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2000 Hours: Advice for a New Student Affairs Professional FREE eBOOK

It’s an exciting time to be living when powerful self-publishing tools allow anyone to easily become an author. I was excited when Sinclair P. Ceasar III reached out to me to solicit a contribution to a free eBook he was making, … 125 more words

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Developing Your Mining Career: an Interview with James Lachlan Miller

As part of the  “Developing Your Mining Career” program, a career development program delivered in partnership with AusIMM’s New Professionals Committee and Floreat Consulting Australia, we are publishing a series of interviews with mining professionals who are having outstanding careers. 474 more words

Career Progression

AusIMM and Floreat Consulting Australia Collaborate to Foster Career Success among Young Mining Professionals

AusIMM and Floreat Consulting Australia Collaborate to Foster Career Success among Young Mining Professionals

Young professionals working in the resources sector are set to benefit from a new suite of career development tools made available through AusIMM’s latest career development program. 575 more words

Career Progression

Fraud, Charity and the Status of Professionals

Our project covers a wide variety of occupations, one of the key questions is how newer, potentially professional, occupations compared to the older ‘traditional’ professions of the law, church and medicine. 993 more words

New Professionals

Gerard Lee Bevan: fraud, fist fights and rum.

In further investigating the history of the Bevan family, I have come across the case of Gerard Lee Bevan (1870-1936). He was the grandson of one of the professionals in our sample: Robert Cooper Lee Bevan. 1,061 more words

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Top tips: Applying for a job - From searching to settling in

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Starting your job search:

  • Consider what you want: Is there a specific sector you want to work in? Are you able to work part-time or cover maternity leave?
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#MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge: Get Some Junk in Your Trunk!

This post is part of a 5 week #MusicTherapyBlogger challenge. Learn more and join the movement by visiting Serenade Designs!

Challenge #1: Think and write about a question you hear a lot in your work. 482 more words

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