Empowering Cromwell College Students for Employability
At Cromwell College, we are committed to providing our students with exceptional academic support that goes beyond the traditional classroom.
On Wednesday morning, some of our Bachelor of Business students attended an Academic Discussion with Caitlin Dorrough, Business Consultant at Ernst & Young (and ex-Cromwell resident). Caitlin completed her Bachelor of Economics at the University of Queensland in 2022 and provided practical advice on the process of applying for internships, the benefits of networking, and how involving yourself in varied experiences will improve your CV for employment success.
Uniquely for Cromwell Students, these Academic Discussions give our students a unique edge, empowering them with additional knowledge that will help pave their way for career success.
Many of the skills that Caitlin developed at Cromwell as a Resident Assistant and Vice President of the Students’ Association have been very beneficial in enabling her to obtain a job in a very competitive market.
While living on campus at Cromwell College offers numerous benefits such as a strong sense of community, instant friendships, housing security and wholesome pastoral care, it’s the exceptional academic support like these Academic Discussions with real-world leaders and professionals that truly have a positive impact on the future employability for our students. These opportunities empower our students to apply for jobs feeling confident, with the knowledge on how to be best prepared for interviews and successful careers ahead.