Industry and employers
Curtin has mutually beneficial partnerships with local and global industry, with a range of programs and initiatives on offer. See our existing partnerships, or read on for how you can get involved with us.
Services for employers and recruiters
We offer a number of events and services throughout the year that can connect qualified, workplace-ready candidates with your organisation. Our services include:
- Recruitment, including access to advertising, facilities, personalised sourcing, and our Global Careers website
- Careers fairs and events
- Work experience placements
Our Careers, Employment & Leadership team will work closely with you to identify your needs and reach your desired audience through free and fee-based packages. We offer support for small businesses through to large organisations, including government and not-for-profit.
Contact us at +61 8 9266 5627 or email@example.com to discuss recruitment opportunities for your organisation.
Our partnerships with industry provide students with real-world learning opportunities, creating mutually beneficial outcomes for all. Learn how your industry can get involved with our work-integrated learning.
Collaborate with Curtin’s researchers to solve industry problems through our research, consultancy, investment and commercialisation programs.
If you are interested in mentoring, we can connect you to students working towards a career in the same industry. Mentoring can enhance your leadership, communication and coaching skills while providing students with valuable industry insights, opportunities and network connections. Become an industry mentor.
Give to Curtin
We have a range of philanthropic initiatives helping individuals to reach their potential. Find a program or project close to your heart and see how you can help change lives.
Support our students with autism
The Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program (CSMP) is designed for students on the autism spectrum. CSMP links students with experienced student mentors who can help them navigate university life and gain confidence, independence and self-advocacy during their time at Curtin.
Norton Gold Fields has been a strong supporter of the program and played an important role in setting up the common room on Curtin’s Bentley Campus.
If you or your organisation would also like to support the program and help students with autism reach their academic, employment and personal goals, contact the CSMP Program Managers at firstname.lastname@example.org.