A community of support to help you take charge of your career journey
Take control of your professional future with like-minded individuals through the Study Melbourne Career Club.
It’s free to join, and will support you to connect, learn and grow in a supportive and engaging environment.
Delivered by Hoodic on behalf of Study Melbourne, the initiative provides you with an opportunity to access a range of professional development opportunities online and face-to-face.
Professional development seminars and workshops Wednesday fortnightly at the Study Melbourne Student Centre
Exclusive access to an online platform with learning resources, activities and group discussions
Opportunities to volunteer and grow your professional network
How to participate
Sign up to the Study Melbourne Career Club
Take part in upcoming professional development seminars and workshops and other opportunities
Receive an invitation to access the online learning platform
Seminar and Workshop topics include
Resilience and stress management
Australian job market and employment trends
Australian work culture
Social and business English
Digital literacy and productivity
Career planning and goal setting
How it works
3 weeks learning cycle deepening your understanding of each topic
Start each topic with a seminar that contains a mix of presentation, interaction and facilitated activities
Discussion and learning content will be shared in online platform to help you review and reflect your learning
Approach workshop based on learning and discussion from the seminar and online activity to deepen your knowledge
Topic: Australian Work Culture
Do you want to know how you can start a meaningful conversation, especially within a professional environment?
We have Sam Shlansky, the CEO of Marco Polo Project in our upcoming Career seminar about Australian work culture.
Join us to learn:
- How to talk with purpose and confidence
- How to be a better listener in a conversation
- How to clearly express your ideas through effective communication
Date and time: Wednesday 7th August, 2 - 4:30pm
Location: Study Melbourne Student Centre, 17 Hardware Ln, Melbourne
Sam Shlansky CEO at Marco Polo Project
Sam is an award winning community advocate, supporter and leader. For over 10 years, he has
developed projects in rural and urban Australia as well as in the ASEAN, and speaks fluent Indonesian.
His practical experience is balanced with extensive community focused education.
In his current role as the CEO of Marco Polo Project, Sam is focused on growing the organisation for
impact across Australia and globally. He hopes to collaborate with leading institutions of learning and
directly with diverse communities.
Study Melbourne Student Centre, 17 Hardware Lane, Melbourne VIC 3000