28. August 2019 - 16:00 till 18:30
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Student Connect @ The Capital - Student Registration | The Capital (Level 2) | Wednesday, 28. August 2019

If you’re looking to connect with some of Brisbane’s most innovative businesses to find paid work experience relevant to your studies, don’t miss this fast-paced, efficient and fun event. 
Ribit and Study Brisbane are excited to announce the third Student Connect @ The Capital, Brisbane on August 28.  
This highly productive speed-networking event connects keen and clever students with startups and innovative businesses for paid work opportunities.
This event is an opportunity for students with digital STEM, business, marketing, admin and creative skills to meet innovative businesses including startups, government agencies and corporates. It doesn’t matter what you’re studying - if you have the digital skills and the right aptitude that businesses want, this is for you.
3 great reasons why you should attend:

Find a great job to support you while you study

Learn how to network professionally

Meet potential employers and boost your career opportunities

This event is open to students from universities, TAFE and accredited colleges. 

4:00PM Student and employer Check-in
4:10PM Interview skills workshop for students
4:30PM Welcome from Study Brisbane & Ribit
4:45PM Employer 30-second pitches & mentor introductions
5:00PM Speed interviews (12 x 5 min rounds)
6:00PM Informal networking over refreshments
6:30PM Event ends

This is a free event. However, registration and acceptance to participate are essential. We will shortlist and send out acceptance notifications prior to the event. 
“A fantastic opportunity to network with innovative startups and corporations! Ribit opened the door, facilitating introductions that made it possible to find out what employers are looking for, seek out new opportunities with industry professionals and become career-ready with access to mentors.” - Tesree, final-year Communications Student and Ribit event attendee. 
Brought to you by Brisbane Marketing’s Study Brisbane and CSIRO Data61’s Ribit.