ECU - Career Services





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Uploaded on Jan 29, 2012

Edith Cowan University Career Services provides free, professional career advice and job search support to all current students and alumni (for up to 12 months following graduation).


Career Services at Edith Cowan University

It's never too early to start thinking about your career. At Career Services we can help you develop the skills to manage your career successfully through life. You can access our professional services as a student and twelve months after graduation. And it's free!

Student interview
"I wanted to study business but after two months I had doubts about the course that I've chosen so I came in to see the Career Services. They helped me work out my career goals and choose the right major to fit in with what I wanted to do."

Students have all kinds of questions about their future, like, what can I do with my degree? Am I in the right course? How do I find the good jobs? It might be accessing part time or vacation work. Or even accessing our jobs board and our workshops.

Student interview
"I plan to use the Career Services throughout my study. I didn't realise there were so many opportunities to meet future employers while still studying as well. The Career Services are a stepping stone into the workforce so use them! I've also heard from friends that they are really helpful with doing resumes, cover letters and also preparing you for job interviews."

From helping you with your first year career planning to accessing the hidden job market, it's our mission to help you achieve success in your career. So come and talk to us! Go to the Career Services website for more information and register on Career Hub.

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