Griffith University’s award-winning Industry Mentoring Program (IMP) is connecting students with professional role models and career coaches.
Griffith University’s range of student mentoring programs has something to suit everyone. With programs for various study areas and degree levels, plus maths, writing and industry mentoring, commencing students can tap into multiple opportunities. Faith-Marie Miller, who studies at Griffith via Open Universities Australia, says mentoring has been extremely beneficial during her online studies. “Studying online can sometimes feel like you are studying in isolation, but […]
Griffith University’s Mentoring and Orientation Hub are calling for student mentors for Trimester 2, providing a top opportunity for current students to develop a range of positive graduate attributes. Mentoring and Orientation Hub Manager Nathan Seng says the benefits of becoming a student mentor are fruitful and two-fold. “Student mentors can develop their leadership skills and experience to boost their […]
Griffith University celebrated the 24th year of its award-winning Industry Mentoring Program holding gala events at the Brisbane Convention Centre and The Island Bar, Gold Coast. Organized by program manager Nicole Graham and the Careers and Employment Team, the events brought together a group of motivated individuals including industry professionals, students, graduates and key employability […]
Griffith University's role in the newly launched Alumni Professional Development Program seeks to boost research and networking capabilities for Australian alumni
Griffith University music student Bridget O’Brien sat down the Triple J’s Alex Dyson to find out his best advice regarding university success, when he visited Griffith recently at our Student Mentoring and Leadership awards night. Alex studied a Bachelor of Creative Arts at Melbourne University and throughout his time had many valuable experiences that he […]