With Employers

Making it easy for employers to recruit at AUT

September 27, 2021

Getting ready for job interview a

The desire to bring the fresh ideas and energy of interns and graduates into an organisation can sometimes be dulled by the time consuming and fraught experience of recruitment.

However that experience is turning into a very positive one for employers using AUT talenthub, a tailored on-campus recruitment service that offers a free and straightforward way for employers to access AUT students and graduates.

Access AUT students through Employability & Careers

January 26, 2021

Graduation for AUT

AUT Employability and Careers services offer great opportunities to employers to recruit AUT students and graduates into internships and full time graduate roles.The team also welcomes employers onto campus to participate in events, get their brand in front of potential employees and offer industry insights through presentations and panels.

Employability Awards graduation celebrates huge success in difficult times

December 15, 2020

MYOB Shailan Patel presenting prize

Fulfilling academic study this year has been tough, yet 80 AUT Edge and Beyond Award students managed to also successfully complete their awards despite arduous times.

Studentforce - a novel response to unprecedented times

July 17, 2020

Studentforce answer to work prep

Challenge: Students need work experience yet organisations can’t afford to take extra staff on. Solution: AUT Studentforce. Post Covid 19 is a tough environment for final year students looking to enter the workplace. Many organisations are facing economic challenges and not able to offer part time work, internships or graduate roles in the foreseeable future. Yet - for many - now is the time they need an extra pair of hands for a project to help them through.

Buzzing Business, Economics and Law Fairs

March 17, 2020

Career Fair conversation in action

Busy, noisy and energising – the Business and Economics and Law Career Fairs last week were buzzing as students met employers and found out about job possibilities. Although some students find it difficult to approach organisations, career fairs are a great place to get in front of potential employers.

March Madness for Employability

March 3, 2020

Business and Career fair chatter

Employability and career opportunities are hot topics over March with three career fairs running within four weeks, along with multiple employer presentations and preparatory workshops for students. Employers come on campus to meet up with potential employees.

Having a purpose in your career

August 29, 2019

Jana Nee, Waipareira Trust social media lead

A role with purpose was the overarching theme of employers attending the Culture and Society showcase on campus at AUT mid August. Students were eager to hear about the career possibilities in public service, private and not for profit organisations, while organisations came looking to highlight what they did and the career paths they offered.

Do what you're afraid to do, says AUT Edge Award winner

August 23, 2019

AUT Edge Award overall winner Jackie Chan

The best way to overcome fear is to ‘do what you’re afraid to do’, says AUT student Jackie Chan, who received the AUT Edge Award Overall Achievement prize winner at the graduation ceremony late July, excelling in her leadership and volunteering work through the Award.

Law degrees offer many career options

August 21, 2019

Law Career Fair employer logos

AUT law graduate Dion Morley is delighted with his role as solicitor for Duncan Cotterill. But law firms are not the only career options for people with law degrees as indicated by the range of employers at the AUT Law Career Fair.

Volunteering is simply offering small acts of kindness

July 31, 2019

Happy AUT Edge Award winners

Priscilla Schwalger didn't see much point in volunteering before she started the AUT Edge Award. By the end she had clocked up over 110 volunteering hours (minimum requirement is 10) and is still volunteering - and loving it!