Wednesday 5 December 2018 | 12.00pm - 2.00pm | Sydney Startup Hub Formal event begins at 12.30 sharp
Students Online registrations are now closed for students. Employers Online registrations are closed but there are still a few places. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
At CSIRO’s Data61 jobs matching platform - Ribit.net - we are busier than ever connecting students to exciting new job opportunities in the lead-up to the summer break and we are very excited to launch Fintern Fever Summer just in time - our sixth event with Australia’s leading fintech hub Stone & Chalk.
Come along to our speed networking for jobs event aimed at connecting talented tertiary students looking for internships, part-time jobs and entry-level graduate roles to short-term projects, paid internships, casual jobs, part-time and full-time graduate roles, in fields spanning STEM, digital, business & marketing, research design and more!
IF YOU’RE A STUDENT with skills or background in programming, technology, marketing, creative, business or administration, these two hours could open up incredible new opportunities for you.
At the event you will get:
Here’s a range of roles Ribit have helped to fill: business trainee, machine learning trainee, junior programmer, investment forecaster, blockchain recruit, apps developer, junior product manager, QA software tester and bug fixer, community manager, events manager, content creator, digital marketer, customer support liaison, actuarial, analyst, UX/ UI designer...and more.
Stone & Chalk employers are looking for students with skills sets and interest in learning about working in the following core focus sectors:'
IF YOU’RE AN EMPLOYER looking for top emerging student talent from all universities and tertiary institutions in Sydney and around Australia, then don’t miss this.
At the event you will get:
Our statistics show that around half the businesses who participate find suitable students via Ribit.
This event is open to Stone & Chalk community only.
We asked past Stone & Chalk participants why they attended:
Registrations have closed.
Julian Blair, Computer Science, UNSW Then: Internship @ FundX, Stone & Chalk Now: Software Developer @ Microsoft Seattle
“I got a very well-rounded experience working at FundX. In fact I’d say this is one of the major benefits of interning at a startup versus an established company. ...You get a chance to be involved with all aspects of the design and build from the ground up...I’m certain my experience working at FundX through Ribit is one of the reasons I was able to get accepted into Microsoft .”
Free, however registration and profile completion on Ribit is necessary.
This event is in partnership with Stone & Chalk
This event is open students from all universities, TAFE and accredited private colleges.