- Qantas Loyalty
- Aurora Energy Research
- Northern Sydney Local Health District
- Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning - Victoria
- more to be confirmed.
Launch Your Career: Life & Health Sciences/Careers in Science Week is a four-day showcase of career opportunities across the Sciences and Health sector. Employers will hold online sessions covering information on graduate, intern, and employment opportunities.
This is an excellent way to find out about career opportunities and gain tips on recruitment processes.
The four-day event will offer an impressive line up of career-focused sessions with the aim of preparing you for the graduate job hunt and kick starting your career in the Sciences and Health sector!
Register for your chance to join:
Don’t forget to clean up your LinkedIn profile using this LinkedIn Guide so you can connect with the employers after the event.
Do your research
Before the event, research the employers attending to find out which employers suit your interests and your industry.
Ensure you follow up on opportunities. If you have a conversation that goes well, write a thank-you email to the recruiter after the engagement event, just as you would for an interview. You may consider attaching your resume to the e-mail if you feel it's appropriate and make reference to the conversation you had with the individual.
If you can't make this event, there will be plenty of other opportunities to network with employers throughout the year via other industry-specific events which are part of UNSW's Launch Your Careers series as well as our Employer Presentations.
This employer engagement event is only available to UNSW current students and recent graduates.
Absolutely not, you are welcome to attend as many sessions as are convenient for you.
While this event is focused on the Science sectors, all UNSW students and recent UNSW graduates are welcome to join irrespective of academic discipline.
This engagement opportunity may not be suitable for an MBA student, please refer to the AGSM Career Development Centre for MBA-relevant opportunities.