The IEEE Victorian Section successfully hosted the Student and Young Professional Internship and Career Development Program. The program consisted of 3 workshops that were hosted across three Victorian universities, La Trobe University, RMIT and University of Melbourne. The workshops covered topics such as:
- Recruitment methodologies
- What companies are looking for from graduates
- Tips on getting through first recruitment stages
- How to highlight essential skills
- How to prepare outstanding CVs
- Tips for writing cover letters
- Insights into ethical & corporate behaviour
- How to kickstart an industrial career
- How to excel in the first phase of your career
- Professional values and much more
All students and young professionals who attended all three workshops will receive an official certificate of completion from the IEEE Victorian Section and will be shortlisted for interviews with potential internship and graduate employment positions.
The certificates will presented at the Victorian Section AGM Dinner on Thursday 8th December. Tickets for the dinner can be purchased here.
On behalf of the entire IEEE Victorian Section I would like to sincerely thank our workshop facilitators Chris Smith from Telsta, Prof. Elspeth McKay Fellow of ACS and Sunil Abraham from India Oil.
Some feedback on event:
The IEEE certificate program was really amazing.The first section and section from Sunil Abraham were really informative.Thank you for organising events like this.As students of LA trobe we appreciate your efforts.Please organise more IEEE events . Febin Raju
The workshops were extremely engaging and I learned the ins and outs of landing a job. Michael Seamus
These workshops were very interesting and insightful. I learnt a lot of things about recruitment processes and tips to have outstanding CV, Cover Letter and Interview performance. We had the opportunity to understand the employability process from the employer’s perspective. Also, we were taught about ethics in the workplace, and how to stand out from the crowd, both in the recruitment process and after getting the job. Teodora Raducan
The cover letter and resume writing” session at with Prof. Elspeth McKay was ver helpful – reinforcing and building on what I already knew, as well as raising some aspects of the whole application process that I was not aware of. Nic Cherry
Overall, I am very glad that I attended the series of events. Emily Goode