Often the missing link between an employers ‘wish list’ and a student, is a track record in a variety of workplace experiences.
Work related experiences don’t just increase your employability, they can also clarify your career intentions. For some, it can even be a ‘try before you buy’ for both student and employer.
At Careers Central we offer you a variety of experiences within and outside of the curriculum that are open to undergraduate, postgraduate, domestic and international students.
To find out more about which opportunity suits you best, explore the links below.
- Career Ready Learning and Practice (CRLP200/CRLP201)
- Global Workplace Practice (GWP800)
- UniVative Programs
- Global Workplace Practice (GWP100)
- Lucy Mentoring Program (LUCY)
- Faculty Workplace Learning Programs
- UOW Work Integrated Learning Subjects
- Paid Internships/Industrial Experience /Cadetships/Scholarships/Vacation Work
- Volunteering in Australia and Overseas
The Fair Work Ombudsman provides a range of advice and help to understand workplace rights and responsibilities. It is recommended that university students seeking unpaid work experience include it as a formal part of their studies. Exemptions include volunteering with your chosen not for profit or volunteer organisation.
We understand the challenges in getting work experience and the benefits of clarifying your career plans to increase employability. Please visit us at Careers Central to explore the various ways we can support you.