Resolving conflicts with your employer comes with being a working adult but it’s a skill that not all students will come readily equipped with. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Chiu Tzu-han, Zhou Panjingyu and Deng Hanle guide you on how best to raise concerns and issues with boss and explain why it’s important to do so.
Just because you’ve studied this one degree doesn’t mean that’s the industry you’ll work in for the rest of your life. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Jade Han, Isaiah Lyu and Ada Li talk about the alternative paths you may go
Meld continues its Talk and Tour series with the Foundation for Young Australians. Alain Nguyen has all the details on how you can go behind the scenes of this innovative non-profit working to empower young people and social enterprise.
Being rejected from a job can be a good thing. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Ruby Chow, Bobby Bao, andZoe Zhou explain why.
Want to network like an international diplomat? Learn how you can get an edge in your career by attending our ‘Business Etiquette Skills Masterclass’ and learn what it takes to properly conduct yourself around your peers. Yasmin Khushairi has more.
Whether you’re looking to get a new job, add creativity in your life or want to refine your current skills, there’s always a workshop or a short course you can take to get what you want. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Chloe Letessier and Jessica Fan are here to help with their recommendations for classes for those looking to upskill.
Hear from past international students and learn what life in the Australian workforce is like after you graduate from university. Yasmin Khushairi has the details on Meld’s International Student Career Panel.
Not sure where to start when it comes to networking in Australia? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Shuyi ‘Doris’ Dong, Manting ‘Morille’ Shen and Daixin ‘Carin’ He investigate.
Meld Magazine is pleased to be working with City of Melbourne to offer students a chance to go behind the scenes of Library at the Dock and learn all about community building.
International students have even more exciting opportunities for local work experience thanks to the LIVE Projects. How can you benefit? Samantha Chew has the report.
Create a business pitch like a BOSS. Tips from The FRANK Team CEO Natasha Munasinghe.
The launch of co-working space, Outcome-Hub promises to bring international students and graduates new opportunities to find an internship, network and start their own business.