Jun 23Rohingya: Rights and Reality
A photographic exhibition, film screening, and Question and Answer session at the State Library of NSW
Jun 23Public Astronomy Night June 23
Includes presentation, short 3D movie, tour of the dome and viewing of the night sky through a range of telescopes (weather permitting).
Jun 25Applying for Work: Resume and Cover Letter workshop - Parramatta City Campus
This workshop will help you create and modify your resume and cover letter to give you the best chance of landing that job interview.
Jun 25Finding Work workshop - Hawkesbury campus
Are you currently searching for a new job, internship or work experience? This workshop will give you tips on how to find suitable opportunities.
Jun 26Applying for Work: Selection Criteria workshop - Bankstown
This workshop will give you the skills and knowledge to create a solid selection criteria and maximise your chances of landing an interview.
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21st June 2018
Thousands of CEOs across the country will sleep “rough” tonight to raise money for homelessness. But is one night of sleeping rough enough to truly empathise with those who do it every night? And are CEOs who take part in the Vinnies CEO Sleepout just doing it as a self-serving PR stunt?
21st June 2018
Biruk Bagole is a talented sportsman, Arsenal fan, and hopes one day be a physiotherapist so he can work in an Ethiopian hospital and make a difference – he also happens to be a refugee.
20th June 2018Refugee Week student profile: Resilience and persistence the key to success for asylum seeker student
Daniel Bennet can speak three languages, volunteers at the Royal North Shore Hospital, is studying for his second degree and has more than a decade experience in the banking sector – he also happens to be an asylum seeker.
19th June 2018Refugee Week student profile: From darkness to light, art and education: an asylum seeker student’s journey
Parastoo Bahrami can speak three languages, is a talented artist, a mother, and a Western student dedicated to becoming a teacher – she also happens to be an asylum seeker.
19th June 2018
Arash Bordbar is a talented student who is passionate about engineering, especially engineering projects that help others – he also happens to be a refugee.
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