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We had lots of new and returning students join us this month from 24 different countries…
Photography students submit their photos from their O’Reilly’s Rainforest excursion to our Photography Competition! The photos entered were presented to our administration team who voted for their favourites! It was very close with lost of photos getting a vote but the one that stood out the most was by Fabiana Lemos! Well done Fabiana, and every student that entered! We know it’s not always easy to show your work especially when you’re still learning the skills.
To see all the photos entered to the competition visit click here
Fitness students compete in our very first EE Games at Conquer HQ!
In groups, students worked together to gather points competing in both practical and theory tasks. Well done to our winning team; Andrea, Victoria, Ruben, and Manuel. And a big thank you to our Fitness mentors, Marco and Landon, for putting it all together!
Get your practice in, our ping pong tournament (with pizza!) is back!
We battle it out for the awesome prize of an indoor skydiving experience at iFly, feast on delicious dominos pizza, and have some laughs!
First 8 people sign up get entered into the competition. Sign up at reception.
Photography students get hands on with some old school techniques with the black and white film processing workshop!
Mentors Mark and Paul bring in their film cameras and processing equipment, showcasing how it’s done and giving students the opportunity to practice it for themselves.
After taking photos on the film cameras (and digital cameras to compare) they used their make-shift dark room and processing solutions to process the negatives!
Keep an eye on our socials for photos and videos of the workshop
Who doesn’t love a free festival? And right in the heart of the Gold Coast. There will be music from awesome bands and artists, as well as some of the best skaters around showing off their skills
For more information and links to the festival program click here
When: 1st – 3rd September
Swell is back featuring creative sculptures from a variety of different artists displayed on and around Currumbin Beach.Wander through installations, listen to live music, or get involved in masterclass workshops.
For more info click here.
When: 8th – 17th September
Location: Currumbin Beach
image source: https://www.swellsculpture.com.au/
Throughout September we will be raising awareness for R U OK? Day which focused on mental health and suicide awareness. This cause helps to us to check in on our loved ones and gives us tools and advice on what to say and do.
On 14th September we will be getting together to being focus to R U OK? Day
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: My friends say I don’t stop talking after few drinks
Fave cuisine: Greek and Middle Eastern food are my favorites
Fave pastime/hobby: I like playing guitar, swimming, and nature walks
Job role & how Rahul can help you: To discuss any facet of business development, including human resources, operations, marketing, finance, advertising, corporate sustainability, or even project management, feel free to drop by and introduce yourself.
I have a postgraduate degree in management and have experience working with multinational corporations. Just a few examples are Griffith University, QT International, Warner Bros. theme parks, and Royal Caribbean cruise lines
Fun fact: I have a vivid imagination that takes me across the multiverse, and I use this creative thinking to write novels
Fave cuisine: Are loaded jacket potatoes a cuisine?
Fave pastime/hobby: I enjoy listening to film scores, video game soundtracks and many genres of music
Job role & how Jasmine can help you: I have been in various roles at EE; starting out at Reception, into Administration / Student Services, and now in Accounts. I can assist students and agents in their journey from enrolment to completion.
This month’s Student Spotlight goes to Alfred Kenneth Fevidal Ramos – Diploma of Leadership and Management (Class 2)
“Alfred is always participating enthusiastically in class and group activities with other students.
Great work Alfred! Please keep an eye out in your emails for your prize.
Job Board Stats:
We have started to include new Junior roles on the Job Board within areas such Marketing, Sales and Warehouse Logistics. Please let us know in the suggestion box if there is an industry you want to see jobs in.
Over 4 weeks in August we promoted 320+ jobs, over 12 different industries: Fitness, Hospitality, Marketing, Retail, Trades, Customer Service, Office Support, Sales, Cleaning Services, Photography, Tourism, Graphic Design, Logistics and Animal Care.
720+ 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
A brand by Diploma of Leadership and Management student; Gabriele Vaineikyte
City Otter is a brand focusing on pedestrians’ safety by offering handmade reflective scrunchies.
Check out City Otter’s instagram page here
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.