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Featured resource: Career story – Networking and microcommunities

This week, EmployABILITY thinking turns its attention to the importance of Networking and micro-communities, using a remarkable story from our Career Story series.

In this story, renowned Australian artist Graham Hay talks about his career journey and his specialisation in paper clay. Graham brings to light the importance of creating and nurturing networks and he shares a candid account of building a successful career in the arts.

The resource engages students in employABILITY thinking by asking them to reflect on what they have learned in their degrees and elsewhere and challenging them to leverage their experiences and connect with communities in their discipline. At the back of the resource is more information together with sample reflective questions.

Networking and microcommunities is most effective if students have first created a personalised employABILITY profile as part of the 6-step Developing EmployABILITY process.

EmployABILITY thinking resources are free to all members of the Developing EmployABILITY community. To become a member, register here.

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