On-Campus Employer Events

On-campus Employer Events allow you to engage with our current cohort of students and raise your profile on campus. They are a great opportunity for you to provide information to students about what it's like to work in your industry, and in particular with your company, as well as any current employment opportunities or details about application and selection processes. 

Please be advised that Curtin Careers, Employment & Leadership requires a minimum of four weeks notice for all campus events.

Event Types:

  • Seminar: a presentation-based format in a lecture theatre setting
  • Workshop: Host your own session with a career development/career skills theme, or provide input to an existing
           Curtin Employability Award workshop as a guest speaker.
  • Drop In: A more flexible visit where we can arrange for you to set up a stand and chat with students on campus.
  • Networking: A great way to get to know Curtin students, networking events can be hosted in a range of formats.

Submit a request for an employer event 

If you do not have a UniHub account, register using the link at the top left or before proceeding.


FAQs:

How many students can we expect at the presentation?
The number of students attending events varies quite a bit and hence Curtin Careers, Employment & Leadership cannot accurately estimate the number of attendees. The reasons for the varying student turn-out could include clashes with classes, approaching assignment due dates and also approaching examinations.

When is the best time to conduct an on-campus presentation to maximise student turn-out?
You should refer to the Academic Calendar 2017 to help you pick the best date for the presentation. It is also advisable to avoid dates close to end of semester as students prepare for exams and assignment submissions.

How will the event be advertised?
Presentations will be advertised for free via:

  • UniHub and associated RSS Feeds (accessed through the student portal)
  • Inclusion in our weekly 'What's On' post on Careers For Tomorrow 
  • Reminders to booked students from UniHub
  • Posters at the venue on the day of the event 
  • PowerPoint slides on TV screens across campus (subject to availability).

To ensure maximum awareness of your event, it is also recommended that you purchase a social media advertising package, or invite students via a direct email (which can reach students that are not active on UniHub).