Finishing school and embarking on the next study chapter can be an exciting but nerve-wracking time for teenagers and their parents as they get caught up in a whirlwind of choosing a university.
School students are wasting time and effort pursuing careers based on biased advice says Griffith University study.
The two-day program combines creativity, initiative and unconventional thinking with cross-disciplinary learning and topical examples.
Up to 70 year nine students from around the Logan and Redlands regions will take part in the second annual GLO@Logan Innovation Challenge this month, giving them the chance to hone their entrepreneurial abilities by drawing on the realms of both business and science in order to address topical health issues. Held from 28-30 November at Griffith’s […]
Indigenous high school students on the Gold Coast gained valuable insight into career paths as diverse as law, the military and hospitality during an Australian Indigenous Mentor Experience (AIME) event at Griffith University.