Join our webinar series

Your first job is always the hardest job to get. So many ‘entry level’ positions ask for previous experience that it’s easy to get stuck in a cycle of submitting applications and receiving rejections. We can show you how to break the cycle.

Our webinars will walk you through the rules of the game so that you apply for jobs the right way. You will learn how to access the ‘hidden job market’ where 85% of Australian jobs exist, so you can stop endlessly submitting applications to employers that aren’t even reading your resume. We also know that every culture is different, so we will help you understand what Australian employers want and set you up for success.

These are interactive webinars, so come along to our next one to ask questions and start applying for jobs the right way.

Careers in STEM

Automation and globalisation are set to influence future employment over the next 10 years. It is estimated that more than 3 million jobs will be replaced as more industries embrace technology to replace manual labour tasks.

Join us as we take a deep dive into what the future holds for those in STEM.

Not only is the number of job openings in STEM areas growing, but STEM qualified professionals are typically seen as more valuable to employers; even in areas where STEM capabilities aren’t a necessity. Many employers struggle to find talented STEM employees. Often because there are more jobs available than qualified professionals to fill them.

Register for the first webinar in the series.

Once you have registered below, you will receive an email with the Zoom Link which you can save to your calendar!

The event is  free to join.

This event is hosted by Outcome.Life


Upcoming sessions:

  • Industry Engagement Forum - 16 March 2021 at 4pm
  • Why employers demand graduates be IT literate - 23 March 2021 at 11am
  • Why Regional Victoria may be an international student's best friend - 14 April 2021 at 11am
  • You are the average of the last 5 meetups you attend - 4 May 2021  at 11am
  • Getting the most out of LinkedIn - 25 May 2021 at 11am