Stories about creating impact
STEM Sisters Mentoring Program
Study Melbourne Ambassador Ruwangi Fernando is creating impact through a mentoring program for STEM women of colour.
NexStar building entrepreneurial excellence
Study Melbourne Ambassadors recently attended a NexStar workshop aimed at promoting entrepreneurialism amongst international students.
'A Walk in My Shoes' champions LGBTIQA+ student community
The Study Melbourne Student Centre and Meld Magazine hosted an event celebrating creativity, diversity, inclusion and queer international students.
Towards Gender Equity: Interview with Ruwangi Fernando
Future Female conference panellist and Study Melbourne Ambassador Ruwangi Fernando talks to us about her work on gender equity.
Why Future Female is a landmark conference
Organiser Belle Lim and panellist Ruwangi Fernando talk to Study Melbourne about what they hope to achieve through the Future Female conference.
Volunteer for community focus and a new career path
Olena feels passionately about the role that volunteering can play in both your personal and professional life.
Volunteer and broaden your horizons
Cristina was looking for a job and feeling homesick for her home in the Philippines. She was recommended for a new job through her volunteering net…
It pays to persist for your ideal volunteer role
Finding a volunteer role that aligned with his values, interests and skills was a dream come true for passionate engineer and project management st…
How volunteering can lead to a new path
Andrea looked forward to establishing a career in engineering technology. Volunteering has now taken her in a new direction.
How volunteering builds leadership skills
Don Doughty has helped to shape the international student volunteer program. He is a strong advocate for volunteering in his student community.
Clara Hoetzel - volunteering
Clara Hoetzel is an international student studying to become an Event Manager. Her volunteering experience has given her practical skills.