Virtual Career Fair

Start to explore your career opportunities – virtually!

In Semester 2, 2020 we’re bringing you a number of virtual events to help you prepare for graduate employment. Explore your opportunities, network, and learn more about the career paths and future work prospects available to you.

About Virtual Career Events

What is a virtual career fair?

A virtual fair works like a face-to-face fair except that ‘booths’ are replaced with unique video call rooms for each employer.

How does it work?

  • Virtual fairs will be hosted on various platforms. Please refer to the information speicifc to each fair to find out how to access the event.
  • Prior to the event, you can review employers and avaiable sessions to help you decide which sessions to attend.

How do I prepare?

  • Review the list of the participating employers prior to the event
  • Come prepared; research employers; decide which ones you want to meet and prepare a few questions to ask.

Career Connect | 13 August 10am-3pm

Career Connect aims to create meaningful connections between employers and students, with presentations and networking events from both Australian and International graduate employers. All ANU students are invited to join us from 10am- 3pm on Thursday 13th August. Download the event app to view the 60+ employers that want to engage with you!  


Diversity & Inclusion Careers Fair | 20 August 11am-2pm

ANU is collaborating with GradAustralia, the University of Queensland and nearly 20 other Australian universities to bring you the Diversity & Inclusion Careers Fair, which will be held on Thursday the 20th of August 2020 between 11 am to 2 pm AEST / 1 pm to 3 pm AWST.

This fair is all about connecting students with employers who embrace diversity and have concrete practices to support inclusion in the workplace.

When the fair is live, you’ll be able to meet representatives from participating employers in their own video booths.

Please note, this fair is being run in collaboration with GradAustralia and several other universities. When you join a video booth, you’ll see students from those universities attending as well.

Find out more at

Pathways to Employability | 26 August – 30 September

Pathways to Employability (P2E) is an event series brought to you by the Australian Catholic University, the Australian National University, Macquarie University, the National Disability Coordination Officer Program, and the University of Queensland.

P2E is open to all university students with disability and/or chronic health condition. The aim of the P2E series is to provide students with information, knowledge and career development strategies to undertake successful transitions from university to meaningful employment.

The Pathways to Employability Online Series will commence from Wednesday 26 August with the following schedule:

  • Week 1: Wednesday 26 August – Top Tips from University Careers Services (video resource)
  • Week 2: Wednesday 2 September – University Specialist Employment Partnerships (video resource)
  • Week 3: Wednesday 9 September – Employer and Employee panel Q&A (live webinar)
  • Week 4: Wednesday 16 September – Sharing information about your mental health (video resource)
  • Week 5: Wednesday 23 September – Specialisterne (live webinar)
  • Week 6: Wednesday 30 September – Online Careers Fair (live event).

Register at:

If you require assistance to complete the registration or have any questions, please email Jacqui and Rob at 

Australian Crisis Simulation Summit | 16 September 2pm-5pm

All ANU students are invited to participate in the virtual careers event on Wednesday 16 September 2020 from 2pm to 5pm AEST. From 14 – 18 September 2020, 60 of Australia’s future national security leaders will connect online for a virtual five-day national security summit. The program will centre around three intense, realistic and challenging crisis simulations. It will also include a national security careers and networking day, and televised, interactive panel discussions with the people and institutions who play a key role in shaping national security discourse in Australia. During the careers event, students will have the chance to meet with organisations that play a vital role in our national and international security. Michael Emery, Director, Division for Human Resources Management at IOM, UN Migration, will be giving the keynote address for the careers day.

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