Student mentors reap benefits while making a positive difference

Inside Griffith
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Griffith University’s Mentoring and Orientation Hub are calling for student mentors for Trimester 2, providing a top opportunity for current students to develop a range of positive graduate attributes.    Mentoring and Orientation Hub Manager Nathan Seng says the benefits of becoming a student mentor are fruitful and two-fold.  “Student mentors can develop their leadership skills and experience to boost their […]

Think big and win big with the Griffith Innovation Challenge 

Department of Business Strategy and Innovation
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Imagine developing a big idea and earning credit towards your degree, with a good chance of winning up to $10,000 to launch your concept.  That could be your reality, thanks to the Griffith Innovation Challenge.      Griffith Innovation Challenge and 3 Day Startup Project Coordinator Simon Barclay says all Griffith undergraduate students are encouraged to enrol in the 10CP course, regardless of […]

Griffith’s Industry Mentoring Program celebrates another successful year

Corporate
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Griffith University celebrated the 24th year of its award-winning Industry Mentoring Program holding gala events at the Brisbane Convention Centre and The Island Bar, Gold Coast. Organized by program manager Nicole Graham and the Careers and Employment Team, the events brought together a group of motivated individuals including industry professionals, students, graduates and key employability […]

Griffith-led bid for funding a success for QLD Universities

Corporate
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Griffith University will lead a consortium of Queensland Universities following a successful funding bid from the International Education and Training Partnership Fund. The project is designed to enhance the experience of international higher degree by research (HDR) candidates at Queensland Universities. The $90,000 project is to deliver an employability program while building cultural competency and […]

Five minutes with…Peter Creed

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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Professor Peter Creed began professional life as a practitioner working with adolescents and adults who were displaced, confused about their life direction, or struggling with their careers. These interests carried over to research in the areas of career development, career progress, and career achievement. We spent five minutes with Peter to learn a little more…. […]