Plan your career journey

Your career will take many turns, it will evolve and develop, and it is highly likely that across your career lifespan, you will change industries and roles a number of times.

To navigate the new world of work, it is important to think about who you are, what you can offer an organisation, and how you present yourself.

Get career advice by attending an event or program, and learn more about your professional identity and career pathways through our career planning toolkit.

 Identify your interests

 Find what motivates you

 Engage in activities that align to your goals

Opportunities for career advice

My Career Adviser
Join this self-paced program to access a range of online careers and employability resources.
Cuppa and Careers
Receive career advice from a member of the career development team, and connect with students over a cup of coffee or tea. These sessions are delivered online and on the St Lucia campus.
Career Advancement Program
Do you want to super-charge your employability? Do you have previous workplace experience (e.g., internship or fulltime role) and want to enhance your ability to articulate your capabilities to future employers? Then register for our Career Advancement Program! (click on the 'Find out more!' Events link below. Once details of upcoming programs are available they will be posted here under the 'Career Development Programs' tab.)

Career Planning Toolkit

Developing a career plan and understanding your values and strengths enables you to choose the right career path for you.

We have curated a range of resources that you can utilise throughout your degree, to identify your learnings and strengths.

Women and non-traditional career journeys

Women are achieving amazing things in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). However, as of 2022, they only make up 27% of the workforce across all STEM industries (Australian Government, 2022)

We sat down with four women who have navigated and flourished in non-traditional occupations. Hear their experiences and why you should consider joining them in striving for gender equity in STEM.