Contact the Employability Programs team

Career support and advice at university is about helping you get started in your career. Access our Career Ready resources on finding a job, work based learning, volunteering opportunities, or making decisions about your career and connecting to programs to develop your career readiness.

If you are seeking advice on changes to your enrolment or choosing elective subjects, please visit ASK La Trobe to receive course advice.

Access Employability programs and services

Webinars

Career Ready Essential Webinars

On-Demand Webinars covering a broad range of topics are available to help you develop your employability, both in semester and out of semester.

View our Career Ready webinars to learn more about:

  • Resumes
  • Cover letters
  • Interviews
  • How to develop experience
  • LinkedIn
  • Finding part time work
  • Key selection criteria
  • Industry experience
  • Career Ready Advantage™
  • Career planning
  • How to research your career options

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Career Ready Consultations

Career Ready Consultations

Are you looking to clarify your future career direction? Do you need help to align your course of study to your career aspirations?

The Employability team have a range of resources to assist you to explore your options and pursue your career goals. Complete our suggested career development tasks to assist you to make effective career decisions.

Reach out to the team via a virtual drop-in, offered at various times on weekdays. Employability Advisors are also available to provide specialist one-on-one career guidance and counselling via video or phone.

Book a virtual drop-in or appointment

Career Questions

Career Questions

Have a careers related question for the team? Post a CareerHub question and receive brief recommendations and advice.

Ask a Question

Alumni

Information for Alumni

Alumni have ongoing access to resources, including LinkedIn Learning and can attend Employability events. All Events and resources can be accessed via CareerHub.

For access issues Alumni should email careers@latrobe.edu.au

Staff

Information for Staff

The Employability Programs team is available to provide specialist support to staff from across the University to connect co-curricular experiences to our sector leading program, Career Ready Advantage™, and to provide advice for industry and employer events for La Trobe students.

Our team can support you with:

  • access to career development learning resources, such as LinkedIn Learning, our 360 virtual Career Ready Centre and Big Interview
  • tailored careers information and support for your students
  • support for discipline specific industry and career events, networking and information.

For information about our main services:


Career Information

Access an extensive suite of current and topical self-help resources to assist you in reaching your career goals.

View our extensive suite of current and topical On Demand self-help resources to assist you in reaching your career goals.

Careers Resources

Information and direction on finding a job, volunteer roles and virtual experience programs

  • Access information sheets
  • Search listings for job and volunteer roles
  • View online workshop/webinar recordings
  • Research and connect with employers looking to hire graduates in Australia and around the world with EmployerConnect
  • Access virtual experience programs via Forage

Information and direction on applying for jobs

Topics may include:

  • Resumes
  • Cover letters
  • Interviews
  • LinkedIn
  • Networking
  • Finding part time work
  • Developing skills and experience
    • Access information sheets
    • Recordings on these topics can be accessed here
    • Big interview - online interview skill development and practice.

Information on exploring career options

  • Workshops and events around exploring career options are advertised on CareerHub
  • The Career Summaries are based on the jobs and companies La Trobe graduates have gone on to work in, and the technical and transferable skills students can develop throughout their course.

CareerHub login problems

Use your student username (e.g., students\12345678) and password to login to CareerHub. If you are having difficulties logging in, please contact:

Student IT Support