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Supporting Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
• October 2012 Newsletter •
In this issue
9. Contact us
Registrations are still available for the Annual Conference at Deakin, Geelong, commencing on October 31.
Late fees apply from October 25.
See the full program.
They are places our 2012 ACEN scholarships have our students.
Teaching in Kulin, nursing in Port Lincoln and Ngangers Bangers - read what the 2012 student scholarship winners have done on their WIL placement.
The AGM will be held on November 1, 2012 at 12.30pm at Deakin University during the ACEN National Conference.
Members and friends welcome.
(Only members are eligible to vote. You must be either an individual member or on the staff at a member university and be registered as a member.)
Wednesday 14 November 2012, 10am to 12noon.
Flinders University, City Campus, Adelaide
The Team is busy finalising the draft WIL Leadership framework, ready to go to ACEN members for their input in Geelong. You are very warmly invited to contribute your expertise to this resource, for the benefit of future leaders of WIL.
Do come along to the WIL Leadership Forum at the ACEN conference, if you are attending.
Thanks to a huge effort from the Project Team and Reference Group, the project's major survey has been launched to students in selected subjects in our participating universities. From the Leads, Calvin, Leoni and Sonia, and from Project Manager Pat, a very warm thanks to those who contributed their time, effort and expertise, namely, Jan Orrell, Stephen Billett, Mantz Yorke, Deb Peach, Carol-joy Patrick, Jude Smith, Freny Tayebjee, Franziska Trede, Theresa Winchester-Seeto, Kylie Twyford, Karen Young, Gerlese Akerlind and Loan Dao, Megan Le Clus, David Jorgensen, Jay Hays and Mike Clements, and Lillian Lao.
After the close of nominations the new ACEN National Executive for 2012-13 is
“Career Development for the Future: Connecting, Contributing, Influencing”
2nd-5th December, Perth, Western Australia
Join us for four exciting days of networking, collaboration and knowledge sharing with professionals with an interest in the career development of students from the education, business, industry, government, employment and community service sectors in attendance.
The conference program has been developed to include:
The National Association for Graduate Career Advisory Services (NAGCAS) is the leading national association for careers services in tertiary education. We service people who work in careers advice and counselling, careers education and planning, graduate employment assistance or recruitment.
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