Develop your career management skills and employability.
Services, resources and programs
Both face-to-face and webinar activities are held each semester to explore key career management issues. You can also meet employers at select events including the mid-year AccessAbility Careers Hub Panel Discussion and Expo. Search for AccessAbility Careers Hub on https://swinburne.careercentre.me/u/dhxjwcs7 for details and to reserve your place.
Get answers to your career questions and discuss career issues with other students in a supportive environment. This newly formed community meets regularly to talk about opportunities and chat with prospective employers. Engage as little or as deeply as you like (active listening is a great employability skill!). Lunch is provided at all meetings.
Email email@example.com to learn more.
The AccessAbility Career Hub’s partnership with GradWISE supports students with disability seeking casual, part-time and graduate employment opportunities.
For further information or to make an appointment with a GradWISE consultant, complete the GradWISE Selfie Evaluation to explore your strengths from a new angle. Note: This takes you to a non-Swinburne site. You will be asked for your name and email so that WISE Employment can follow up and provide a full profile report should you want it.
Students diagnosed with autism and/or Aspergers can access specialised services and industry opportunities with neurodiverse-confident employers.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Further careers and employability resources
At Swinburne, we offer an inclusive and welcoming environment for people living with a disability, medical condition, mental illness or with primary carer responsibilities.
We pair you with a leading employer in your area of study, and you receive credit towards your degree, professional skills and a real-life overview of your potential future.
Future Work Skills unit
Choose this elective unit to learn career building skills.