Intern at the Wise ASSC Blog!

Time is flying by and here at the Wise ASSC blog we are looking for a new intern to join us as the Student Editor for semester two 2019!  If you have an interest in writing and what’s going on in the La Trobe community, then this is the internship for you!  My first 6 weeks of this internship have been amazing, especially since I … Continue reading Intern at the Wise ASSC Blog!

Sourcing your own Internship or Industry Placement

Trying to find an internship or work placement can be daunting. Especially when you’re trying to do it on your own. You’ve come across some great opportunities, but you’re not sure if it will meet the requirements of your degree or fit in around your other commitments. That’s where taking the Internship and Work Integrated Learning subjects come in handy. Alongside the skills you gain … Continue reading Sourcing your own Internship or Industry Placement

Careers Showcase

Thinking about applying for an internship or ready to apply for graduate roles?   Then this is the event for you!   Even though semester has just kicked off, it’s never too early to start actively looking at making new connections in your industry. We all know that time just seems to get away once the semester really gets going, so why not make a start on your career options now.  Next week the … Continue reading Careers Showcase

Ending Chapters, New Beginnings

Graduating in May this year, Eleanor is looking forward to putting her Bachelor of Media and Communications to use and exploring her options as the year begins to progress. She has come to the end of her time here at the Wise ASSC student blog. My experience at La Trobe University over the last three years would be similar but also different to many of … Continue reading Ending Chapters, New Beginnings

A closing chapter: goodbye La Trobe, hello world!

Jessica Micallef comes to the conclusion of her time here at La Trobe as a student, and intern at the Wise ASSC blog. Well my degree has finally come to an end. Phew, what a huge sigh of relief. To think that three years ago, I was graduating Year 12, not sure what university I would end up at. Now I am three years older, I … Continue reading A closing chapter: goodbye La Trobe, hello world!