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Survey – What has study been like during COVID-19? 

The National Disability Coordination Officer Program is inviting students with disability to take part in a short 5-10 minute survey to better understand the experiences of study during COVID-19. Participation in the survey is voluntary and will remain anonymous.

Your feedback is important as it will help to develop tools to support students with disability in the online learning environment.

To go in the draw to win 1 of 5 $100 vouchers, please complete the survey before Friday 30 October at this link:


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PACE Mentoring Program 

The Positive Action Towards Career Engagement (PACE) Mentoring Program connects students and jobseekers with disability with experienced mentors from Australian leading businesses.

  • 16 week program running twice per year- April - August and August- November 
  • Meet approximately every 2 weeks setting goals and desired outcomes
  • Discuss experiences, skills, and career pathways
  • Reviewing resumes and cover letters
  • Practice interviews
  • Networking with other professionals
  • Building confidence
  • Understanding key strengths and abilities

Spring 2020 Adelaide Program mentors participating from ANZ and Bendigo and Adelaide Bank from areas including: HR, management, banking and financial services, and recruitment.  

Find out more about how to apply here