External career related events

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2016 Events

Spark Festival Sydney

When: Monday 24 October, 12.30–1.30pm
Where: GA Sydney, Level M, 56-58 York St, Sydney

Land your dream job at the next big thing!
Working at startups is hotter than ever, and for many job seekers it’s not just a coveted and fun place to potentially land a job, it’s also where they can learn the most about their chosen profession and be given the most responsibility.

This class will investigate how job seekers can prepare themselves for success and land a job at a startup where they can learn, grow, and have fun. You'll leave with a handful of suggested events and resources perfect for taking that next step in your own journey.

Chartered Accountants ANZ Semester 2 Events

Chartered Accountants ANZ are running a number of events throughout semester two focused on upskilling students through interactive workshops

  • First Year Development Day: Tuesday 25 October
    Feat. HR from multiple organisations!

Further information at charteredaccountantsanz.com

Academics International - UK Teacher Recruitment Event

When: Wednesday 26 to Thursday 27 October
Where: Sydney location

Academics International invite you to attend face to face interviews with visiting UK Principals in either Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne, this October.

These Principals will be looking to recruit for teacher roles beginning as early as January 2017. You will also be able to discuss opportunities for Easter 2017, and even as far ahead as the new academic year the following September.


Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Programme

When: Monday 24 October and Tuesday 1 November, 6–7.30pm
Where: Consulate-General of Japan, Level 12, 1 O'Connell Street, Sydney

The JET Programme seeks to enhance internationalisation in Japan by promoting mutual understanding between the people of Japan and those of other nations. Specifically, the Programme aims to enhance foreign language education in Japan, and to promote international exchange at the local level through fostering ties between Japanese and foreign youth.

It offers university graduates and young professionals the opportunity to serve in local government organisations as well as public and private elementary, junior high and senior high schools.

Applications close 18 November

2016 Macquarie Female Business Series

When: Thursday 27 October, 11.30am–1.30pm
Where: Macquarie Office, The Cinema, 1 Martin Place, Sydney

Learn essential networking skills and how to work your way around the room. Hear from Shemara Wikramanayake on the benefits of networking and how it could help your career.

Shemara is the Head of Macquarie Asset Management Group and recently named one of the 2016 BOSS True Leaders. We're inviting first and second year female students from any academic discipline to register their interest in this rare opportunity to hear from Shemara. We'll also give you helpful networking tips and insights and give you the opportunity to practice your skills in the session with representatives from across our business.

Applications close 20 November