External career related events
Bureau of Meteorology Industry Night
When: Monday 11 May, 4.30-6.30pm
Where: Bureau of Meteorology's Sydney Office, 300 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, New South Wales
Want to know more about the Bureau of Meteorology's Graduate program?
If you are an undergraduate, post graduate or recent graduate from Physics, Mathematics or Atmospheric Science disciplines, you should come and find out about the Graduate Meteorology program available with the Bureau of Meteorology.
Sydney Career Forum 2015
When: 16th & 17th May 2015
Where: Australian Technology Park, Sydney - Atrium Bay 4
If you are a Japanese-English bilingual job-seeker hoping to work in Japan and/or for a Japanese company then this event is for you! The Sydney Career Forum gives you the chance to meet face to face with hiring companies looking specifically to recruit global talent such as yourself.
For more information visit the website
Teaching in Japan - Gaba Information Session
When: Monday May 25th - evening
Gaba Corporation will be returning to Australia in May of 2015 to host recruitment events. Attend an information seminar to find out more about life in Japan and teaching opportunities at Gaba.
My Chemist/ Chemist Warehouse Group - 2016 Internship Information Evening
As one of the largest Retail Pharmacy employers in Australia, My Chemist/Chemist Warehouse Group provides outstanding opportunities for upcoming Pharmacists to develop rewarding careers.
As one of the country’s leading retailers our group has over 300 stores, with more opening every month ensuring the opportunities for Intern Pharmacists are unlimited.
For more information contact Lisa Piccolo (03) 9462 9284 or Alicia Coppola (03) 9462 9238 OR .
When: Wednesday, 27 May 2015, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Address: Club Burwood (Balcony/ Bamboo Room) - 97 Burwood Road, Burwood, NSW 2134
RSVP: Wednesday, 20 May 2015
Overseas Teaching - Explore the world outside the classroom
Date: Monday 21 September
Where: Bent Street, Sydney
Limited places available, register for free now.
If you've ever thought about teaching overseas, but were not sure where to start, we recommend that you attend the upcoming overseas teaching seminar. Find out if a career teaching overseas is right for you from an experienced teacher who has lived the dream. Get your questions answered first hand, from Nick Kendell, who has been there as a new teacher, a head of school, and now a recruiter.
Advance Awards Mentoring Program
The Advance Awards Mentoring Program matches Australian university students with a 2015 Advance Global Australian Award Winner for 12 months of one-on-one mentoring.
The mentorship program aims to inspire, motivate and enlighten a community of the next generation of Australian leaders. The program provides advice to help students find direction in their studies and refine their career goals.
Mentees will be invited to attend the 2015 Advance Global Australian Awards and Leadership Summit, where they will meet the 2015 Award Winners who will act as their mentors. The final 10 mentorship program winners will be honoured at the Sydney Opera House on Monday 14 September 2015 where the Awards and Leadership Summit will be hosted.
More information available at the Advance mentoring website
Applications close: 10 April 2015
Ace Manager 2015
Ace Manager, the online business game designed by BNP Paribas experts for students around the world, is back with its new edition. The registration of Ace Manager 7 recently launched on 15 October 2014.
We warmly invite students from all over the word to experience the professional life of a banker and enrich your knowledge in finance and banking as well as marketing and management through an exciting and competitive game with intriguing scenarios, captivating characters, taking place in a virtual 3D universe.
1st session: Registration Period: 15 Oct. 2014 - 2 Apr. 2015
Competition Period: 10 Apr. 2015 - 27 Apr. 2015
2nd session: Registration Period: 2 Apr. 2015 - 22 May. 2015
Competition Period: 1 Jun. 2015 - 16 Jun. 2015
Take the BAT - Bloomberg Aptitude Test
Date: Last Friday of every month
Venue: Bloomberg office. Level 27, 1 Blight St, Sydney
Time: 10am12pm & 35pm
The Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) is a 2 hour 100 multiple choice test that assesses knowledge relevant to business, finance, and logical thinking in 8 sections.
It allows you to assess the practical and relevant skills required in the corporate world today, and compare with peers around the world. More importantly, taking the test puts your score at the fingertips over hundreds of employers who use the TalentSearch database to seek potential interns and graduates. When an employer enters search criteria, the system ranks candidates based purely on their test score only. Factors such as name, gender, age and resumes are all withdrawn, and in doing so ensures absolute transparency and equality, allowing those with true talent to stand out based entirely on their merits.
By investing two hours, you pave the way for employers to knock on your door without ever writing another cover letter or spend hours at a networking session.
By investing two hours, at the very least, you see where you stand against the rest of like-minded peers.
Best of all, it is absolutely FREE. And if you are unsatisfied with your result - feel free to repeat the test once a month, for as much as you want to, all for free as well. To date, it has been taken by over 160,000 students across 60 countries in more than 3,500 universities. Join the race today.
More information at: www.taketheBAT.com
Register at: http://goo.gl/MOEjyN
The Big Idea
The Big Idea is an initiative of The Big Issue. Undergraduate and postgraduate students from all disciplines and degrees are invited to develop a concept and business plan for a new social enterprise that might become the next ‘Big Issue’.
Apply your business skills and creative thinking to develop a social enterprise idea that has the ability to change the lives of thousands of homeless and disadvantaged Australians.
To find out more information, visit the website
Launch Date: 3 June 2015, 12pm - 2pm
Location: New Law Lecture Theatre 101, The University of Sydney