Graduate Researcher Careers Week
18 - 22 June marks Careers Week for graduate researchers at La Trobe. This week-long festival of events, brought to you by the Research Education and Development team in conjunction with Career Ready, will help you manage your skills, knowledge, and experience to navigate your way along the career path you want. Events feature experts from across the University and employers, and will help you learn new skills and ways of thinking about what you have to offer, promote La Trobe’s suite of amazing industry-based opportunities, and help you discover your purpose. Go to face-to-face workshops and information sessions, read regular blog posts on The RED Alert, and join our Tweetchats (@LTUresearchers). The social media tag to follow is #LTUCareers.
Sessions will be video-conferenced to regional campuses.
Careers Week schedule
|Monday 18 June, 9.30 - 4.30pm||Are you career ready? - Learn about La Trobe's exciting new initiative to help you increase your employability and prepare for the career you want.||Melbourne Campus and via video-conferencing||Graduate researchers||To be opened nearer the day|
|Tuesday 19 June, 2 - 4pm||CV check-up - Bring along your current CV for an informative one-on-one discussion with consultants from the Career Ready Team||Research Commons, Library||Graduate researchers||Booking not required|
|Wednesday 20 June, 1.30 - 2.30pm||PhD industry mentoring for ASSC and SHE - Industry mentoring is a powerful way to expand your professional network in industry sectors while being supported by an experienced industry leader. Meet current and previous participants to the program and ask them about their experience.||Melbourne Campus and via video-conferencing||La Trobe PhD candidates||To be opened nearer the day|
|Thursday 21 June, 1.30 - 3.00pm||Networking tea and panel of employers and Unitemps representatives||Melbourne Campus and via video-conferencing||Graduate researchers||To be opened nearer the day|
|Friday 22 June, 1.30am - 2.30pm||Research internships with industry - Learn about research internships in external organisations relevant to your area of expertise, and meet current and previous La Trobe interns to hear about their experience.||Melbourne Campus and via video-conferencing||Graduate researchers||To be opened nearer the day|