Newly minted Griffith graduates are defying the tough COVID-19 job market and scoring their dream jobs.
Four remarkable members of the Griffith University community have been recognised in the Harvey Norman Gold Coast Women of the Year awards.
Teaching jobs are bucking the trend of shortages and are tipped to have the biggest oversupply of employment opportunities in Australia by 2022.
"There is absolutely no job in the world that could possibly be better than what I get to do every day,'' says education graduate Jessi Rankin.
Morgan to start Bachelor of Education in 2018
To be an instigator of change is one of the reasons Bachelor of Education graduate Laura Dean chose teaching as a career.
There is more to internships than simply immersing yourself in your chosen industry. Griffith University School of Education and Professional Studies academics Professor Glenn Finger and Dr Paula Jervis-Tracey recently published research in a book titled Teacher Education: Innovation, Intervention and Impact, about the importance of internships in the education industry by designing a conceptual […]