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    IBM Neurodiversity Program

    IBM Neurodiversity Program, Client Innovation Centre, Ballarat: Specialisterne Australia is currently seeking applications for employment with IBM offering a variety of both full-time and part-time roles.These roles involve various aspects of IT including Application Development and Testing roles.

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    ADCET Newsletter - February 2019

    Latest news, events, weblinks and articles.

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    Connect50: Internship program for regional Victoria

    Regional Victoria will benefit from a new internship project aimed at university and TAFE students with disability. Four Victorian regional communities,  Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong and Latrobe Valley, will benefit from a new employment project funded by the Victorian Government.

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    PACE Mentoring Program Autumn 2019

    Positive Action towards Career Engagement (PACE Mentoring) connects students and job-seekers with disability with mentors from leading Australian businesses. It gives students an opportunity to develop their skills and confidence in a workplace setting.  Student applications for the PACE Mentoring Program Autumn 2019 are now open! 

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    2019 Victoria STEMLabs February Program

    This FREE program is strictly limited to just 10 places and we are looking for some of Melbourne’s most inquisitive minds to participate in a fast-paced 3-week program where you will be applying your inquisitive and investigative mind to a series of technology-based activities using robotics kits in individual and small team challenges.

    Specifically, you will be designing, developing and programming LEGO Mindstorms robot innovations that will provide solutions to the challenge themes set by our facilitators. You will create detailed plans for your innovations describing the detail around how you designed, developed and programmed your robot innovation and create test documentation that will act as a user guide for your innovation.

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    Disability and Digital Media: Accessibility, Representation and Inclusion: Online course

    Disability and Digital Media, we will explore the relationship between digital technologies and disability in the Internet age. This self-paced 4 week course will start on February 4, 2019.

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    Sir Charles Bright Scholarship 2019

    Application are now open for the Sir Charles Bright Scholarship.  These scholarhips are awarded to students with a disability undertaking post-secondary education, whether at University, Technical and further Education or other recognised post-secondary educational institutions. The Trust has provided scholarships to over 300 students with disabilities.

    Application forms for scholarships are available annually from late October and the round closes at the end of January.

    Scholarships of $2000 are presented annually in February.

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    ADCET Newsletter - September 2018

    Latest news, events, weblinks and articles.

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    Recruiting Participants for Research Project disability and employment

    The Centre for Disability Research and Policy (CDRP) at the University Of Sydney is undertaking new research into the workplace experiences of people who develop a disability in the mid-career stage to build a better understanding of their experiences. With a large disability employment gap, we believe more can be done to support people stay in the workforce after developing disability.

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    Responses invited: Student Equity 2030 Discussion Paper

    The NCSEHE seeks contributions from key stakeholders in preparation of a strategic long-term vision for student equity in Australian higher education.

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