Engage with students
Your event can be promoted to students in a number of ways:
- Event schedule on the Career and Employment Service website (on campus events only)
- Event schedule on CareerHub
- Static PowerPoint slides (provided by you or developed by the Career and Employment Service) are sent to academic departments and the central student enquiry centre. We will also take posters, but we prefer the slides.
- Announcements on the Career and Employment Facebook page
- Additionally, after your session, your presentation can be uploaded to our website as a PDF, reaching students that could not attend on the day
More information and registration
Login to CareerHub and register your interest in engaging with Macquarie University. Alternatively, to discuss a possible presentation or careers event, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 2 9850 7372.
Semester 2 Careers Fair (August 2018)
Details on the Semester 2 Careers Fair will be published shortly.
Employer presentations and workshops
Visit us on campus to get up close and personal with targeted students.
You can showcase your organisation, graduate or internship programs, recruitment process, culture, training or career development opportunities as part of an employer presentation. Presentations are generally for one hour and can be held from week four to eleven of each session. The cost is $170.
You could also give a workshop instead involving an interactive discussion on an employable skill such as resume writing, assessment centres, personal branding, or you can share some insight into your industry for students. Workshops are free of charge and also held for an hour on campus.
Email email@example.com for more information on these options.
If you are already registered with us on CareerHub, indicate your interest to conduct either a workshop or employer presentation on our registration form.
Career Accelerator Program
This program, launched in 2014, is designed specifically for Macquarie's top students. The CAP will involve a range of industry partners delivering workshops to students and inviting them into their workplace to meet and network with staff. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 2 9850 7372 if you are interested in participating.
At Macquarie University, PACE (Professional and Community Engagement) provides opportunities for you to connect with highly motivated, capable, and work ready students. You also gain access to an innovative group of academics and researchers and a community of inspiring partner organisations.
Our 2500+ partner organisations from local, regional and international spheres span all sectors of the economy and society across private, public, community-based and not-for-profit sectors.
Psychology Options events
Two Psychology Options events a year; one per semester which we would welcome any interested employers to attend - particularly any HR employers who are interested in the psychology majors. Please contact us for further information on email@example.com or +61 2 9850 7372.
Interviews on campus
Campus interviews are a convenient and efficient option for both students and employers. Employers conducting campus interviews are encouraged to give a targeted presentation whilst on campus. For further information and bookings, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 2 9850 7372.
Scholarships and prizes
You are welcome to establish a scholarship or prize for Macquarie students who excel in specific aspects of university and community life. To enquire about establishing a scholarship or prize, contact the Scholarships Office on email@example.com.
Sponsor a student group
Macquarie has over 170 student groups and societies, offering numerous ways for employers to effectively engage with, and support, students with specific interests. For further information, contact the Campus Life Administration Office on (02) 9850 7610.
Our Indigenous community
Walanga Muru – the Office of Indigenous Strategy provides quality support services to Indigenous staff and students at Macquarie. You can be involved with our office by:
- arranging community events and school visits through our Recruitment and Outreach Program
- becoming a mentor or supervisor through our Indigenous Cadetship Program
- becoming a tutor through our Tutoring Program.
Walanga Muru has also developed an Indigenous Strategy Green Paper. This paper proposes seven new strategic directions for the University that supports and promotes Indigenous inclusion, access and participation. This paper is the first step towards building capacity for Indigenous excellence at Macquarie.