Have you ever applied for a job, hoping to get that face-to-face interview for your next big career break, but receive a phone call instead? Did you ever find this hurdle daunting especially when you receive this call when you least expect it?
It has become a rising trend for recruiters...
What were you doing before you joined the Navitas Professional's program
Before joining the Navitas Professional Year Program (PYP), my everyday routine was browsing job search websites and sending out my resume, with no hope of getting any response.
In February, our Navitas Professional Careers & Internships students had the opportunity to meet and learn from Senior Audit Accountant, Lauren De Koning, of KPMG. Lauren De Koning survived the notorious challenge of making it through one of Australia’s ‘Big 4’ consulting firms’ graduate recruitment process.Read the full post+
Adelaide’s BT Transport & Logistics is in top gear despite the trying economic times, and management value the worth that Navitas Professional’s interns add to the company.Read the full post+
Working the sometimes complex realm of strata management and juggling personalities against outcomes, provides the perfect dynamic environment for Ace Body Corporate to host Navitas Professional interns. The mother and son team of Florina and Tyson D’Sylva manage the national body’s Adelaide CBD franchise.Read the full post+
A Sydney based environmental and geotechnical engineering company has been providing unique opportunities for Navitas Professional students to gain engineering experience and develop the soft and technical skills to increase their employability. A. D.Read the full post+
The Australian Rail Track Corporation has headed down the path of trialling their first Navitas Professional intern, and is delighted at the results.Read the full post+
The City of Burnside lists a number of reasons why it takes Navitas’ young professionals on three-month internships, among which is staff development.Read the full post+