Interested in testing your skills, winning some awesome prizes, traveling for free, or scoring some extra cash? Then it’s time to take part in a work-ready competition! Competitions are a great way to test yourself, work in your area of interest, and impress employers while still studying at uni.
Each competition offers its own set of challenges and rewards, but they can all help you network, hone your professional skills, and take on practical challenges in an encouraging environment.
So why wait? Check out the competition opportunities below, and take a step towards your career goals today!
Employable Me: Casting Call Out
Northern Pictures are on the hunt for students to be on in their highly successful ABC TV documentary series, Employable Me. In its second season, the new series will feature students with a range of disabilities and conditions who have had trouble finding work and are looking for a job! If you are living with a disability and struggling to find work or believe you’re overqualified and not fulfilling your potential - please email a bit of information about yourself, including how you heard of us and a photo. Or if you are an employer open to considering one of our participants please get in touch.
GradAustralia’s Top 100 Survey
Go in the draw to win one of several $50 Westfield vouchers by completing GradAustralia's Top 100 Student Survey! All participants will receive GradAustralia’s free eBook series, Breakthrough. Your responses will help identify Australia's Top 100 graduate employers!
Digital Readiness Survey: How digitally ready are you?
In today’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) business world, these developments are transforming the way we work. Every organisation is striving to use digital technology, mobile devices and data analytics to find faster and cheaper ways to do business. Digital readiness does not relate to any particular skills or age but is a mindset. How digitally ready do you think you are? Click here to tell us!
After this one question survey, you’ll have the opportunity to undergo a psychometric assessment that employers may use as part of their selection process – allowing you to receive feedback on your personality and identify some key attributes you can bring to an organisation!