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UMSU INTL: Stay Home, Stay Employable

Now is a great time to develop your career goals and an action plan. Thus, UMSU International and careers & employability team are now delivering our support and services online.

Want to discover how to find out the latest job trends and future predictions to be informed for networking, job applications and interviews? Attend this practical workshop and learn how to research your future career using labour market websites, industry reports, employer lists, and company reviews.

Topic: Alumni Discussion Panel

Join UMSU International and Careers & Employability Stop 1 as we hear from a range of excellent speakers who are from the University of Melbourne’s international alumni community but are also volunteer mentors in various career mentoring programs across the university.

Together, they will share their stories around securing employment, developing their career portfolio, and how they adjusted to the work culture after graduating from the University.

Learn about their career journey and gain valuable insights that will help you in developing your own path as well as find out opportunities that are currently available to you in developing your professional network such as volunteer and career mentoring.

Date: Thursday 14 May 2020
Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Registration link: https://careersonline.unimelb.edu.au/students/events/Detail/1275560

Topic: Job Seeking & Knowing your Work Rights

Navigating the Australian job market and knowing your work rights as an international student can be challenging, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are an international student and can relate to one or more of these situations, then this session is for you!

-Seeking part-time work but are unsure of your options
-Currently employed and have a related question
-Have questions about your work rights

Date: Friday 15th May 2020
Time: 2.30 – 3.30pm
Hosts: Student Peer Leader Network
Registration Link: https://forms.gle/fvL5tHd3c3o3u9Fw9

More Events here can be found here: Stay Home, Stay Employable General Events