Gain insight into the opportunities both personal and professional that working in a rural or remote area can offer a graduate. We will be joined by an esteemed panel of industry professionals who will share their insights into living and working in a rural or remote setting.

Attendees at this interactive session will learn about the rewards and challenges of rural working.

Panelists include:

  • Mr Geoff Argus, Director, Southern Queensland Rural Health
  • Mr Tony Goode, Workforce Strategy Executive, Local Government Association of Queensland
  • Mr Matthew Heskett, Manager Skills and Education, Queensland Minderals and Energy Academy
  • Ms Philipa Woodhill, Director, Rural Leaders

Current students will also be participating including Rhys Thomas, President, Regional, Rural and Remote Club.

Registrations essential.

Venue

Building 21C
St Lucia campus
Room: 
Innes Room

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