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DiversityHub aims to strengthen the connection between students and employers and contribute to further enhancing inclusion in the workplace.

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Sign up to DiversityHub e-alerts and stay up to date about events, job opportunities and initiatives in the Employability, Diversity and Inclusion space.

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Career & disability appointments for UQ students

UQ Students with a disability can access an on-campus (St Lucia) appointment with an employability specialist. Please book appointments for a Career & Disability Appointment directly through StudentHub.

Initial appointments are conducted in person at Student Services (building 21D) with flexible follow up appointments conducted either in person, over the telephone or via skype.  The specialist consultant is based at the St Lucia campus each Thursday and is hosted by the Careers Service.

For more information about the partnership between UQ & Maxima in the National Uni specialist employment partnership project (USEP), please contact Joachim or Krista at careers@uq.edu.au or visit the USEP website for more information including other participating Universities.

Walk-in career conversations

Do you need to speak with a Career Advisor quickly? All students are welcome to attend a walk-in chat with one of our Career Advisors for any employability related enquiry. This is a great place to start for the following questions which may not require a full appointment:

  1. Unsure of who to speak to regarding employability/career type enquiry
  2. Guidance for appropriate referrals/resources
  3. Confused about next steps in an employability/career related enquiry
  4. Resume/application/interview question or follow up

One of our Careers Advisors will be available during semester for Walk-In enquiries.

*Please note, bookings are not required for these enquiries

  • When: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays from 10:30 – 11:30am during Semester
  • Location: Biological Sciences Library building 94, Ground Floor, front desk (next to Darwin’s café) 

Career planning resources

It’s easy to get started developing your employability and job searching skills at any time during your studies at UQ. Student Employability at UQ encourages you to get involved as early as possible in order to give you the time to discover, explore and try new pathways.  Employability supports and education are offered within Faculty and online.

Mentoring & Internships

Positive Action towards Career Engagement (PACE) Mentoring connects jobseekers with a disability to mentors from leading Australian businesses.
Our friendly ZOOM peer mentors are third year or above who have experienced university with a disability or lived experience of mental illness and wish to share with you how they have achieved success.
Out for Australia aims to equip aspiring LGBTIQ professionals with information, skills, contacts and role models to make their transition from university into the workplace easier.

Stepping Into Internships Program (paid internships)
CareerTrackers links Indigenous university students with employers for paid, multi-year internships.

Employment Opportunities


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If you would like to promote an event, list an employment or volunteering opportunity via DiversityHub, please contact careers@uq.edu 

Staff are welcome to sign up for DiversityHub e-alerts to receive information about Employability, Diversity and Inclusion.

The UQ HR Diversity and Inclusion team is able to support staff with information, resources and professional development opportunities, for further information, please contact UQ Diversity and Inclusion Group 

UQ's DiversityHub aims to increase the visibility of opportunities and organisations that are actively engaged with initiatives which support inclusion in the workplace. 

Please contact UQ's DiversityHub via careers@uq.edu.au for more information regarding advertising and student engagement on campus. 

Neurodiversity refers to the broad range of individual differences in brain functions and behavioural traits that are part of the normal variation in the human population. For example, neuro-atypical individual differences include autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, and Tourette Syndrome.

The objectives of the Neurodiversity Hub are to:

  • improve employability of and employment opportunities for neuro-atypical students,
  • assist neuro-atypical students to obtain appropriate paid work experience and internships;,
  • provide partner organisations with an untapped talent pipeline,
  • drive innovation with our partners, clients and collaborators by tapping into the unique abilities of neuro-atypical individuals,
  • undertake research on how to integrate neurodiversity in employment transition programs, human resource management practices, and leadership development, and
  • disseminate state-of-the-art resources for students, educators, managers, and organisations.

Neurodiversity at work guide

The guide aims to raise awareness among employers of neurodiversity in the workplace and to inspire more employers to take action to create more inclusive workplaces where neurodivergent individuals can thrive.
Neurodiversity at work website
Neurodiversity at work guide (PDF, 427 KB)


Diversity Hub research liaison

Professor Charmine Hartel
QLD Diversity Hub Research Liaison


Charmine Hartel

+ 61 7 3346 3486

Adjunct A/Prof Anna Krzeminska
QLD Neurodiversity Hub Co-Director