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Painting & Decorating students will be learning to erect and dismantle scaffolding at Shed 101 this month. Working together, they will build a safe and sturdy L-shaped platform where they can work safely at a height.
EE brings you our very own EE Games – Anatomy and Physiology Edition!
Fitness students are taking a trip to Conquer HQ to compete in our first EE Games. Students will work in teams using their knowledge on anatomy and physiology to compete for our EE prizes!
When: Tuesday 1st August
BLEACH* Festival, the Gold Coast’s biggest celebration of art, immersive performance, food and live music, returns to transform the city into a culture-soaked playground.
For more information and links to the festival program click here
When: 3rd-13th August
image source: https://www.familiesmagazine.com.au/event/bleach-festival/
Salsa dancing is a great way to get active, meet new people and learn some new moves.
No partner? No problem! You just need to show up! This free class caters for beginners to advanced dancers, no bookings required. Get ready to shimmy and shake your troubles away.
For more info click here.
When: Sunday 13th August, 3pm – 6pm
Location: Broadwater Parklands
content source: https://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/Things-to-do/Gold-Coast-Events-Calendar/Salsa-in-the-Park-17
What better way to spend your Sunday than out in the sun browsing stalls, listening to live music on the grass, and sipping coffee!
The Village Markets have some of the best stalls from local businesses, including clothing, gifts, jewellery, food and coffee vans…and there are always lots of doggos to pet!
When: 6th August from 8:30am
Tip: get in early to get a parking spot!
image source: https://www.thevillagemarkets.co/
This workshop is designed to give students advice on how to set out their resume to apply for jobs on the Gold Coast. All new and current students are welcome to attend!
We know finding suitable accommodation can be a challenge for international students at this time of year. Austrade publishes a range of tools and resources on the Study Australia website on accommodation options within Australia including:
Costs of accommodation will vary depending on your chosen state, city, and type of accommodation. The cost of living calculator on the Study Australia website helps students calculate their expenses.
Do you have a suggestion on an event, workshop, social or anything else you would like to see at the school? Leave us a comment…
Fun fact: I organised a group of friends to run this year’s 21km Gold Coast Marathon
Fave cuisine: All fresh Seafood
Nationality: Australian, Danish
Fave pastime/hobby: Playing Rugby League when I was younger
Job role & how Warren can help you: I am a Business & Leadership student mentor at EE. As part of my role, I provide students support and advice when it’s needed as well as delivering the course content.
Fun fact: I studied Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management here at Entrepreneur Education
Fave cuisine: No, it is not Brazilian food! Here in Australia, I found out that I love Thai and Indian food. And I always loved Japanese and Italian as well
Fave pastime/hobby: Going to the beach
Job role & how Nan can help you: I am one of the Administration/Student Services Officers at EE. My job role is diverse, and I am involved in several processes. I am able to help students and mentors and I am known as the ‘Canvas Whizz’ within the team.
This month’s Student Spotlight goes to Sadhbh Corish – Diploma of Project Management
“Sadhbh is always participating in class and willing to give it a shot whenever a question is asked to the class. She is determined to learn as much as she can in the class and will always ask questions relevant to her workplace or working in Project Management. Sadhbh will often give examples from her own experience to share with the class which helps us all to understand the content better. Sadhbh is a natural leader and quickly turns storming group work into performing group work in class.”
Great work Sadhbh! Please keep an eye out in your emails for your prize.
Job Board Stats:
We have started to include casual jobs from other industries like Pet care and Cleaning Services on the Job Board and Junior positions within industries such as Marketing & Project Management. Please let us know in the suggestion box if there is an industry you want to see jobs in.
Over 4 weeks in July we promoted 331 jobs, over 12 different industries: Fitness, Graphic Design, Hospitality, Marketing, Retail, Cleaning, Photography, Trades, Customer Service, Warehouse and logistics, Pet Care, and Administration.
908+ clicks through to the job webpage.
Most popular industries and roles:
TIP: Keep an eye out in store windows for “Hiring/Looking for staff” signs at Pacific Fair, Robina Town Centre and Harbour Town.
Have you scored a job through our job board? Let us know in the ‘suggestion box’ above!
Each month we will be promoting a student’s own business. If you have a business you would like featured, please email Student Services
At Pedrina Clothing we have clothes for all the beautiful Latinas. Girls, do you miss the clothing from back home? Now… we are curvy, also tiny… we want clothes that fit our type of body, right? This is the reason my mamá Conchita and I created this brand. 2 Colombians behind the scenes, my mamá Conchita is in Colombia and she is in charge of all the product and logistics and me? My name is Catalina I am in charge of all the back-end details.
Our products? Well, our clothing is 100% LATIN, 100% COLOMBIAN, made by single mamás, provided by Uni students, transported by hard working dads, acquired by a mum and a daughter and finally wore by all the Pedri Customers that appreciate all its process ❤️ but hey, can you see how not only this benefits you and me, it also helps the economy growth in our countries, I find it as a way to give back! I haven’t abandoned my land no, no, no!
Want to check us out? Sure girlfriend! This is our socials @Pedrina_clothing
And the website pedrinaclothing-australia.square.site
See you there Bonita!
The Government has announced an end date to the full time work while studying. After the 30 June 2023, the number of hours a Student visa holder will be allowed to work will again be capped to 48 hours a fortnight. For more information please click here.