Please provide us with the following details:
Career information interviewing synopsis:|
Purpose - To gain specific career insights.
Duration - Usually one contact.
Process - Student interviews Deakin Alumni member.
Method - Done over the phone or face to face.
Terminology - Alumni = interviewee, Student = interviewer.
Purpose - To assist in career decision making and transition to the workplace.
Duration - Series of contacts.
Process - Mutually agreed goals and actions.
Method - Done via phone, email and face to face.
Terminology - Alumni = mentor, Student = mentee.
Deakin University is committed to experiential learning and supports many work experience
placements sought by students. Many courses such as health, environmental science,
politics and education have structured work placements as part of the course.
Others encourage students to undertake work placements for industry recognition
purposes and/or to build their skills and their resumes. If you indicate on this
form that you/your company would be willing to offer an internship or work
placement to a Deakin student, a member of the Jobshop team will contact you.
Work Synopsis|Please enter a brief work synopsis to assist students in their
search for a suitable mentor or interview partner. Here are a couple of succinct examples;
Example 1. 'I am a dedicated stockbroker working at UBS. I've been a stockbroker for
15year with a specialty in mining stocks. I have worked my way up from settlements officer
to broker assistant before becoming a junior stockbroker. I've mainly worked for prestige
broking houses with my own client base.'
Example 2. 'I've been a fund accountant with IOOF for 18 months having been a junior
fund accountant at SuperPartners for 4 year. I started my career as a graduate accountant at
Accenture developing the skills required to progress to where I am today'.
The Deakin University Alumni Community offers a range of volunteer
opportunities for Alumni members.Volunteers provide invaluable assistance in
helping to enhance the programs and activities of the Deakin Alumni Community.
Volunteering provides you with the opportunity to stay in contact with Deakin
University, while having fun and developing new skills and networks. You can be
involved whether you are living in Victoria, interstate or overseas.
Upon registering your interest to be an Alumni volunteer, the Central Alumni
Office will then contact you to discuss potential volunteering options in
your area(s) of interest.
For further information about available volunteering opportunities at Deakin
University email the Central Alumni Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deakin University CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B
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