Health Science and Public Health Careers Expo
AUG 12Monday, 12 August 2019, 10.00 am - 2.00 pm
1PSQ, Level 9
Parramatta City Campus
The Health Science & Public Health Careers expo will connect students from Bachelor of Health Science, Master of Health Science and Master of Public Health with health service employers across the public and private sectors that are looking to promote current and future employment opportunities, as well as internships and volunteer programs. The program will also include keynote speakers and both alumni and expert panels.
You can expect to see employers that recruit for positions in Public Health, Health Services Management, Health Promotion, Occupational Health and Safety, Aged Care Management and Therapeutic Recreation.
At the event, you will:
- Connect with employers across a range of roles, deepen your industry insight and hear about current and upcoming opportunities
- Gain a personalised career direction for the remainder of your studies and into your early years after graduating
- Ask any career related question you may have at one of the panels
- Hear from keynote speakers and WSU alumni about their journey to success
Information for Students
Information for Employers
Student event time
What's on the program?
Find out how to impress employers and get the most out of the expo with our cheat sheet (opens in a new window).
Organisations attending can be found on the right hand side of the CareerHub events page.
Prepare your elevator pitch (opens in a new window) or find out how to start a conversation with employers (opens in a new window).
Employer exhibition time
Registration (prices include GST)
*Sponsorship packages are also available. Please get in touch with Karin to find out more.
Promote employment opportunities to students and increase awareness of your organisation among both students, academics and staff.
Find out more
Registration is through CareerHub. Use your Student ID and Western password to register.
Registration is through CareerHub. If you are not registered on CareerHub, please contact Careers.
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