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Graduate recruiters place a premium on students who have participated in WIL programs as they recognise that these students are work ready and are also likely to be making more informed decisions about their career choices.
A valuable step in your personal development and work readiness is the ability to identify and approach potential employers and hosts. This can be a challenge however is extremely valuable.
MMH299 Business Communication will be of great value in preparing students for this task.
To find a work integrated learning opportunity, identify the industry or community sector you want to work in. Below are a number of links for you to search for prospective employers, advertised positions and networking opportunities that can lead to a placement.
The Deakin Careers unit in the Division of Student Life produces an excellent booklet called Internships and Work Experience.
Work integrated learning units use customised assignment cover sheets. These are provided on CloudDeakin once a student is enrolled.
The student evaluation is completed using an online survey tool. Details are on CloudDeakin.