Student Events and Activities
Study Geelong Career Mentoring Program
Are you an international student studying in Geelong and want to enhance your employability skills?
Or perhaps you are an employee looking to enhance your relationship building, communication & leadership skills?
Then join the Study Geelong Career Mentoring Program. It's FREE!
Mentor applications close on 13 March and student applications on 20 March.
2019 Study Geelong Welcome Event
14 March, 4.30pm Royal Geelong Yacht Club.
This event sold out last year. Don't miss out. Register now!
Join us at this FREE event for a delicious BBQ, get up close with Aussie animals (real ones!), make a GIF at the photo booth, get a welcome bag and have loads of fun!
Free Tickets to the Cricket for International Students - Sunday 13 January
Free tickets - limit one per international student. Places are limited.
The Big Bash League is Australia’s most exciting cricket format. Study Melbourne and Cricket Victoria invite you to a great night of entertainment watching the Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat at GMHBA Stadium Geelong, 6.35pm on 13 January.To register for your ticket click here.
Taste of Australia
Friday, 26 October 2018, Royal Geelong Yacht Club
The sun shone, the Aussie music played by Pete Chapman created ambience and the native animals were endearing!
What a great event this was to celebrate international education in Geelong.
The 2018 Study Geelong Jobs Forum
This event was held on 23 August at the Geelong Library and Courthouse Youth Arts Centre.
Thank you to our presenters:
- Taf Kamba, Associate Nurse Unit Manager at Epworth Geelong. Taf holds a Cert IV Nursing from The Gordon and a Bachelor of Nursing and Masters in Clinical Nursing from Australian Catholic University.
- Gabrielle Marchetti, principal lawyer at JobWatch, the community legal centre that runs the International Students Work Rights Legal Service.
Four fanstastic workshops were also held:
- Liz, Creative Director, What Your Customers Want, shared tips and tools to make networking a purposeful and enjoyable experience.
- Mel, Managing Director, HyperSocial, showed students how to use LinkedIn to build their profile and get noticed.
- Jodie, Skills and Job Advisor, the Skills and Job Centre, explained how to respond to selection criteria when applying for a job.
- Tracey, Manager Careers and Training Services, The Gordon, calmed students' interview nerves by preparing them for what they should say, do and wear.