Whether you’re an athlete or employee, CQUni alumnus Helen Moore (BBus 1995) believes the key to Games success is challenging yourself – something that’s returned rewards for Helen throughout her career.
There have been years of preparation for GC2018 – which is dubbed to be Australia’s largest sporting event this decade.
It was early 2012 when Helen joined the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC) as the General Manager Finance Business Services.
With previous experience in tourism, infrastructure and government agencies, Helen says she got to the Games by being prepared to challenge herself. Continue reading Challenging self key to Games success
When you were studying did you ever have a moment where you weren’t sure where your study was taking you, what your graduate role would be like, or how to get a graduate job?
Many students have moments like these; and the people best positioned to give advice in these times are those who have experienced it (we’re looking at you, graduates).
To help with this, we’ve launched the 30 Minutes a Month program, where alumni (another word for graduates) are rewarded for participating in small activities that make a big difference to students.
Continue reading Introducing our latest alumni program
The social innovation and impact space has been abuzz with activity so far in 2018. This social impact wrap contains information on programs, partnerships and opportunities creating change in our communities.
Continue reading Committed to social impact
Above: Alumnus of the Year for Early Career Achievement, Paul Tabone, prepares for a role.
CQUni graduates make an incredible impact on their own life, and that of their family, workplaces, industry and communities.
Each year we recognise a few of these outstanding accomplishments to industry and community through the Alumni Awards.
We’re proud to announce our 2018 winners, and celebrate where their qualifications have taken them, and the impact they are making.
Continue reading Congratulating our 2018 Alumni Award winners