Guide your own personal career journey. Virtual career events designed around wherever you may be at in your career journey.
Employability Week is happening 9-13 August in semester two. Check back in late July for the schedule of events!
Before you know where you want to go, you need to understand where you are. Find out more about your Career Mapping Phase.
Discover: who you are and careers to fit you
You may have a specific industry or role in mind, or you might still be exploring your options before you decide on a pathway. As you begin to develop an understanding of career options, reflect on who you are and what you want your life to be. Start to build experiences, research, and professional connections.
Focus: on your next steps and sign up to opportunities
You may know what you want to do, however, you are still exploring how you will get there. Sign up to more programs and services offered by the University to help build your professional skills and knowledge, and connect you with professionals in your field.
Apply: for opportunities and connect with professionals for success
You know what you want to do, and have an idea of how you will get there. Now comes the next step of applying for opportunities. This is the time to learn about recruitment practices and how to successfully navigate the process.
You'll still benefit from signing up to more programs and services offered by the University to build your professional skills and knowledge, and connect you with professionals in your field.
Sorted: Transition to work or further study and continue to build connections.
You know what you want to do next, and have already taken the steps to successfully navigate the transition to work or further study. Congratulations! You'll still benefit from signing up to more programs to build your professional skills and knowledge.
Building a career in STEM - how does it benefit society?
In this episode of the STEM podcast find out about the diversity of STEM careers and their application in the real world.
The path less travelled: Becoming an entrepreneur
In this episode of the GameChangers podcast hear from University of Melbourne alumna, Rudy Wang about her journey to becoming an entrepreneur.
Black Lives Matter: The effect of power and status at work
Professor Overbeck speaks on the latest episode of the Melbourne Business School Podcast, joining host Yasmin Rupesinghe to discuss the effect power and status have on people at work, Australia's response to COVID-19 and social movements such as Black Lives Matter.
Know your work rights as an international student
Learn about your rights at work from casual employment to professional graduate roles.
Student Stories: What I learnt about Australian work rights
Hear from University of Melbourne student, Yi Su, about her tips and tricks to job hunting and gaining experience, while being aware of your rights at work.
What industries are bouncing back from COVID?
As the economy stages its recovery from the impact of COVID-19, some industries are showing strong signs of a rebound with job ads steadily returning.
Explore careers based on your work style
Complete the Job Outlook career quiz to find your work style and receive recommendations on careers that are relevant to you.
Find your career fit on the SMART Resume platform
Find out how you can use the free Career Fit tool and SMART Resume to assess your current skills and experience against what employers require of professionals in the fields you are interested in.
Finding meaningful work when living with disability
Discover why employment rates are so dire for people with disabilities in Australia and why landing an interesting and meaningful job is important to most students.
Are you a student living with disability? Access our tailored careers service for students living with disability through our GRADWise program.
Skills and Careers for the 21st Century: Where to from here?
Discover which skills are why interdisciplinary studies are becoming even more important.
How to make the most of mentoring
Discover how to take advantage of opportunities and make the most of your mentorship program.
Remember: If you attend any registered workshops as part of Employability Week, they will count towards the Leaders in Communities Award (LiCA). Events listed above without an assigned category are applicable to all Career Mapping phases.