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Job Ready: advice on starting your career in Australia
Brought to you by g’day[sa].

This is a skills development workshop with an optional intensive mentoring and network development program. Graduating international students will learn tips on starting in their careers of choice which may help gain residency in Australia.

Supported by the University of Adelaide, it is designed to fit international students to the work culture in Australia. Most international graduates find it challenging to gain their first position to match their skill or career aspirations. Many jobs in the private sector are not advertised. Graduates with better links to local networks may gain access to these unadvertised opportunities.

The workshop covers:

  • Understanding the Australian business and work culture
  • The essential skill set employers demand of all graduates (in addition to your university qualification)
  • The opportunity to be embedded in a local Rotary Club  and mentored to build business networks, get job referrals and, most importantly, will all help to get your career started.

WHEN

Tuesday, 16 April, 2013 | 10am – 2pm (includes a lunch break)

WHERE

BankSA Room, Level 1 Marjoribanks Building 10 Pulteney St

COST

$20 includes a full set of course notes and work exercises. Certificates of Achievement will be presented. Advance payment required (bank transfer details provided on registration). An additional cost is charged for the optional intensive Rotary mentoring program.

REGISTER

Register by emailing Euan at euan@gdaysa.com.au with “Job Ready Workshop 6″ in the subject line or by calling 0401 124 387.

PRESENTER

euan Euan Miller, MA Hons (Otago) GDM (NSW) MBA (Adelaide). Euan is a director of g’day[sa], and past Governor of Rotary International, an educational and humanitarian service organisation made up of 1.2 M business and community leaders who donate their time and skills throughout 200 countries.  Euan has had extensive national training experience and has a wide-ranging career in senior executive positions in both the public and private sectors.
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Will you win a seat in the Naked CEO Boardroom?

naked ceo

Join us for a free pizza lunch and participate in the Naked CEO Boardroom competition. Come and watch the latest episode of The Naked CEO with Catriona Noble (McDonalds CEO), Ask Alex a question related to this episode and you could:

  • Travel to Melbourne
  • Be mentored by CPA Australia CEO
  • Be mentored by CPA Australia Senior Management Team
  • Meet students from other universities in Australia

This could be YOU. Watch winners from last year HERE.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Date: Tuesday, 9 April 2013
Time: 12 noon – 1pm
Venue: Room UB34 (Green Room), Basement, Professions Hub

RSVP Essential for catering purposes.

 See thenakedceo.com for full terms and conditions.

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Congratulations to our School of Economics Prize Winners!

Economics prize winners

On Thursday, 4 April 2013, the School of Economics held their Prize Award ceremony for top-performing Economics students.  Donors, friends and family were in attendance to congratulate the 2012 Prize Winners on their outstanding achievements in Economics.

The special guest for this year’s Prize Award Ceremony was Economics alumnus Tim Harcourt.  Tim is a Graduate with the University of Adelaide with a Major in Economics. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of International Business Strategy at the University of New South Wales and an advisor to the Government of South Australia in international engagement.  Tim is also a prolific writer and is author of the “The Airport Economist” which is a top bestseller for business books in Australia.

A very big thank you to all of the prize donors and congratulations to the winners!

Hanh Luu – The Economic Society Prize for Macroeconomics I and Microeconomics I
Mariyam Juwairiyya  – The Ray Lewis Memorial Prize
Nicola Smith – The Ray Lewis Memorial Prize
Llewellyn Thomas – Dean’s Award for Exceptional Achievement
Llewellyn Thomas – The Economic Society Prize in Intermediate Econometrics
Thi Nguyet Nguyen – The Economic Society Prize in Intermediate Econometrics
Mingyang Wang – The Economic Society Prize in Intermediate Econometrics
Benjamin Papandrea – The E. Pollard Prize in Economic History
Rebecca Riggs – The E. Pollard Prize in Economic History
Kailash Thiyagarajah – The EA Russell Memorial Prize for Economic Theory: Macroeconomics III
Rosetta Dollman – The John Lorenzo Young Scholarship
Momeeza Subhani – The NJ Thomson Memorial Prize
Mamoon UI Kader – The NJ Thomson Memorial Prize
Eugene Braslavskiy – Business SA Prize for Level II Economics
Eugene Braslavskiu – The BankSA Prize in Intermediate Macroeconomics
Chang Yui Chai – The BankSA Prize in Intermediate Macroeconomics
Yaru Gao – The BankSA Prize in Intermediate Macroeconomics
Kyle Giumelli – The BankSA Prize in Intermediate Macroeconomics
Yahdullah Haidari – The BankSA Prize in Intermediate Macroeconomics
Manh Pham – The BankSA Prize in Intermediate Macroeconomics
Thanh Tran – The BankSA Prize in Intermediate Macroeconomics
Jiahui Wu – The BankSA Prize in Intermediate Macroeconomics
Sing Wa Cheung – The BankSA Prize in Intermediate Macroeconomics
Martin Sharp – The BankSA Prize in Intermediate Macroeconomics
Kelsey Wilkins – The School of Economics Prize for Best Honours Thesis
Kelsey Wilkins – The School of Economics Prize for Best Overall Honours Achievement
Timbul Hutahean – The Productivity Commission Prize

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Travel to Africa or Central America to GIVE: Information Session Thurs 21 March

Give Volunteer

Volunteer in Tanzania and Zanzibar -or- Nicaragua and The Caribbean This Summer

Be the “roots of change”.

Come meet us to learn more about this opportunity!

Meetings are this Thursday 21 March in the Margaret Murray Conference Room, Level 4 of Union House.
Meetings start @: 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00pm.

Make a valuable change in someone’s life by joining (GIVE) Growth International Volunteer Excursions!

GIVE is having informational meetings on Thursday 21 March about amazing volunteer opportunities in Africa and Central America this summer, and we hope to see you there.

Become a part of our volunteer community and empower local villages abroad in either: Nicaragua on both the Pacific and Caribbean coasts; or Africa on the island of Zanzibar and the Savannah of mainland Tanzania.  GIVE is dedicated to creating opportunities for community development and personal growth through education, building infrastructure, and environmental conservation projects.

Change your life, change the world, and be the roots of change.

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Everything you need to know about being an Economist

economist

To become an economist, we recommend you do a Bachelor of Economics, with strong students often staying on for one more year to complete their Honours in Economics.  Some people like to take their qualification further and will then later come back to do their Master of Economics, or even a PhD in a specialised area of research within the Economics discipline.  Skills needed include being good with numbers, being analytical, being able to research and write detailed reports.

The Bachelor of Economics here at the University of Adelaide provides a great foundation for a wide range of careers. Recent graduates have been employed by trading and merchant banks, stockbrokers, insurance companies, accounting firms, financial planners, infrastructure and utility companies, manufacturers and distributors and a wide range of federal and state government organisations. Other employment opportunities include journalism, teaching, foreign affairs and international consulting.  Completion of an Honours degree opens up more options for specialist positions in economics, including in government and business.

Potential careers

Business Consultant, Economic Researcher, Economist, Export / Import trade, Government or Corporate Policy Adviser, International Government and Trade Policy Adviser, International Trade or Business Analyst, Journalist, Banker, Business Analyst, Business Data Analyst, Commodities or Futures Trader, Diplomatic corps, Project Officer, Public Servant, Research Assistant, Foreign Affairs, Business Manager, Data Analyst, Financial Analyst, Health Economist, Humanitarian / Aid Worker, …

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Much more information about what being an Economist is all about is available on the web.  For example, I found this information below which was very helpful:

(taken from this link:  http://www.ehow.com/about_5031952_economist.html)

Economists are responsible for predicting trends in the ever-changing economy. They help various agencies to deal with money efficiently and are consulted when a change in economic policy is required. They try to predict future trends to help the economy from sinking into a depression, and help businesses to deal with down periods. Economists also have specialized areas they work in, depending on what business or area of the economy they are interested in.

Function

    • Economists analyse, interpret and predict future trends in the economy. They are especially concerned with how we spend our money and the use of natural resources. These can include land and raw materials found in the Earth as well as the use of human labour and machinery. Often they collect data through surveys, and they try to predict when a rise or fall in the economy will occur.

Types

    • Economists choose a specific area within the broad field of economics to work in. Microeconomists are responsible for individual businesses. They help the business to get the most for their money and provide the quality of service their customers expect. Macroeconomists look at the history of the economy and try to predict future developments, which can include a rise in the loss of jobs, inflation and growth in the economy. International economists study markets overseas and the exchange rates among them. They try to find the best policies that bring the most profit to both sides.

Data Collection

    • Along with conducting surveys, economists are also responsible for creating mathematical equations in which they can use the numbers from their surveys. These numbers will help in the prediction of future trends in the economy. They study business cycles to find and chart patterns. They also find and chart the trends of individual businesses to help them prepare for declines in the economy.

Application

    • Economists use their findings in various areas of life, not simply in the area of money. Health, agriculture and education, as well as other areas, are all effected by economics. They help these industries find the best ways to compete against their rival businesses, and are also employed by the government. They track various laws and determine how they will help or hurt the economy in the future.

Taxes

    • The area of taxes is strongly affected by the economy. Economists advise the government on how increases and decreases in taxes will affect people and industries, and how adjusts in social security could change the economy. They also advise the government about its own spending both in this country and abroad.
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Have we got a lot of jobs and graduate opportunities for you!

Have we got a lot of jobs and graduate opportunities for you!

Policy and Analysis Officer (new)
Waterfind Pty Ltd
Added: Today
Closes: 20-Mar-2013 Wednesday
Waterfind is looking for a Policy and Analysis Officer who will provide input into the analysis and policy research capacities of one of the leading organisations in the Australian water market

Business Analyst
Port Jackson Partners
Added: 12-Feb-2013 Tuesday
Closes: 10-Mar-2013 Sunday
Applications are now open for graduates who are interested in a career in management consulting.

Business Analysts and Associates (Junior Management Consultants)
Partners in Performance
Added: 5-Dec-2012 Wednesday
Closes: 4-Jun-2013 Tuesday
Tier 1 management consulting firm, operations and performance improvement consulting to the mining and resources industry.

Associate Consultant – Bain & Company
Bain & Company
Added: 19-Dec-2012 Wednesday
Closes: 8-Mar-2013 Friday
Bain & Company is one of the world’s leading global business consulting firm, serving clients across six continents on issues of strategy, operations, technology, organisation and mergers & acquisitions

Apple Store Leader Program
Apple – Retail
Added: 7-Jan-2013 Monday
Closes: 7-Apr-2013 Sunday
Imagine learning to run a multimillion-dollar business while working with smart, interesting, dynamic and passionate people. Apple Retail is looking for its next leaders.

National Graduate Program – 2014 Intake
John Holland Group
Added: 1-Feb-2013 Friday
Closes: 31-Mar-2013 Sunday
John Holland is seeking applications now for our National Graduate Program 2014 intake.

Australia Post Graduate Program 2014
Australia Post
Added: 12-Feb-2013 Tuesday
Closes: 24-Mar-2013 Sunday
Our exciting business transformation will change the way Australians do business and interact, simultaneously strengthening what is already one of the most iconic brands in the country.

Associate – Management Consultant
The Boston Consulting Group
Added: 7-Feb-2013 Thursday
Closes: 8-Mar-2013 Friday
Management Consulting

Rio Tinto’s 2014 Australian Graduate Recruitment Campaign
Rio Tinto – People & Organisational Support
Added: 8-Feb-2013 Friday
Closes: 11-Apr-2013 Thursday
Rio Tinto is one of the world’s most respected mining and metals groups. We’re technically advanced, environmentally sensitive, successful, and safety focused. Applications are now open for our 2014 Graduate Recruitment Campaign!

Business Analyst
Venture Consulting
Added: 12-Feb-2013 Tuesday
Closes: 14-Mar-2013 Thursday
Business Analyst position at a leading strategy consultancy specialising in Media, Telecoms and Digital Media. Offering an intellectually challenging role with the opportunity to take significant responsibility in our firm.

Analyst
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
Added: 13-Feb-2013 Wednesday
Join the finance regulator and gain a unique perspective of the industry. Excellent opportunity working in a small team supervising deposit-taking institutions. Must be degree qualified, have 18 months relevant experience and be Australian Permanent Resident or Citizen at the time of applying.

Admin/Project Support
AITEC – Corporate Education and Consulting
Added: 14-Feb-2013 Thursday
Admin/Project Support – Potential for Growth

Graduate Consultant
SMS Management & Technology
Added: 14-Feb-2013 Thursday
Closes: 1-Apr-2013 Monday
GREAT PEOPLE. GREAT CLIENTS. YOUR JOURNEY…Australia’s leading publicly listed Management Services company has Graduate opportunities available.

PwC – 2014 Graduate Program – Adelaide
PwC – Adelaide
Added: 18-Feb-2013 Monday
Closes: 11-Apr-2013 Thursday
* Enjoy unprecedented personal and professional development * Be mentored by industry leaders * Positions available in Tax & Legal, Consulting and Assurance

PwC – 2014 Vacation Program – Adelaide
PwC – Adelaide
Added: 18-Feb-2013 Monday
Closes: 11-Apr-2013 Thursday
* Kick start your career early * Be mentored by industry leaders * Placements available in Tax and Legal, Consulting, Assurance

Graduate Program 2014
Anglo American Metallurgical Coal
Added: 18-Feb-2013 Monday
Closes: 13-Apr-2013 Saturday
Opportunities for Graduates to join a leading mining company on our 2 year program – Apply Now!

Deloitte Adelaide 2013-14 Summer Vacation Program
Deloitte – Australia
Added: 18-Feb-2013 Monday
Closes: 31-Dec-2013 Tuesday
Our vision is to be the most inspiring firm to work with – for its people, its clients and its communities. We are looking for highly passionate students seeking the opportunity to work with one of Australia’s leading professional services firms.

Graduate Positions – 2014
Procter & Gamble – FMCG
Added: 18-Feb-2013 Monday
Closes: 1-Apr-2013 Monday
World’s Largest Consumer Goods Company – Lively & Fast Paced Culture – Continuous Learning & Development – A Career Not Just A Job!

Internship Positions
Procter & Gamble – FMCG
Added: 18-Feb-2013 Monday
Closes: 1-Apr-2013 Monday
World’s Largest Consumer Goods Company – Lively & Fast Paced Culture – Continuous Learning & Development – A Career Not Just A Job!

Graduate – Commercial
QGC – A BG Group business
Added: 18-Feb-2013 Monday
Closes: 18-Mar-2013 Monday
Graduates are a critical element of BG Group’s long term resourcing strategy. BG Group recruits high potential graduates in key disciplines from around the world and trains them through the BG Group International Graduate De

IAG Reinsurance Graduate Program
Insurance Australia Group – Human Capital
Added: 19-Feb-2013 Tuesday
Closes: 24-Mar-2013 Sunday
Discover the opportunities as a Reisurance Graduate with IAG.

Sales Executive
Kings Transport
Added: 20-Feb-2013 Wednesday
Closes: 20-Mar-2013 Wednesday
Kilburn | Generate new business accounts | Establish portfolio | Succession Plans | Continued coaching | Career Development | Supportive Management

Graduate Accounting Positions (new)
William Buck
Added: Last Friday
Closes: 25-Mar-2013 Monday
Commerce (Accounting) Students Up to 10 Graduate / Undergraduate Positions Large Mid Tier Accounting Practice (16 directors and over 140 staff)

Accountant (Graduate) (new)
DKM Group
Added: Last Monday
Closes: 3-Apr-2013 Wednesday
The DKM Group is one of Australia’s most progressive and diverse Chartered Accounting and Financial Services firms. Located in northern New South Wales and South East Queensland with 12 Directors and Principals and approximately 100 staff.

2014 FaHCSIA Graduate Program
Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs – Graduate Program
Added: Last Thursday
Closes: 4-Apr-2013 Thursday
Want to make a difference? The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) offers a challenging and meaningful career at the heart of the Australian Government’s social policy agenda.

Department of Defence Graduate Programs (new)
Department of Defence – Defence Materiel Organisation
Added: Last Monday
Closes: 7-Apr-2013 Sunday
Defence offers Australian Public Service (APS) graduate opportunities across four unique development programs. Each program is tailored to provide excellent learning, development and career progression opportunities in a range of career streams.

APRA 2014 Graduate Program
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
Added: Last Thursday
Closes: 7-Apr-2013 Sunday
BE PART OF PROTECTING AUSTRALIA’S FUTURE * Structured training and rotation program * Start your career with the financial regulator and gain unparallel industry exposure * Roles based in Sydney and Melbourne

2014 Westpac Group Graduate Program (new)
Westpac Group
Added: Last Monday
Closes: 5-Apr-2013 Friday
2014 Westpac Group Graduate Program * Multi-brand organisation * Students from all disciplines considered * Competitive salary * Work for a leader in corporate social responsibility

Ernst & Young 2014 Adelaide Graduate Program (new)
Ernst & Young
Added: Last Monday
Closes: 22-Mar-2013 Friday
At Ernst & Young we want you to be yourself. We want you to bring your intelligence, energy and integrity into our business.

Ernst & Young Adelaide Vacationer Program (new)
Ernst & Young
Added: Last Monday
Closes: 22-Mar-2013 Friday
At Ernst & Young we want you to be yourself. We want you to bring your intelligence, energy and integrity into our business.

Graduate Opportunities – Sales Operations (new)
Mars Australia
Added: Last Monday
Closes: 31-Mar-2013 Sunday
Great opportunities exist to join the world famous Mars business as a Purchasing Graduate in our 2 Year Graduate Development Program. Mars is responsible for some of Australia’s favourite brands, including MARS®, M&M’s®, PEDIGREE® WHISKAS® DOLMIO®

Graduate Opportunities – Accounting (new)
Mars Australia
Added: Last Monday
Closes: 31-Mar-2013 Sunday
Great opportunities exist to join the world famous Mars business as a Purchasing Graduate in our 2 Year Graduate Development Program. Mars is responsible for some of Australia’s favourite brands, including MARS®, M&M’s®, PEDIGREE® WHISKAS® DOLMIO®

Graduate Opportunities – Supply Chain / Logistics (new)
Mars Australia
Added: Last Monday
Closes: 31-Mar-2013 Sunday
Great opportunities exist to join the world famous Mars business as a Purchasing Graduate in our 2 Year Graduate Development Program. Mars is responsible for some of Australia’s favourite brands, including MARS®, M&M’s®, PEDIGREE® WHISKAS® DOLMIO®

Graduate Opportunities – Purchasing / Procurement (Buying) (new)
Mars Australia
Added: Last Monday
Closes: 31-Mar-2013 Sunday
Great opportunities exist to join the world famous Mars business as a Purchasing Graduate in our 2 Year Graduate Development Program. Mars is responsible for some of Australia’s favourite brands, including MARS®, M&M’s®, PEDIGREE® WHISKAS® DOLMIO®

Commercial and technical graduates wanted (new)
Shell
Added: Last Tuesday
Closes: 2-Apr-2013 Tuesday
Shell is a company of firsts, so we’re looking for fine minds that thrive on innovation. We need people who want to make a big difference – tackling global issues demands big thinking in every way. Apply to Shell’s graduate programme.

Finance graduates wanted (new)
Shell
Added: Today
Closes: 2-Apr-2013 Tuesday
At Shell, we’re developing all kinds of ideas to help meet the growing demand for energy. And we’re looking for ambitious students and graduates to help us do more.

Commercial graduates wanted (new)
Shell
Added: Today
Closes: 2-Apr-2013 Tuesday
At Shell, we’re developing all kinds of ideas to help meet the growing demand for energy. And we’re looking for ambitious students and graduates to help us do more.

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Great Professions Scholarships: Apps close soon

We have 4 great scholarships still available for students.

Applications close Friday, 8 March so get in quick!

John Cresswell Scholarship for the Bachelor of Economics

One scholarship valued at $3,000 for one year will be available to a commencing student enrolled in the single degree Bachelor of Economics program at the University of Adelaide.

SA Water Undergraduate Scholarships in Commerce (Accounting)

SA Water is providing one scholarship to a continuing student undertaking a program of study in the Faculty of the Professions within the field of Commerce (Accounting) at the University of Adelaide leading up to accreditation for the CPA (Certified Practicing Accountant) qualification. The value of the scholarship is $2,500 per annum and will be offered to a student who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident of Australia.  Indigenous students are encouraged to apply.

SA Water Undergraduate Scholarships in Economics

SA Water is providing one scholarship to a continuing student undertaking the Bachelor of Economics program at the University of Adelaide.  Students undertaking double degrees are NOT eligible to apply.

The value of the scholarship is $2,500 per student annum and will be offered to a student who is an Australian citizen or permanent resident of Australia.  Indigenous students are encouraged to apply.

The Mason Family Scholarship: Education

The Mason Family Scholarship in the Communication of Science is open to students enrolling in:

1) a Graduate Diploma of Education, provided the student has already obtained a degree in Science or Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences; or

2) The Master of Education (Science and Technology), provided the student is a qualified teacher of science in schools who is seeking improved qualifications.

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PwC Industry Visit – applications now open

Industry Connect Visits are back! In 2013 the Careers Service will host industry visits in all term breaks with the first events being run in February 2013. You may be eligible to apply for the following visit

What is Industry Connect?

Industry Connect is part of the Careers on the Move program. Industry Connect visits take you into fascinating workplaces to show you what your profession is all about. You will be given the chance to network with professionals in your field and hear from the experts to see where your degree can take you. From 2013, visits will take place in each term break (February, April, July and September).

 

What’s in it for me?
  • Access to highly-restricted work places
  • Networking opportunities with potential employers and industry leaders
  • A chance to learn about and develop your employability skills

 

What upcoming visit could I apply for?

PwC: Wednesday 20th February from 9.00am – 11.30am

  • Discipline: Commerce (Accounting)
    • Note: if you have a background in ‘risk-related subjects’ but are not studying Commerce (Accounting), please email careers@adelaide.edu.au to check your suitability for this event
    • Year Level: Penultimate (second) or final year bachelor students. Masters students in these disciplines may also apply
    • Cohort: Domestic students only
    • Places are limited – Apply now

 

How do I apply for the Industry Visits?

Applications Close on Wednesday 13th February. Please note that places may fill before the close date as places are limited. Register now to secure your spot.

 

  1. Email careers@adelaide.edu.au with the following information included in your application
  • Nominate which Industry visit you would like to apply for
  • Write one or two sentences in the body of the email about why you would like to be involved in the program
  • Advise your current degree and year level
  • Attach a current resume**
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KPMG Industry Visit – applications now open

Industry Connect Visits are back! In 2013 the Careers Service will host industry visits in all term breaks with the first events being run in February 2013. You may be eligible to apply for the following visit.

What is Industry Connect?

Industry Connect is part of the Careers on the Move program. Industry Connect visits take you into fascinating workplaces to show you what your profession is all about. You will be given the chance to network with professionals in your field and hear from the experts to see where your degree can take you. From 2013, visits will take place in each term break (February, April, July and September).
 

What’s in it for me?
  • Access to highly-restricted work places
  • Networking opportunities with potential employers and industry leaders
  • A chance to learn about and develop your employability skills

 

What upcoming visit could I apply for?

KPMG : Thursday 21st February from 1.00pm – 3.00pm

  • Discipline: Commerce (Accounting) and Computer Science
  • Year Level: Penultimate (second) students only. Masters students in their first semester of these disciplines may also apply
  • Cohort: Domestic and international students may apply
  • Places are limited – Apply now

 

How do I apply for the Industry Visits?

Applications Close on Wednesday 13th February. Please note that places may fill before the close date as places are limited. Register now to secure your spot.

  1. Email careers@adelaide.edu.au with the following information included in your application
  • Nominate which Industry visit you would like to apply for
  • Write one or two sentences in the body of the email about why you would like to be involved in the program
  • Advise your current degree and year level
  • Attach a current resume**
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CPA Australia looking for 2 Student Ambassadors for 2013

Are you a keen student currently studying Accounting, Finance or Business?
Do you have a strong peer network or experience working with other students?
Can you commit an average of 1-2hrs per week across Semester 1, 2013?

CPA Australia are looking for two Student Ambassadors for 2013.

As a CPA Australia Student Ambassador, you will:

1) Promote CPA Australia’s global student network, the CPA Passport Program.
2) Encourage students to participate in ‘The Naked CEO’ and ‘CPA Big Break Project’.
3) Act as a liaison between CPA Australia and university students.
4) Assist at CPA Australia events & lecture presentations on-campus and externally.
5) Distribute promotional material and promote events organised for students.

Sound perfect for your resume?

Check out CareerHub for the rest of the details and to apply.

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