We can assist employers and industry professionals to connect with our students. As experienced professionals, you can also help us educate and orientate our students to industries relevant to their careers.
Participate in careers fairs, become a mentor, attend a networking event or sponsor an event. These opportunities to engage can help you generate brand awareness, communicate directly to students and at the same time, you are helping to up-skill the future.
Gain exposure for your brand through activities like careers fairs and information sessions.
Engage directly with students and promote your organisation's opportunities and messages.
Help develop and guide the talent of tomorrow by mentoring and hosting mock-interviews.
Attend our Career Week and Career Expo at Saigon South Campus or Hanoi Campus and meet hundreds of students and recent graduates from a wide range of programs. A whole host of activities are organised for you to participate in.
Industry representatives can meet and speak with prospective internship students and/or recent graduates to discuss networking tips, market trends and employment prospects. Join us at our next networking event to meet RMIT students and graduates.
The Career Mentoring Program is an opportunity for successful, experienced professionals like yourself, to provide students with advice and insights into the realities of your industry. Help develop and support the future generation of talent.
Sponsoring our events allows you to show your support in Career Development in general and to get your name out to a wider community. Significant events for sponsoring are: Career Week, Networking Events, etc.
If your company has a recruitment program, whether it is an internship program, a management trainee program, a training program, or a fresh graduate recruitment program, we can support with posting the information on the campus notice boards or on our online channels.
We are open to your suggestions, a partnership with RMIT could be just what your business or enterprise needs. Get in touch to start the conversation.
“A mentor knows about current industry trends and can provide support when you’re lacking clarity. Students can then feel the excitement and know about real-life challenges. It helps them to be mentally prepared,”
Duc Nguyen, InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG)