Waikato Students' Union
--Where Students Unite--
Come and join
To BEAT student Debt
Waikato students will be protesting against student debt and allowances scheme on May 19 Wednesday. Meet outside the bank at 12.30 before we move to town.
Protesting is an age old physical and visual demonstration of a healthy democracy in action.
Let's have a good time and make things better for students!
Remember to enjoy yourself.
::: Transport will be arranged for students to come back to University:::
Please forward this message to as many students as possible
Make sure you don't miss out on the 2004 Jobs4grads Careers Fair @ Waikato.
The Careers fair is for all students at all levels of study.
If you are in your final year of study these organisations want to hire you for full time permanent work beginning at the end of A or B semester. You need to apply very soon or you'll miss out!
If you are in the earlier stages of your degree you need to attend to find out what employers are looking for in you when you graduate - are you on the right track? Do you really need to do Honours? Would volunteer work help your chances with these organisations? What else do they look for besides grades? These are all questions you can find answers to. Additionally, organisations like the Army have options to help you minimize your student loan, and Student Job Search will have information on their FutureGrad program which helps you develop the workplace skills you need for the end of your degree, now!
When: Tuesday 18th May 2004. 10.30am – 3:30pm
Where: WEL Energy Trust Academy of Performing Arts Centre, University of Waikato, Gate 1, Knighton Road, Hamilton.
Organisations attending and their areas of interest:
- ANZ (All management majors, Law, Communications, Professional writing, HR, Sociology, Social Science, IT, Languages)
- BDO Spicers (Accounting)
- Beattie Rickman (Accounting for direct employment, all other disciplines for their recruitment consultancy)
- Farmers Trading Company (all disciplines)
- Fonterra (all disciplines)
- Ministry of Education (Social Sciences/Arts/all those with an interest in policy development)
- NZ Army (all disciplines for Officers/Territorials)
- RNZAF (all disciplines for Officers/Territorials)
- RNZN (all disciplines for Officers/Territorials)
- Nutrimetics (Interview advice)
- NZ Police (all disciplines)
- NZ Post (all management majors, plus all those interested in the Post Development Programme)
- Retail World Resourcing (all disciplines, they recruit from shop front level right through to CEO level and everything in between!)
- State Services Commission (all disciplines)
- Statistics NZ (Maths, Stats, IT, Economics, general Management and Arts/Social Sciences – yes, they have a wide range of roles on offer!)
- Student Job Search (Part time work/FutureGrad)
- Vodafone (Management/IT)
- VSA (all disciplines)
- Waikato Engineering Careers Association
- University of Waikato Careers, Alumni, Scholarships, PostGrad, Study abroad, and student recruitment advisors.
Avoid missing out by making poor assumptions - make sure you talk to everyone!
If you have any questions or comments contact the Careers Centre:
Website: http://www.waikato.ac.nz/sasd/careers/cf2004.shtml <http://www.waikato.ac.nz/sasd/careers/cf2003.shtml>
Phone: 07 838 4466 ext 6622
Remember, www.jobs4grads.net <file://www.jobs4grads.net> is the major Graduate Recruitment website for New Zealand Universities.
Room: G.10 "The Cowshed"
The University of Waikato
Private Bag 3105, Hamilton
07 838 4466 ext 6622
> The University of Auckland Careers Fairs will be held this Wednesday and
> Thursday in the Engineering School Atrium, 20 Symonds St, Auckland.
> Day One (5th) is for employers of Engineering Graduates.
> Day Two (6th) is for employers of all other disciplines.
> Employers include State Services Commission, Ministry of Education (Policy
> and Teach NZ), ANZ Bank (all disciplines), BDO Spicers (Accounting and
> Finance), NZ Post (all disciplines), and so on.
> Log in to www.jobs4grads.net and check the Events menus to get the full