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Join the Career Ready Mentoring Program for a career head start

A photo by Alejandro Escamilla. unsplash.com/photos/BbQLHCpVUqA

A photo by Alejandro Escamilla. unsplash.com/photos/BbQLHCpVUqA

The Career Ready Mentoring program will help undergraduate students prepare for careers in a broad range of professional/study areas. You will be matched with a La Trobe University alumni who has achieved success in their career. Through a series of structured tasks, you will collaborate with them on setting and achieving learning goals.

Learn from your mentor’s experience and knowledge about:

  • career options and pathways
  • industry knowledge and skills
  • resumes, interviews, and job applications
  • employers and labour markets

We have more than 30 mentors from fields such as:

  • Business: management, marketing, accounting, finance, logistics, and HR
  • Communications
  • Psychology
  • IT
  • Education and teaching
  • Science research, engineering, and bio-medicine
  • Social services, public health, and social work
  • Government

The program is 6 weeks long,  beginning in November. You need to be available for regular meetings with your mentor, either in person or online.

To express your interest in joining the program, please fill out this Expression of Interest Form by 28 October.

If you have any questions, please contact Michael Healy, Careers and Employability Advisor.

Tricks of the trade – informational interviews

Informational interviews are an excellent way to find out about specific jobs and career pathways first-hand.  Once you’ve researched career options related to your degree and read occupational information for jobs that you are interested in, this is the next step. It’s about approaching people who work in the occupations you’re interested in, to gain on-the-job perspectives. Continue reading

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