-on work experience in an industry that is relevant to their degree and chosen field of study. Details here.