Drop in to get help with subjects and skills - Section contents

There are a range of drop-in sessions run by students throughout semester where you can get help on a subject or building important skills. No bookings are required, so you can drop in at your convenience and speak to a Student Peer Leader about what you can do to improve.


Need help creating your CV? Preparing for interviews? Finding an internship, graduate opportunity or part-time job? Student Peer Leaders have been in your situation and are trained to offer you advice and guidance based on their own experiences. Drop in to an employability session to check your resume and cover letter, get tips for approaching employers and develop workplace skills using online tools. Open to all students.

Employability drop-ins will run in the Baillieu Library on:

Mondays 11am – 1pm Baillieu Library, Main Entrance Foyer

Careers & Employability Studio

From 5 March 2019 you can drop-in and have your employability questions answered by Student Peer Leaders and professional staff at the Careers & Employability Studio, located on the Ground Floor of STOP 1 building.

Tuesdays 10am - 5pm Room: G04 Ground Floor of STOP 1 building (north end)
Thursdays 10am - 5pm Room: G04 Ground Floor of STOP 1 building (north end)

You can also find Student Peer Leader advice at Employability skills workshops. Register for upcoming workshops through Careers Online.

Study and Learning Drop-ins

Our Study and Learning Drop-in sessions are a central point for you to get academic help in all areas. Bringing together pre-existing services from across the University, Study and Learning Drop-in sessions provide you with staff and peer support for everything from acing Maths and Stats, to refining your academic writing, and improving your library research skills. Visit the Study and Learning Drop-ins page for the full schedule of sessions.

Student Peer Leader Network

To keep up to date on peer to peer support and activity, join the Student Peer Leader Network Facebook group.

The Student Peer Leader Network and SMASH are funded by the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).