Do you ever wonder how on earth you’re supposed to find employment in your future field when the job market is insanely competitive? I often stress endlessly over all of the qualities and skills I am yet to develop. Is my resume good enough? Do I have enough experience? Will I embarrass myself in the interview? These questions can set you up to fail before you’re even qualified enough to apply for the job!
In an effort to ease these daunting thoughts, I’m always on the hunt for opportunities that can put me one step ahead of the rest. Conferences, forums, leadership positions and programs, the list goes on and on. The upcoming 3-day Student Leadership Conference at Rockhampton North campus is another incredible opportunity to develop employability and skills.
Over the 5th, 6th, and 7th of November, at the 2019 Student Leadership Conference, you’ll ‘Be inspired and empowered to be the change you wish to see in the world.’
With a theme of ‘storytelling’, the conference aims to build relationships, inspire action, and ignite your passion for personal leadership.
What Can You Expect From Attending?
- To participate in empowering workshops
- To network with fellow CQUni students and staff
- To be inspired by guest speakers such as Dr Melinda Mann and Josh Worley.
But hurry, registrations close on the 20th of October. Visit Student Leadership to find out more.
Still Want More Leadership Skills?
All CQUniversity students can also enrol in a free online leadership course, complete with certification upon graduation!
“Designed to complement your academic studies, the program will ensure you are career ready, and have the skills and capabilities to graduate as a self-aware, high performing employee. Student Leaders also graduate as a socially responsible community member, with the capacity and enthusiasm to address complex issues of the future.”
Check out the free short-course and enrol today!
Jasmine Mitchell is a current Diploma of Nursing student and member of the Social Squad – a group of content creators helping to promote student and campus life at CQUniversity.