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Catching up with Judy Hang

Judy Hang is in our University Pathways Program participant and has a passion for the Arts, a VCE Bursary Scholarship from Skyline and is kicking some serious goals so we decided to catch up with her to find out more. Let’s start with what’s your favourite TV show and why? 
 This...
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Catching up with Andreas Zakhari

Andreas Zakhari is an awesome University Pathways Program (UPP) participant. Andreas loves science, is passionate about equality and social justice and has brought a lot of great energy to our UPP program this year.   What’s your favourite TV show and why? I like too many! I do...
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Writing an awesome resume

Getting on the road to employment can be really tough, so we’ve asked the experts what they think makes the big difference. The third part of our series shares some helpful hints to write an awesome resume from Ernst & Young.  Resume writing… at some point we’ve...
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Exploring Kakadu with young Indigenous crew

Our City Camp Manager, Dave Ciavarella, was recently invited to assist on an expedition with young Indigenous people from the Northern Territory as part of the Foundation of Young Australian’s IMPACT program.  Needless to say, we were delighted to be asked to be part o...
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How to ace your first interview

Getting on the road to employment can be really tough, so we’ve asked the experts what they think makes the big difference. The second part of our series shares some wise words and interview advice from Ernst & Young to help you ace your first interview.  Interview advice...
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How to be a personal branding machine

Getting on the road to employment can be really tough, so we’ve asked the experts what they think makes the big difference. The first part of our series is about personal branding.  What is personal branding? Does it matter? How do I use it to my advantage? These are all...
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