From mentoring to roundtables, explore how our volunteers enrich our students’ academic and career journeys through the gift of time.
Volunteering strengthens Sophie’s life and career
Volunteering through the Beijing Alumni Association has brought joy and new friendships into Sophie’s life and helped her connect with industry peers over her innovative designs.
Georgina is returning the support she received
Georgina Harvey can trace many of the crucial turning points in her career back to the support of her mentors. Today, she’s helping others like her through the Ask Alumni program.
Uplifting young alumni through mentoring
Dr Ginny Tong's career and volunteering amplifies young voices, and the Ask Alumni program is helping her empower more young people than ever before.
Passing down lessons in sustainable business
At the Business Leaders’ Breakfast, young alumni heard from globally recognised director and strategist Professor Rosemary Addis AM on how business practice can help shift the needle on climate change.
Mobilising mentoring with alumni support
Traditional mentoring has always helped students and professionals thrive in their careers. A new approach to mentoring supported by University alumni is having an even greater impact.
The legal mentoring program that raises the bar
There was never any doubt in Pinar Tat’s mind as to where she would end up. In fact, there was only ever one viable option.
The advantage of experience: shaping a career in engineering
Hotly anticipated and over-subscribed, it's not hard to see why the Career Roundtable is so enduringly popular.
Uniting global communities through volunteering
“Whatever setbacks you encounter, just keep moving on. These are merely stepping stones to success.”
Shaping futures through mentoring
Our dedicated mentoring community supports current and past students through career advice and industry insights. And for many, the experience can be transformative.
A voice of reason guides the way
Masters student Jemma McDougall believes she hit the jackpot when Nick Sher came into her life to offer guidance as a mentor.
Glenda (BDSc, 1981), a practising dentist and MDS alumna, is one of 300-plus clinicians who give their time to share their industry experience and knowledge with MDS students.
The power of mentoring: an interview with curator Professor Natalie King OAM
Professor Natalie King has been recognised for her 20-plus years spent mentoring other women, colleagues and First Nations peers working in the arts.