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> Register and pay before 10 February 2014 - $1230.00 > Standard fee after 10 February 2014 - $1470.00
If you are unable to register for a booth through the online link, please download the Sponsors and Exhibitors Brochure, to complete and return the hardcopy registration form at the rear of the document.
Please note: if you are unable to pay by credit card at the time of registration, early bird rates MUST be paid prior to the Early Bird closing date of 31 January. If payment is not received by this date, TTW reserves the right to adjust the registration category to the standard rate of registration.
Unique to Careers Fairs in Australia, Tertiary to Work is a joint initiative of
the Careers Services of
The Australian National University
University of Canberra, and
Australian Catholic University.
This partnership has been successfully bringing employers and students together through the Tertiary to Work graduate job fair for
14 years. The unique nature of the event provides employers with
access to students and graduates from each of Canberra’s tertiary
institutions on the one day and one venue. The event is widely
publicised at each of the universities to ensure maximum attendance
by an informed and targeted audience. Our Careers Services staff work
hard to understand your recruitment needs and to deliver a student
audience to match those needs.
In 2013, over 1400 students attended Tertiary to Work to find out about graduate and vacation openings in a range of occupations and industries. Students value this opportunity to meet with employers to discuss employment options and to learn about new developments in your industry. This event is a wonderful opportunity for you to raise your organisation’s profile as a leading employer of students and graduates.
This event is a wonderful opportunity for you to raise your organisationís profile as a leading employer of students and graduates.
The event is heavily promoted by the Careers Service on each campus, which draws on a potential pool of over 25,000 students, studying a wide variety of fields. Over 73 Employer Organisations were present at Tertiary to Work 2013.
Further information about the course offerings at each university can be accessed from the Tertiary to Work website: www.canberra.edu.au/tertiary-to-work
If you are a Human Resources manager in the market for professionally qualified staff, or if you are a recent graduate starting a career, Tertiary To Work will have something for you.