Category: Graduate Employment

Recruiting people with disability: advice for graduate recruiters.

About graduates with disability Large, progressive companies are proactively recruiting people with with disability to their workforces through graduate programs. Graduates with disability represent an ever growing pool of talented applicants coming through Australian universities. A 2018 analysis by the

Graduate story: Dyslexia and the job interview

We first met Rachel late 2017 as a final year student when she came to visit one of the USEP consultants for some ideas and support about the jump into graduate work.  With a great attitude and a real desire

Graduate Story: Building disclosure confidence, getting the job.

One of our fantastic graduates who has accessed career support through USEP consultant Natalie from Mylestones Employment responded to some questions, providing insight into her journey toward a graduate career. What was your field of study & why? I studied

Studying & working with a mental health condition: Q&A

David, one of the National Disability Coordination Officers working on the USEP project sat down recently with Sally*, who is a fourth-year university student to chat about her life living, studying & working with a mental health condition. David: What

Improving Employment Outcomes for Graduates with Disability

Sam Flood, a recent University of Tasmania Pharmacy graduate, with above average marks, and a real commitment and passion to work in the pharmaceutical industry was reasonably optimistic about his chances of securing employment late last year. However, eight months

Window of opportunity: NDIA Graduate applications now open!

We’re excited to see the NDIA’s graduate program is rolling and ready to accept applications now.  If you are University student wanting to add to the diversity and talent pool at the NDIA, we encourage you to consider working at