The UWA Careers Centre helps students and recent graduates with career decision making, employability skills, labour market awareness and industry engagement. Find out about internships, practice interview skills, and use the resume and LinkedIn checkers!
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) activities give the chance to gain industry knowledge, develop work-ready skills and create lasting networks with industry professionals.
The Careers and Employability Award is a practical-based program in which you'll gain hands-on experience, skills and knowledge to get you career-ready for the future.
Career Mentor Link matches you with an industry professional, giving you the opportunity to benefit from the knowledge and career experience of your mentor.
See thousands of opportunities from employers all in one place on UniHub, including graduate employment, vacation employment, part-time and casual employment, internships, scholarships, work experience and volunteering opportunities.
Take on an internship with one of 300+ organisations to engage in real work, develop valuable transferable skills and create connections. The McCusker Centre for Citizenship will pair you with a community, not-for-profit, government or business organisation, with possible credit going towards your degree.
Volunteering is a great way to meet good people and do good things for awesome non-profit organisations. With drop-in, ongoing, and excursion opportunities all run through Guild Volunteering, there’s something to suit everyone - no matter where your interests lie.
Venture is the Guild’s student-run organisation developing students’ enterprise and innovation skills to build future-proof careers, resilient to the rapidly changing economy.
Featuring UWA’s first on-campus incubator!
Bloom is a creative lab dedicated to boosting startups. Apply for Bloom’s Launchpad program in second-year, a one-semester unit that counts towards your degree, and gain the business skills and connections needed to share your vision with the world.