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PACE Community of Practice – Designing WIL to Enhance Student Employability and Graduate Employment Prospects

April 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Thursday, April 20
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Event Category:


E3A 166


Anna Rowe
9850 1937


Who can attend?
This even is open to anyone with an interest in PACE.
What should I bring?
Feel free to bring along your own lunch.
Your facilitator(s)
Associate Professor Denise Jackson, Edith Cowan University, WA

This seminar will discuss how WIL can enhance key elements of student employability, more specifically professional identity and skills in career self-management. It will explore how WIL can be designed to enable students to develop a ‘sense of being a professional’, in addition to helping them understand their career aspirations and the various pathways to achieving them.  There will also be a review of recent empirical research, using Australian Graduate Survey data, on the influence of WIL on employment and underemployment among recent graduates.

The seminar will be facilitated by Associate Professor Denise Jackson, a visiting scholar from Edith Cowan University and leading researcher in employability and work-integrated learning.

Written by Lauren Bacigalupo

Lauren Bacigalupo

Lauren is an Events and Project Officer in the Learning Innovation Hub. She is passionate about many things, including clothes, documentaries, sewing and her dog Maggie. When she grows up she would like to be the next Louis Theroux.