Making you job ready - we’ll help you make decisions about your career, find work while you’re studying, and connect with future employers.
Apply for a range of paid and unpaid jobs on campus, including being a student ambassador or joining the casual job pool.
Connect with mentors or professional associations associated with your industry.
Register for volunteering opportunities on campus and find out about opportunities to volunteer in the local community.
Making informed decisions about your career is an important step in the transition from university to work or further study. We can assist you with your career decisions, help you find work while studying and support you to build your career.
Career Connect is available to all current students and is your one-stop-shop for all things related to career planning, industry experiences, volunteering, leadership development and even finding jobs while studying.
In addition to a range of resources and modules to help you build a job-ready application package, Career Connect has over 1,400 employers who have specifically chosen to recruit talent from the University of Tasmania.
In Career Connect you can:
- Browse part-time, casual and graduate jobs
- Build your resume
- Explore our range of student jobs - work and study at uni!
- Mock Interviews
- Personal feedback on your resume and job application
- Career Events and Workshops
My Career Essentials
Get your career off to a flying start with My Career Essentials, a set of online learning resources and experiences, available in Career Connect. Learn the essential elements to help start your career journey. Find Experiences that will enhance your studies and build your employability. Then Achieve recognition for your successes.
I-PREP is an immersive work preparation program for international students and Humanitarian Visa holders to better equip them for their future working lives, whether that be in Tasmania or globally.
The program is designed for students in their final year of study and delivers a range of experiences, including an unpaid internship in a Tasmanian organisation, to prepare students for the workplace and graduate employment.