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Get Connected Careers Fair

The School of Science hosts an exciting annual event where students from both our disciplines have the opportunity to attend our Get Connected Careers Fair.

This event is an opportunity for industry representatives to engage with our students via stalls and by networking.  The purpose of the event is to encourage conversations relating to careers advice and how students can prepare for employment, whether they are commencing students or those about to graduate.

Our students will have the chance to network with industry professionals, explore the range of career pathways available with representatives from Australia’s top employers, and speak to Graduate Program recruiters in the large foyer space in building 32. Our students will also be able to learn more about industry associations related to their degree at the event. By engaging and networking with industry, the students will be able to receive a stamp on their 'Career Passport' from the industry stalls and if they have at least 6 stamps, they can go into the draw to win amazing prizes such as a Microsoft Surface Book or one of 10 ColesMyer gift vouchers!

There will be an opportunity where our students can have their photo professionally taken for their LinkedIn account profile.

All students from the School of Science are invited, however, greatest benefit will be to those students in their final years of study looking for graduate recruitment rounds and/or offering post-graduation summer internships, showing new students what career options are available and the importance of starting their employment journey as early as possible.

Previous event dates:

  • Thursday, 15 March 2018 (ECU Joondalup Campus, Bldg 32, 3.00pm - 6.00pm)
  • Friday, 8 March 2019 (ECU Joondalup Campus, Bldg 32, 3.00pm - 6.00pm)

Please see below the list of Industry who attended the event.


Asterisk Information Security

Australian Computer Society (ACS)

Australian Computer Society Foundation (ACS Foundation)

Australian Information Security Association (AISA)

Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO)



Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre


Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions

Department of Defence

Department of Finance

Department of Fire and Emergency Services

Department of Primary Industries & Regional Development

Department of Water and Environmental Regulation

Diamond Cyber Security

Environmental Engineers International

Ernst & Young (EY)


Hospital Benefit Fund (HBF)


Kelly Scientific Resources


PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

Rio Tinto

Royal Australian Chemical Institute

Sharon Brown & Associates

WA Department of Health

WA Museum

Water Corporation

Woodside Energy Ltd.

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